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Favorite Restaurants for Brunch in Houston

April 10, 2009

Happy Good Friday Houston! Easter weekend has arrived and I’ve asked our fellow Houstonians for suggestions so that you can enjoy your holiday brunch this Sunday. Below you will see the best of Easter brunch spots in Houston or any other weekend for that matter.

After all, there is no better idea to close out a weekend than mimosas and good eats with friends on a patio somewhere!

Favorite Restaurants for Brunch in Houston


Cadillar Bar – located off I-10 and T.C. Jester, this Mexican restaurant really really shines during their Sunday brunch, between 11am-2pm. They offer a wide selection of breakfast foods, including an omelet station. They also have all your standard Mexican dishes, including fresh fajitas, ribs, and everything else. Best of all is their dessert station, which much contain about 20 different types of cake and freshly scooped ice cream for  anyone who wants to go a little over the top. Oh, and did I mention that they are open air with a small patio?  website



v-houtx-55107934_id211300_guide_inclusionFountainview Cafe – located on San Felipe and Fountainview, this cafe has some of the best homestyle dishes in town and is a lot like a small time diner. Simply put, it offers you a quiet place to enjoy a hearty meal and relax. They also have outside tables and a plethora of daily specials. Everything is homemade. website







Cafe Brasil – this unique cafe off Westheimer and Dunlavy is perfect for those wanting to enjoy brunch on a nice day. Brasil has an eclectic menu with everything from standard breakfast pastries to migas. Their spinach quiche is to die for. Above and beyond that, they offer a wide selection of coffees, herbal teas, beer, and wine. website





2393357895_1b03b205cfShade – this new contemporary restaurant in the Heights has a wide variety of carefully crafted dishes including your standard breakfast fare and a variety of soups and salads. They’ve also got an excellent wine list while managing to avoid being pretentious. website