Hottest Brunch Spots in Houston

Better Breakfast Month

Limo rides aren’t just for nights out on the town. Make plans to upgrade your brunch game with a limo ride to one of the best places in Houston to enjoy eggs, bacon, mimosas and Blood Mary cocktails.


Brunch has skyrocketed in popularity over the last decade or so. Whether you view it as the perfect way to start a Saturday, a necessary recovery after a fun night out, or a perfect mid-morning family get-together, brunch has become a more indulgent meal that reflects larger social trends. If you’re into day drinking and killer breakfast food, brunch has you covered.


In celebration of Better Breakfast Month, here are some of the best spots with great menus and atmospheres for enjoying brunch in Houston:


1. Backstreet Café

1103 Shepherd Dr.
Make a reservation in advance for this bistro that offers amazing migas, brioche French toast and fresh-baked buttermilk biscuits.


2. Bosscat Kitchen + Libations

4310 Westheimer
Social media loves the Fruity Pebbles covered French toast in this irreverent brunch spot that features comfort food with a twist and a live DJ.


3. Brennan’s

3300 Smith St.
Jazzy New Orleans character meets Southern staples with a menu that includes shrimp & grits, bacon-wrapped Hill Country quail and Louisiana crawfish migas.


4. Eloise Nichols Grill & Liquors

2400 Mid Ln
Grab a pitcher of blackberry or peach mimosas at this cozy and elegant spot, along with eggs Benedict biscuit topped with pulled pork or smoked salmon and avocado toast.


5. Hugo’s

1600 Westheimer Road
For authentic, interior Mexican cuisine with a festive atmosphere, stop by for a brunch buffet that includes delectable deserts and inspiring cocktails.


6. Max’s Wine Dive

4720 Washington Ave. and 214 Fairview St.
This fun chain promotes fried chicken and Champagne. But their fried egg sandwich and crème brûlée French toast are also fan favorites.


7. Kitchen 713

4601 Washington Ave.
This soul food kitchen has a globally-influenced menu filled with innovative specialty cocktails and surprisingly great kolaches.


8. Snooze, an A.M. Eatery

3217 Montrose Blvd.
Try a pancake flight or hollandaise-coated corned beef hash from this Denver-born chain that unofficially serves brunch seven days a week.


9. The Breakfast Klub

3711 Travis St.
This is a long-standing favorite that’s both a Houston institution and a destination spot for visitors. Tyr the “katfish & grits” and wings & waffles.


10. Tiny Boxwoods

3614 W. Alabama St.
This upscale-casual cafe serves a classic breakfast on a beautiful outdoor patio. Try bottomless mimosas and their famed chocolate chip cookies.



Jocelyn Sexton is a marketing and corporate communications professional with more than 15 years of writing experience. She is a passionate storyteller and has worked in a variety of industries, including a stint in state government where she worked to promote Texas food with the Department of Agriculture. She earned an Executive MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, and has an undergraduate degree in Journalism-Public Relations from the University of North Texas.

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December 2021