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I think this might be Winnie and my new place. It’s kind of the perfect blend of “us.” For me, brunch, sweets, black and white everything. For him, a bit edgy, very industrial, no lines (absolute must with this country boy), and amazing food made from local farmers. If you’re in Houston… puhlease try it. Oh, and if you don’t get the mushroom toast – stop reading this blog we have nothing in common. 😉
Local grocery, butcher, and little cafe. Winston and I come here often. We love the Heights and the food is impeccable. Also, they allow pooches on the patio so Hattie girl gets to tag along.
Ultimate favorite. So girly and french. I have to say I love the atmosphere more than the food if I’m being totally honest. But the french music and feeling like Meryl Streep’s character from It’s Complicated is gonna pop out from the kitchen at any moment with a croissant… and I don’t even like croissants. I know, I know. I’m a freak for not liking croissants.
My addiction. In Montrose, the atmosphere is perfect blend of trend without trying too hard. Their pastries are to die for and oh my gawwwshhh their lavender latte.
Adair just feels like home. It’s warm and inviting. Their chicken and waffles is sinful. You can add bacon into the waffle batter. Probably the actual reason I’ve gained weight, but I’ll still call it my “boyfriend layer.” It’s an easier blame than admitting waffle addiction.
A New Orleans classic… in Houston. Can it get any better? I think not. Soups 1-1-1. Hashbrown crusted chicken. Banana’s Foster. Get all of them. My favorite special occasion brunch.
Actually in an old warehouse. A fun casual atmosphere. Smells divine. Do I need to go on? It’s really just a fun little place you should experience it.
Livin’ in a hipster’s parrraaadiissee. I know, all my places are hipster, but this is the quintessential hipster joint. Craft cocktails. Fun twists on old favorites and their staff is just the nicest. My old pal, Amber, and I always come here for a catch up date.
Texas sized portions. A local “chain” that is off the chain. The shrimps and grits is incredible. Honestly, anything is incredible. A fun group brunch place, but get there early it gets super crowded.
This spot isn’t pretty, but it’s dang good. It’s one of my friend Shushu’s go to for her and her hubs. Bonus, one of the locations is within walking distance of my house.
Have brunch plans this weekend in Houston? You have to try one of these. What are you favorite brunch spots?