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An incredible part of the infamous Sunday Funday engulfing Austin, is the emergence of a wealth of brunch spots popping up all over the 512. We’ve got your guide to both the lesser known as well as some of the most popular brunch spots in and around Austin.

Revelry Bar + Kitchen

Owned by Austin Native Jonathan Lochrie (also owner of Corner Bar), Revelry Bar + Kitchen is a recent innovation located on E. 6th Street. They feature a stunning menu that includes Chicken & Waffles, a Chorizo Hash Skillet, breakfast sandwiches, and my personal favorite, the RKBurger featuring an incredible combination of dijon-mayo, onion, house-made pickles, and topped with a fried egg. Partner Reverly Brunch with The East Side Section in the Article on 512Now Date Night and you have a jolly good afternoon. Rumor has it Revelry has beenso successful a second location is in the works!

Moonshine Grill

Perhaps one of the most well-known brunch establishments in the 512, Moonshine Grill is only blocks away from the infamous Dirty Sixth Street. Their incredible buffet features its very own Chicken & Waffle Stand, fried asparagus, biscuits & gravy, fresh seafood and much much more.

Pair that with a homemade Bloody Mary or Mint Julep, and you have yourself a brunch to remember. The wait can be hours long, so get there early to avoid the lines!

Snooze, an A.M. Eatery

Founded in Denver in 2009, Snooze offers a culinary experience “through culinary innovation, an eclectic and energetic atmosphere and comfortable and friendly service.” As for the menu, I like the Chile Verde Benny, a take on Eggs Benedict with tortillas, green chile sauce, and barbacoa style beef. I hear their “sammies” and pancakes are to die for and offer a variety of toppings.

Jack Allen’s Kitchen


Perhaps my favorite brunch spot in Texas, Jack Allen’s menu offers an incredible array of affordable eats with Brunch-Priced Bloody Mary’s and an assortment of other drinks filled with their famous pickled veggies. Founded in 2009, they now have four locations spanning most of Austin and tout their incredibly diverse farm to market menu. Chef and owner Jack Allen Gilmore is dedicated to local farmers and maintaining Texas’ rich history through his daily inspirations.

The Park

The Park is known for its incredibly vibrant atmosphere and brunch specials that tends to cater to younger professionals They have locations both South and North so you’re never too far from stellar brunch fare. The Park’s menu features incredible Smoked Brisket Quesadillas, Craft Pizzas, Farm Fresh Wings, and one of my faves, Corn Flake Chicken Tacos.

Banger’s Sausage House & Beer Garden

My favorite brunch spot on Rainey Street, Banger’s features incredible tunes, a massive capacity, and even a mimosa that fits an entire champagne bottle called the Manmosa! Their menu selection includes Brunch Specials like Banger’s Belly, a combination of pork belly, poached egg, and hollandaise sauce as well as a Pastrami-Style House-Cured Salmon. You can also get the “McBanger’s Breakfast Sandwich” that includes house-cured sausage, egg, and cheese on a potato roll, served with a side of chipotle-dusted shoestring potatoes.