26 San Antonio Brunches You Should've Tried By Now 

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There's plenty of brunch options around the city, but trust us – we know what we're doing! Here’s where we’re brunching right now.
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Southerleigh’s Fine Food & Brewery
136 E Grayson St #120, (210) 455-5701, southerleigh.com
Wade through the Pearl’s weekend farmers markets for Southerleigh’s Fine Food & Brewery brunch menu, and don’t miss the michelada.
Photo via Instagram / urbanjourneys
710 S St Mary's St, (210) 973-6050, mavericktexas.com
The Maverick, which opened earlier this year in Southtown, packs a punch with brioche donuts fried fresh-to-order as created by chef Misa Holmes, who’s also tasked with the playful bread baskets and biscuits.
Photo via Instagram / quixem_
16401 La Cantera Pkwy, (210) 247-0176, destinationhotels.com
At Signature, chef Andrew Weissman and his team dole out a Signature breakfast burger, steak and eggs, and seared sea scallops.
Photo via Instagram / safood.e
The Pigpen
106 Pershing Ave, (210) 267-9136, thepigpensa.com
The Pigpen off Broadway should be in the buffet category for its Soul Food Sunday brunch, but the playground makes it the perfect spot for parents to enjoy a frozen Moscow mule while keeping an eye on the little ones.
Photo via Instagram / the.weekend.foodie
2403 N St Mary's St, (210) 530-4236, eatchisme.com
Chicken and churros are a thing at Chisme, and you’ll want to pair the sweet with a salty michelada.
Photo via Instagram / sa.bitess
Tony G’s Soul Food
915 S Hackberry, (210) 451-1234, tonygssoulfood.com
Tony G’s Soul Food makes your dreams come true with an all-you-can-eat brunch that features Southern favorites paired with a live band.
Photo via Instagram / jesselizarraras
Snooze, an A.M. Eatery
255 E Basse Rd Suite #160, (210) 937-1063, snoozeeatery.com
Over at The Quarry (and soon Stone Oak and Huebner Road), Snooze, an A.M. Eatery keeps the kids happy with pancake flights, savory hash and a casual setting.
Photo via Instagram / foodiesoftexas
NOLA Brunch & Beignets
111 Kings Ct, (210) 320-1572, eatatnola.com
Particular about your bubbles or have a penchant for Cook's? You can drink whatever you please at NOLA Brunch & Beignets, which pairs Cajun breakfast staples with a BYOB attitude.
Photo via Instagram / countdowncityconnoisseurs
5 Points Local
1017 N Flores St, (210) 267-2652, 5pointslocal.com
Visit 5 Points Local for their fresh juices, golden milk lattes and classic breakfast options alongside vegan tacos.
Photo via Instagram / safood.e
Francis Bogside
803 S St Mary's St, (210) 369-9192, francisbogside.com
Cure your hangover at Francis Bogside in Southtown with a Bogside burger.
Photo via Instagram / twentysomethingsa
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Sangria on the Burg
5115 Fredericksburg Rd, (210) 265-3763, sangriaontheburg.com
Swing by Sangria on the Burg for sangria flights, and be sure to order up tasty lemon-raspberry or horchata hotcakes and pancake tacos, too.
Photo via Instagram / sefrye814
Revolución Coffee + Juice
Multiple locations, revolucionsa.com
Stay on-plan at Revolución Coffee + Juice, which just opened a location downtown, and offers a similar menu of plant-based breakfast items with cage-free eggs and locally sourced meats.
Photo via Instagram / letsbinge
The Hoppy Monk
1010 N Loop 1604 W, (210) 545-3330, thehoppymonk.com
Craft beer aficionados should check out The Hoppy Monk for savory bites and a solid list of cocktails.
Photo via Instagram / sgstith
Tucker’s Kozy Korner
1338 E Houston St, (210) 320-2192, facebook.com
Join the hordes at Tucker’s Kozy Korner on the city’s East Side, now helmed by chef Jeff White, formerly of Boiler House. The brunch tradition continues at this storied institution.
