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Rise and shine: A giant breakfast festival is coming to Austin

Eberly burger
Photograph: Julia Keim

There are two groups of people: Those who think that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and those who can't fathom eating before noon. To the former: Get ready. To the latter: You're about to jump ship. 

A massive breakfast festival is arriving at Fair Market on Feb 17 from 1pm to 4pm (which, to be fair, are more like brunch hours), featuring more than 30 fantastic chefs and bartenders presenting their favorite breakfast and brunch variations. Breakfast Bash for No Kid Hungry (a national nonprofit that works to end childhood hunger in America) will offer dishes from Holy Roller, Barley Swine, Uchiko, Sway, Pitchfork Pretty and more, all curated by Odd Duck and Barley Swine chef Bryce Gilmore and South Congress Hotel pastry chef Amanda Rockman. Check out the full list of participating restaurants below:

Barley Swine
Contigo & Chicon
Dolce Neve
Eberly
ELM
Foreign & Domestic
Gemelli Gelateria
Guild
Holy Roller
Juniper
L'Oca d'Oro
La Condesa
Launderette
Le Politique
Lenoir
Lick Honest Ice Creams
Odd Duck
Olamaie
Parkside
Pitchfork Pretty
Second Bar + Kitchen
Mattie's
Boiler Nine
Sour Duck
Sway
Wu Chow
The Hightower
Uchiko

Tickets are $85 and can be purchased here; splurge on a VIP ticket ($125) and you'll be given an additional hour for early entry at noon. We'll see you there, breakfast fans. 

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