20 Ways to Brunch in San Antonio 

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Brunch. Love it, hate it, not-sober-enough-for-it, the most important meal of the weekend is also an SA mainstay. From classic dishes to over-the-top morning cocktails, here are 20 places serving up brunch every weekend .
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Aldaco’s Mexican Cuisine-Stone Oak
20079 Stone Oak Pkwy, (210) 494-0561, aldacosrestaurants.com
How do $4 Bloody Marys and $3 Mimosas sound? Pair them with a breakfast chile relleno or chilaquiles San Antonio with puntas de puerco 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday for a complete brunch experience.
Photo via Instagram, twentysomethingsa
Anne Marie’s Carriage House Bistro
555 Funston, (210) 826-5800, carriagehousebistro.com
The San Antonio Botanical Garden might be the most picturesque background for brunch.
Photo via Instagram, safood.e
Barbaro
2720 McCullough, (210) 320-2261, barbarosanantonio.com
Head to Barbaro from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays for skillet pancakes with seasonal jams, parmesan biscuits and tasty breakfast cocktails.
Photo via Instagram, sabarbaro
Bite
1012 S Presa, (210) 532-2551, biterestaurantsa.com
For the ultimate Bloody Mary, stop by Bite on Sundays for brunch.
Photo via Instagram, biterestaurant1012
Boiler House
312 Pearl Pkwy, (210) 354-4644, boilerhousesa.com
Max’s Wine Dive’s little sister serves up a Texas-sized brunch created by chef Jeff White 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Get your hands on the hangover hash with braised suckling pic, chicharrones, potatoes, eggs and charred tomatillo salsa.
Photo via Instagram, manmademonster
Brigid
803 S St Mary's St, (210) 263-7885, brigidrestaurant.com
The menu has something for everyone — enticing apps like biscuits and gravy and lox on ciabatta, standout entrees like the chicken and waffles, pecan pancakes, the best frickin’ shrimp and grits this side of NOLA, and, of course, plenty of alcoholic beverage choices.
Photo via Instagram, brigidsatx
Candlelight
3011 N St. Mary’s, (210) 738-0099, candlelightsa.com
Stop by 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays with DIY mimosas and classic American offerings.
Photo via Instagram, latejanadelsur
Cappy's
5011 Broadway, (210) 828-9669, cappysrestaurant.com
Cappy Lawton knows how to bring diners in for weekend brunch 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday.
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Cured
306 Pearl Pkwy, (210) 314-3929, curedatpearl.com
From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays, enjoy Cured's brunch menu with classics like French toast and favorites such as the crabmeat ravigote.
Photo via Instagram, atasteofkoko
Di Frabo Ristorante Italiano
22211 W I-10, Suite 1101, (210) 272-0758 difrabo.com
Sunday brunch at Di Frabo Ristorante Italiano in Dominion Ridge is a must. When it comes to ordering, diners can stick to traditional items such as the French toast or eggs Benedict, or for a more substantial meal to recover from Saturday night, pick the chicken and waffles served with pancetta and topped with berries or brisket served with eggs and hash browns.
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Feast
1024 S Alamo, (210) 354-1024, Feast
Get there early or risk a long wait time—this is a hoppin’ brunch spot for a reason.
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Ther Fruteria
1401 S Flores, (210) 251-3104, chefjohnnyhernandez.com/thefruteria
Brunch starts early– 9 a.m. Saturday and Sunday–so you have plenty of time to feast on fruity licuados and hearty tortas such as the Sincronizada with scrambled eggs, ham, melty Oaxaca cheese, avocado and crema. Wash it down with a citrus-filled Jarrito cocktail.
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Hoppy Monk
1010 N. Loop 1604 E., (210) 454-3330 thehoppymonk.com
If you love brews with your breakfast , the Hoppy Monk is the place to be.
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La Fonda on Main
2415 N Main, (210) 733-0621, lafondaonmain.com
La Fonda’s Sunday brunch takes us south with Mexican favorites such as the Acapulco omelet of chipotle-dusted Gulf shrimp, avocado, tomato and asadero cheese and weekly specials on Sundays from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Photo via Instagram, kneeoh68
Grayze
521 E. Grayson St., (210) 481-8776, grayzeongrayson.com
Served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and priced at $18.99, the spread at Grayze includes barbacoa chilaquiles, brisket hash, mac ‘n’ cheese, cous cous, along with bacon and sausage for heartier appetites.
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Las Canarias
112 College, (210) 518-1063, omnihotels.com
Choose dishes from the griddle or feast on breakfast menu classics. There's no going wrong at Las Canarias.
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Liberty Bar
111 S Alamo, (210) 227-1187, liberty-bar.com
Repent for your sins at the convent with six varieties of mimosas, and serious brunch entrees. Brunch is served Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Photo via Instagram, libertybarsa
Max's Wine Dive
340 E Basse, (210) 444-9547, maxswinedive.com
Max’s prides itself in serving the best of comfort food with a glass of champagne. Stop in Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. for some chicken and waffles or baked eggs.
Photo via Instagram, tanzene
Tucker's Kozy Korner
1338 E Houston, (210) 320-2192
Tucker’s fans can spend their Saturday nights dancing and later recovering on Sunday brunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Nurse that hangover with sweet potato hash and Eggs Benedict.
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Southerleigh Fine Food & Brewery
southerleigh.com
The menu at Southerleigh is always shifting, but you’ll definitely find something you’re sure to be into.
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Aldaco’s Mexican Cuisine-Stone Oak
20079 Stone Oak Pkwy, (210) 494-0561, aldacosrestaurants.com
How do $4 Bloody Marys and $3 Mimosas sound? Pair them with a breakfast chile relleno or chilaquiles San Antonio with puntas de puerco 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday for a complete brunch experience.
Photo via Instagram, twentysomethingsa