This Houston Heights neighborhood bar is already beloved for its whiskey selection and fresh masa taco, and now, patrons can drop by earlier in the day for Eight Row Flint’s new weekend brunch menu. Casual fare items include the El Jefe huevos rancheros: two fried flour tortillas, beans, eggs, queso fresco and a tangy tomatillo and rojo salsa, which we recommend pairing your breakfast entrée with the bar’s delicious brunch craft cocktails. For the perfect eye-opener, the 1919 Coffee features a roasted pecan Redemption Bourbon, dripped coffee, a shot of Liquor 43, and a dollop of sweet cream. It's just the kick you need.
As one of the best destinations for foodies, Houston’s naturally a haven for brunch. The city has long been praised for its swanky, diverse international dining scene. In addition to the traditional Texan fare, Houston is home to excellent Vietnamese, Italian, Cajun, Chinese, South African, Thai and Lebanese food, to name just a few of the city’s culinary traditions and top Houston restaurants. This stellar foodie reputation extends to brunch, too, of course. In fact, there are an outrageous number of great brunch spots in H-Town, from long-standing cafes to new hip establishments. Brunching is quite the popular thing to do in Houston, as well as a great thing to do with kids if you're looking to plan a weekend family outing. Anywhere you go is likely to be jam-packed, but hey, that just means more time for pre-meal champagne cocktails and bottomless Bloody Marys (for the adults, of course). Here are the best places to do brunch in Houston.