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Blueberry and semolina pancakes from The Peacock
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The 8 Hottest New Brunches in Austin Right Now

The most important meal of the week, updated for February

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Brunch is the cure-all for weekend hunger and hangovers with the right combination of breakfast, lunch, and lots of drinks. It's when it is acceptable to arm yourself with cocktails and coffee, while you hunker down with pancakes, burgers, and so many eggs. The Eater Austin brunch heatmap is your guide to the newest and buzziest destinations for the weekend and daytime drinking and dining.

Surprisingly, there were no new brunching spots this February.

For more mid-morning weekend ideas, check out Eater's guide to essential brunches, indulgent brunch buffets, or dim sum, plus Eater’s picks for bloody marys and mimosas, plus many other related brunch tidbits you might need to know.

If there is a favorite new restaurant or bar — or an established one trying new things — that is missing from the brunch map, let Eater know on the tipline or in the comments below.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Provision

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4200 Suite B, W Braker Ln
Austin, TX 78759
(512) 345-6999
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The all-day menu from the recent Quarry restaurant features Sunday brunch-friendly New American dishes like short ribs Benedict, bananas foster French toast, and all sorts of sandwiches. It is available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sundays.

Deviled eggs from Provision
Deviled eggs from Provision
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2. Rosedale Kitchen and Bar

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3800 N Lamar Blvd Ste 170
Austin, TX 78756
(512) 729-0052
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The new restaurant in the former Guild space added Sunday brunch last fall. The menu features the neighborhood spot’s take on expected brunch dishes, like Fruity Pebbles French toast made with cereal milk; overloaded tater tots with cheese, bacon, pickled jalapenos, kimchi aioli, and fried eggs; and Benedicts topped with jumbo lump crab, jam, or spinach. There’s pastries and brunch cocktails, as well as a dedicated kids menu with simple items like pancakes and an egg plate. It runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

A bowl from Rosedale Kitchen
A bowl from Rosedale Kitchen
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3. Bar Peached

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1315 W 6th St
Austin, TX 78703
(512) 992-0666
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Peached Tortilla’s Clarksville sibling Bar Peached is now offering Sunday brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. On deck are Asian takes on brunch dishes, like kimchi steak and egg fried rice, kung pao smoked salmon, and avocado toast with whipped tofu cream and chili oil. There are also DIY breakfast taco plates, takes on brunch cocktails, and coffee.

Bar Peached’s brisket taco plate
Bar Peached’s brisket taco plate
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4. Comedor

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501 Colorado St
Austin, TX 78701
(512) 499-0977
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Upscale downtown restaurant Comedor recently debuted Sunday brunch with the same modern Mexican approach under the guidance of Gabe Erales and Philip Speer. This means an array of Mexican and Texas sweets (conchas, kolaches stuffed with guava and cheese), masa madre waffles with fig jam, tortillas topped with enfrijoladas and fried eggs, and much more. It’s available from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays.

5. Julie Myrtille Bakery

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1023 Springdale Rd Building 1D
Austin, TX 78721
(512) 983-2641
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The new bakery counter inside Springdale General, where French brunch dishes include French toast, eggs benedicts, breakfast sandwiches made with croissants, and all sorts of delectable pastries. For now, it opens at 10 a.m. Saturday and Sunday.

6. The Peacock Mediterranean Grill

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600 W 2nd St
Austin, TX 78701

The new downtown Austin hotel restaurant is all about Mediterranean fare. Brunch-wise this means blueberry pancakes with vanilla labneh, French toast made with challah, its signature kebab plates, and plenty of eggs, pastries, and juices. It begins at 7 a.m. Saturday and Sunday.

