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- December 5, 2017

You Don’t Have to Go Far to Get to One of These 10 Central Austin Breakfast Places

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Whether you’re in central Austin for business or pleasure, one thing you need to kickstart your day is a good breakfast. This part of town has a wide variety of options, so whether you’re in the mood for coffee, pancakes, breakfast tacos, or any other classic breakfast dish, central Austin has just the restaurant for you. So next time you’re in the neighborhood, give your business to one of these central Austin breakfast places.

10. Biscuits + Groovy

Breakfast from a food truck? Yes! This is Austin! Biscuits + Groovy parks its food trailer at the five-way stop where East 51st Street, Duval Street, and Bruning Avenue come together. Bring your appetite for their heavy fare.

Address: 5015 Duval Street

9. Snooze: An A.M. Eatery

We’re the kind of place you want to bring the friend who will try one of everything with you. #MySnooze . . . . #Repost @brooklyn409 ・・・ BRUNCH GOALS @snoozeameatery New menu items at Snooze an A.M. Eatery: • Shrimp & Grits {Homestyle cheesy grits loaded with sautéed shrimps, andouille sausage, peppers and leeks, topped with an egg your style} • I Like Your E’lote Benedict {Elote corn quinoa cakes topped with poached cage free eggs, chili lime hollandaise, Cotija cheese, and roasted corn salsa} • Steak & Eggs Benny {Seared hanger steak medallions atop roasted poblano cheddar grit cakes with asparagus, roasted mushrooms and tomato topped with poached cage free eggs, smoked cheddar hollandaise and gremolata } • Bourbon Street Pumpkin Pancakes {Pumpkin Pancakes topped with bourbon pecan jam, sweet cream cheese drizzle, whipped mascarpone and mocha crumble} • Fall Harvest Salad {Honey glazed carrots, basil, herbed goat cheese, crispy prosciutto and toasted walnuts on a bed of mixed greens tossed in sherry vinaigrette} • Fallin’ Bubble {Snooze sparkling, tart cherry, apple juice, and soda splash} #nom #nomnom #nomnomnom #eatingfortheinsta #chefmode #hungry #foodiefeature

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Before you start complaining about a chain restaurant in an Austin restaurant listicle, Snooze: An A.M. Eatery is new on the Austin scene. They’re coming on fast with two locations in town, so watch out! People are already buzzing about this restaurant, so don’t hit your alarm clock’s snooze button on this place!

Address: 3800 North Lamar Boulevard, Suite 120

8. Brazas Taco House

She put the lime in the taco, she ate 'em bot' up

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Why waste your time with eggs in your breakfast taco when you can have carne guisada, al pastor pork, or pork carnitas? At Brazas Taco House, your lunch tacos come early. In fact, you may want to get some to go for when breakfast wears off.

Address: 6801 Airport Boulevard

7. Epoch Coffee

If you want awesome coffee in an independent coffeehouse, Epoch Coffee is where you’ll want to curl up with a good book or your laptop. Sip that delicious coffee, and soak in the atmosphere enhanced by your fellow Austinite customers.

Address: 221 West North Loop Boulevard

6. Pacha Organic Cafe

Double yolk season! #worldsbesteggs at Pacha!

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Eating organic at breakfast doesn’t mean you can only eat fruit you bought in the organic produce section at HEB. You can go to Pacha Organic Cafe to get a breakfast that’ll satisfy your stomach and your dietary preferences. Almost all their ingredients — 90% — are organic, and you won’t believe what will come out of their tiny kitchen!

Address: 4618 Burnet Road

5. Flightpath Coffee House

The Spider-Man

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If you need to get a jump on your workday with a hot cup of coffee, Flightpath Coffee House is the perfect place for you. Their quiet atmosphere is perfect for getting into a productive zone. So grab your coffee, and get to work!

Address: 5011 Duval Street

4. Quack’s 43rd Street Bakery

#treatyoself and wrap up that 3 Day weekend the right way. We're open until 11pm today #quacksbakery

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Isn’t a muffin already a cupcake? At Quack’s 43rd Street Bakery, you can get freshly roasted espresso and coffee to go alongside some awesome pastries. They keep a small breakfast menu, but you’re sure to find something you’ll like.

Address: 411 East 43rd Street

3. Monkey Nest Organic Coffee & Bakery

While the name Monkey Nest doesn’t exactly sound appetizing, we assure you the coffee and food are. The names get better on the menu. Be sure to try one of their specialty coffees like the spiced brown sugar latte, nutty Irishman, or four ton gorilla.

Address: 5353 Burnet Road

2. Kerbey Lane Cafe

The Kerbey Lane Cafe versus Magnolia Cafe debate will never be settled. But one thing is for sure, you haven’t really been to Kerbey Lane Cafe until you’ve been to the original on its namesake street. When you think about Austin restaurants starting up back in the day, you think about a house converted into a restaurant. And that’s exactly what you’ll find at the original Kerbey. Oh, and the food is awesome!

Address: 3704 Kerbey Lane

1. The Omelettry  

#breakfastisserved #omelete #theomletery #yaaasss #jjchathoneymoon

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A favorite of post-race runners, The Omelettry is THE place in Austin to order an omelette. But don’t forget about the buttermilk pancakes. You will carb load whether or not you walk in with that intention. You’ll walk out with a full belly. No wonder runners love it!

Address: 4631 Airport Boulevard, #131A


 

Featured photo courtesy Monkey Nest Coffee.