13 Of The Best Places To Get Your Brunch On In Houston
By DeAnna Taylor
The South runs brunch. Don’t debate us on that. So, when you visit Houston it’s only right that you explore the city’s food and brunch scene.
We’ve rounded up 13 places around H-Town that are said to cook up some of the most delicious dishes during brunch. Check them out next time you’re in the area.
Address: 3711 Travis Street
This Black-owned spot is one of Houston’s highest-ranked breakfast and brunch spots. From fish and grits to chicken and waffles, they have you covered.
Address: 3015 Bagby St.
Also Black-owned, Chef and Owner Don Bowie knows exactly how to do brunch and comfort food the right way.
Address: 2313 Edwards St. Ste. 100
Enjoy brunch with a view at this spot. They create some of the city’s best craft cocktails that will surely keep your dining experience lit.
Address: 5512 La Branch St.
Named after culinary icon Lucille Elizabeth Bishop Smith, this Museum District eatery puts it’s own spin on some of the classics while showcasing Ms. Lucille’s best recipes.
(5) La Lucha
Address: 1801 N Shepherd Dr #A
This restaurant is known for its seafood options, including its oysters. But, they also offer a great brunch too.
(6) Cupcake Kitchen
Address: 2533 Southmore Ste. D
Located in the historic third ward, you can count on this place for some of the most decent pancake and waffle dishes around. Can you say banana pudding waffles?
Address: 6502 Washington Ave.
Looking for the brunch turn up? This is where you want to go on Sunday. There is always a DJ playing the hits while you indulge and sip.
Address: 4310 Westheimer Rd.
The dishes at this Houston spot are worth your money. Everything is over the top, especially the chicken fried steak with gumbo gravy and fruity pebbles French toast.
(9) The Toasted Yolk
Address: Multiple locations
If you’re looking for the typical breakfast and brunch dishes in massive portions, then head to one of the locations around the city.
(10) Benjy’s Houston
Address: 2424 Dunstan
You can catch brunch on Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Be sure to order the French toast.
(11) Davis Street
Address: 5925 Almeda Rd. A
Chef Mark Holley has curated a menu inspired by the streets of New Orleans. You can catch brunch on Sunday from 11 to 3.
(12) State Fare
Address: 947 Gessner, Ste. B190
If you want pancakes that are bigger than the plate, then run to this Houston spot ASAP.
(13) Eggcellence Cafe
Address: 10001 Westheimer Rd. #2520
French toast, waffles, pancakes, and omelets. You’ll definitely find something on the menu to please your palate.
DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel blogger, author, and writer. While Charlotte, NC (her hometown) is her base, she's always somewhere on a plane. Catch her on IG: @brokeandabroadlife.