7. Last Straw

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1914 E 6th St Ste C
Austin, TX 78702
(512) 354-1480
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Under chef Zack Sutton, East Austin bar Last Straw switched up its brunch to an all-vegan option, from breakfast burritos with tofu to barbecue jackfruit tortas to even migas. It’s served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Spicy garlic noodles at Last Straw
Spicy garlic noodles at Last Straw
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8. The Meteor

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2110 S Congress Ave
Austin, TX 78704
(512) 351-9541
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Weekend breakfast is just brunch and the new all-day South Congress cafe offers just that. On deck are toasts (made with Hokkaido milk bread) topped with the usuals, the breakfast burrito, and the biscuit breakfast sandwich. It’s available from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

1. Provision

4200 Suite B, W Braker Ln, Austin, TX 78759
Deviled eggs from Provision
Deviled eggs from Provision
Provision/Facebook

The all-day menu from the recent Quarry restaurant features Sunday brunch-friendly New American dishes like short ribs Benedict, bananas foster French toast, and all sorts of sandwiches. It is available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sundays.

4200 Suite B, W Braker Ln
Austin, TX 78759

2. Rosedale Kitchen and Bar

3800 N Lamar Blvd Ste 170, Austin, TX 78756
A bowl from Rosedale Kitchen
A bowl from Rosedale Kitchen
Elizabeth Van Huffel Photography

The new restaurant in the former Guild space added Sunday brunch last fall. The menu features the neighborhood spot’s take on expected brunch dishes, like Fruity Pebbles French toast made with cereal milk; overloaded tater tots with cheese, bacon, pickled jalapenos, kimchi aioli, and fried eggs; and Benedicts topped with jumbo lump crab, jam, or spinach. There’s pastries and brunch cocktails, as well as a dedicated kids menu with simple items like pancakes and an egg plate. It runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

3800 N Lamar Blvd Ste 170
Austin, TX 78756

3. Bar Peached

1315 W 6th St, Austin, TX 78703
Bar Peached’s brisket taco plate
Bar Peached’s brisket taco plate
Bar Peached/Facebook

Peached Tortilla’s Clarksville sibling Bar Peached is now offering Sunday brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. On deck are Asian takes on brunch dishes, like kimchi steak and egg fried rice, kung pao smoked salmon, and avocado toast with whipped tofu cream and chili oil. There are also DIY breakfast taco plates, takes on brunch cocktails, and coffee.

1315 W 6th St
Austin, TX 78703

4. Comedor

501 Colorado St, Austin, TX 78701

Upscale downtown restaurant Comedor recently debuted Sunday brunch with the same modern Mexican approach under the guidance of Gabe Erales and Philip Speer. This means an array of Mexican and Texas sweets (conchas, kolaches stuffed with guava and cheese), masa madre waffles with fig jam, tortillas topped with enfrijoladas and fried eggs, and much more. It’s available from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays.

501 Colorado St
Austin, TX 78701

5. Julie Myrtille Bakery

1023 Springdale Rd Building 1D, Austin, TX 78721

The new bakery counter inside Springdale General, where French brunch dishes include French toast, eggs benedicts, breakfast sandwiches made with croissants, and all sorts of delectable pastries. For now, it opens at 10 a.m. Saturday and Sunday.

1023 Springdale Rd Building 1D
Austin, TX 78721

6. The Peacock Mediterranean Grill

600 W 2nd St, Austin, TX 78701

The new downtown Austin hotel restaurant is all about Mediterranean fare. Brunch-wise this means blueberry pancakes with vanilla labneh, French toast made with challah, its signature kebab plates, and plenty of eggs, pastries, and juices. It begins at 7 a.m. Saturday and Sunday.

600 W 2nd St
Austin, TX 78701

7. Last Straw

1914 E 6th St Ste C, Austin, TX 78702
Spicy garlic noodles at Last Straw
Spicy garlic noodles at Last Straw
Last Straw/Facebook

Under chef Zack Sutton, East Austin bar Last Straw switched up its brunch to an all-vegan option, from breakfast burritos with tofu to barbecue jackfruit tortas to even migas. It’s served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

1914 E 6th St Ste C
Austin, TX 78702

8. The Meteor

2110 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78704

Weekend breakfast is just brunch and the new all-day South Congress cafe offers just that. On deck are toasts (made with Hokkaido milk bread) topped with the usuals, the breakfast burrito, and the biscuit breakfast sandwich. It’s available from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

2110 S Congress Ave
Austin, TX 78704

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