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5 New Brunches To Try Over the Weekend

Bring on the Bloody Marys and waffles.

Urban Eats
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DOWNTOWN — Quattro already offers 50+ menu items for brunch. Now they're adding buffet stations to the mix: brimming with bacon and eggs, rotisserie chicken, pasta, and desserts. Not to mention: free mimosas and bloody marys. Cost is $65/person, $32/ages six to twelve, and free/ages five and under. Hours are 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 1300 Lamar between Caroline and Austin Streets, 713-276-4700, quattrorestauranthouston.com [EaterWire]

WASHINGTON CORRIDORUrban Eats first Sunday brunch happens this coming weekend. The menu brings together Tex-Mex favorites and Southern comfort. Think breakfast pie, fried chicken with buttermilk beignets, and kale chimichangas. Hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 3414 Washington Ave., 832-834-4417, feasturbaneats.com [EaterWire]

UPPER KIRBY — Paul Miller, owner of Paul's Kitchen (and The Union Kitchen) uses ingredients from local sources in his Southern yet globally inspired menu. This past April, Miller expanded their brunch menu to include an extensive buffet and live music from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. every Sunday. Paul's even has a build your own omelet and waffle station, homemade bacon and sausage, dense breakfast biscuits, and standouts like their shrimp and crab campechana. The cost is $29 for adults, but only $12 for children. [EaterWire]

EAST END Kitchen 713 is still without a alcohol or BYOB license, but this hasn't stopped in-the-know crowds from flocking to this east end spot for the amazing brunch. The restaurant is relatively small with limited seating and isn't particularly glam, but posh aesthetics aside this is one of the top places in Houston for Southern-inspired cuisine, with quite possibly the best shrimp and grits in Houston. [EaterWire]

THE WOODLANDS — The new Crisp has a new three-day weekend brunch service, from Friday through Sunday. Order the "Brewer's Breakfast" for a plate full of flapjacks, sage sausage, over-easy eggs, and provolone hashbrowns, doused in citrus white ale butter and pure maple syrup. There's also a fried chicken and waffle sandwich, and stone deck fired hand-tossed breakfast pizzas for twelve bucks a pop. Drink options include $2.50 mimosas, $5 sangria, and a $7 Bloody made with Tito's vodka. Most menu items fall in the ten to twelve dollar range and hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 2520 Research Forest Dr., 832-562-2520, crispwoodlands.com [EaterWire]

Paul's Kitchen

2502 Algerian Way, Houston, TX 77098 (713) 360-2002 Visit Website

Urban Eats

3414 Washington Avenue, , TX 77007 (832) 834-4417 Visit Website

Quattro

1300 Lamar Street, , TX 77010 (713) 276-4700 Visit Website

CRISP

2220 Bevis Street, , TX 77008 (713) 360-0222 Visit Website

Kitchen 713

4515 Canal St, Houston, TX 77011 (281) 239-2498

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