Photo via Instagram / hey.katierae
Cullum’s Attagirl
726 E Mistletoe Ave, (210) 437-4263, facebook.com
You’ll leave with a fully (and happy) belly thanks to menu items like chicken + waffles and chicken fried grits.
Photo via Instagram / mealswithmaree
Pharm Table
106 Auditorium Cir, (210) 802-1860, pharmtable.com
Enjoy a chill and healthful morning at Pharm Table, where you’ll find vegan and dairy-free options (there’s a small corking fee for your own bubbles).
Photo via Instagram / pharmtable
Michin Grill Kitchen & Tequila Bar
427 N Loop 1604 W #202, (210) 277-7222, facebook.com
Over at Michin Grill Kitchen & Tequila Bar in Stone Oak, $25 gets you buffet brunch with Mexican classics and two mimosas.
Photo via Instagram / patricio.ap
1024 S Alamo St, (210) 354-1024, feastsa.com
You’ll want to make your way to the ever-popular Southtown staple Feast for weekly donut specials on Sundays.
Photo via Instagram / walkthetab
The Bread Box
555 W Bitters Rd #115, (210) 277-8612, thebreadboxsa.com
At The Bread Box, brunch means Croque Madame sandwiches with fresh-baked bread, kolaches, market quiche and more paired with whatever bottle you pick up the night before.
Photo via Instagram / geekillsy
125 E Houston St, (210) 227-4455, rangesa.com
At Range, the Sunday brunch buffet means you can treat yourself to fried chicken and biscuits, homemade sausage, marble potatoes, donuts, deviled eggs, a Gulf oyster bar and fried eggs your style (did we mention the bottle of bubbles?) for $55 per person.
Photo via Instagram / rangesanantonio
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Sabor CocinaBar
5313 McCullough Ave, (210) 314-7760, saborcocinabar.com
Check out Sabor CocinaBar, a small but delightful restaurant in Olmos Park that knows a thing or two about traditional chilaquiles.
Photo via Instagram / s.a.foodie
CommonWealth Coffee House & Bakery
Multiple locations, commonwealthcoffeehouse.com
CommonWealth Coffee House & Bakery has expanded rapidly in the last few years, but two locations serve as the most kid-friendly. Stop by the original location on Davis Court for a fun patio and garden, or visit the Yanaguana location where parents can enjoy coffee and crepes while watching the kids enjoy the splash pad.
Photo via Instagram / safoodfairy
306 Pearl Pkwy #101, (210) 314-3929, curedatpearl.com
When you’re a James Beard-nominated restaurant, you have to wow at all times of the day, and Cured at the Pearl delivers with the Chef’s Breakfast, a combination of biscuits, crabmeat, eggs, boudin noir, praline bacon, fried green tomatoes and a Miller High Life Michelada (all yours for $26).
Photo via Instagram / eat.with.nadia
Moshe’s Golden Falafel
3910 McCullough Ave, (210) 994-9838, facebook.com
Breakfast is still new at Moshe’s Golden Falafel, which is now open on Saturday. Check out the green and red shakshuka, smoked salmon and pillowy pitas.
Photo by Jess Elizarraras
The Roost
1221 Broadway St #116, (210) 251-3184, theroostsa.com
If you consider yourself a craft beer snob, visit The Roost, the newly rebranded spot first known as GS 1221. The craft beer focus is still there, but your favorite suds are joined by mimosas, bloodies and a full brunch menu.
Photo via Instagram / mari_belew
Shenanygans II
8827 Hwy 151 #106, (210) 257-9726, facebook.com
After a wild night out, keep the party going at Shenanygans Sports Bar & Lounge 2 with Tecate micheladas, mimosas and chicken and waffles.
Photo via Instagram / cardwell.ashley
Southerleigh’s Fine Food & Brewery
136 E Grayson St #120, (210) 455-5701, southerleigh.com
Wade through the Pearl’s weekend farmers markets for Southerleigh’s Fine Food & Brewery brunch menu, and don’t miss the michelada.
Photo via Instagram / urbanjourneys

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