- July 21, 2021

These Are The Best Brunch Spots in Austin


If you can’t decide between breakfast or lunch, we feel ya. THere’s nothing better than casually drinking and dining from mid morning through early afternoon. And lucky for you. Austin has many great brunch spots to chose from! Don’t believe us? Just ask Condé Nast Traveler, who recently featured the 11 Best Brunches in Austin. A few of our favorites made the list so we’re giving them some more love right here.

Here are some of the best brunch spots in Austin!

Magnolia Cafe | 1920 South Congress Avenue

For over 42 years Magnolia Cafe has been an Austin fan favorite. One of the best parts about Magnolia is that breakfast is served all day long. Their full service menu is massive so be prepared to make a second (or third) trip back to try everything. Find the full menu here.

Josephine House | 1601 Waterston Avenue

Offering adorable cottage vibes, you’ll love the interior design just as much as you love their food. Josephine has it all: breakfast pastries, streak and eggs, lemon ricotta pancakes, avocado toast, and even shrimp and grits. Find the full menu here.

Perla’s | 1400 South Congress Avenue

Perla’s nautical-themed patio and seafood heavy menu makes for the perfect way to mix up your typical brunch plans! We recommend the lobster omelette because, yum! But if you’re into more of a classic breakfast, try the French toast with a twist of fennel Butter, spiced Plum, and maple Syrup. They also serve up some amazing house cocktails! Find the full menu here.

Café No Sé | 1603 South Congress Avenue

The word no should not be in your vocabulary when you’re eating at Café No Sé. The beautiful interior is paired perfectly with a perfect brunch menu. Try their cowboy breakfast which consists of; two sunny eggs, bacon, confit pork, borracho beans, tomato, roasted jalapeño, and cilantro butter. Need we say more? Find the full menu here.

Mattie’s | 811 West Live Oak Street

We have three words for you: bananas foster beignets. They come served with brown sugar cinnamon streusel and rum sauce. In addition to having a delicious menu, Mattie’s is located on a stunning estate that’s known for its free roaming peacocks. It’s an experience you don’t want to miss. Find the full menu here.

Like Condé Nast said; “In this town, brunch never disappoints.” So grab your brunch crew and dive into one of these delicious and stunning spots!

You can find the full Condé Nast article here. PS, there are actually only 10 brunch spots featured as they include Holy Roller which is now closed.

Featured photo via Pexels

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