New Year's Day Brunches in San Antonio to Cure Your Hangover

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Pa' la cruda or if you're still drunk from the night before, here are a few brunches to feel human again.

Boiler House //
New Year's Day Brunch items include green chile pulled pork, poached eggs and popcorn grits with hollandaise, pickled red onions and cotija cheese; Hangover Hash with with braised pork belly, chicharrones and two fried eggs; BLT Mac and Egg with macaroni shells, bacon lardons, vine tomatoes, spinach and white truffle mozzarella fondue among others. Prices vary, 11am-3pm, 312 Pearl Pkwy., Building 3, (210) 354-4644.

Cover 3 // The full brunch menu will be available including the popular U-Mix-It Bubbles and Bloody Mary Bar. The traditional lunch and dinner menus will also be available throughout that Monday until close at 10pm as COVER 3 will be screening each of the NCAA 2018 College Football Playoff games. Prices vary, brunch from 11am to 3pm, 1806 N. 1604 W., (210) 479-9700.

The General Public // What's not to love about $1 mimosas? Prices vary, 17619 La Cantera Pkwy., Suite 102, (210) 920-1101.



Range // In addition to the regular menus, welcome 2018 with the Southern tradition of black-eyed peas and cornbread. Prices vary, 11 am-11 pm, 125 E. Houston St., (210) 227-4455.

Rosella at the Rand // Stop in for the first brunch of 2018 with avocado toast, Tom's huevos rancheros or habanero honey chicken biscuit. Prices vary, 10am-4pm, 114 Houston St., (210) 595-1410.

The Rustic // The Rustic will serve up its weekend Jam & Toast Brunch so you can cure your hangover with a spread of cheese and fruit, country baked eggs, hot chicken, smoked cheddar grits, and daily donuts. $16.95 per person, 10am-3pm, 17619 La Cantera Pkwy., Suite 204, (210) 245-7500.

Two Bros BBQ Market // Nurse your hangover with the meaty goodness at Two Bros including special New Year’s Day pork spare ribs or the iconic cheesy chop. Prices vary, 10:30am-8:30pm, 12656 West Ave., (210) 496-0222.

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