The 10 Best Places To Get Mimosas in Austin, Texas
Mimosas are served across Austin | Courtesy of Suerte
Brunch is a weekend ritual in Austin. A quality mimosa awaits here, whether it’s accompanying Korean-Southern fusion dishes or some solid Tex-Mex.
Bistro, Mexican, $$$
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Brunch at this establishment requires a mimosa. With a 1950s flamingo-pink motif running alongside the walls and a Mexican buffet-style brunch to boot, a refreshing glass of bubbles and citrus is a welcome relief of flavor. Try pairing a carafe of mimosa with breakfast enchiladas or crab cake benedict.
Don’t let the name fool you. When it comes to cheap mimosas, Banger’s is a surefire win. The Manmosa is an entire liter of champagne (and a bit of orange juice) served in a beer stein, all for just over $10. Banger’s serves brunch from 10am until 4pm every Sunday, so swing by for a Manmosa and one of its famous sausages – the andouille is a favorite.
After its opening in 1980, Kerbey Lane Café has become synonymous with quality home-made food created with local ingredients. Since then, its first store has grown to a chain of eight restaurants across Austin. You can wash down the extensive spread of pancakes with $2 mimosas. For $12, you can get an entire carafe. If you’re looking for options besides orange juice, switch it out for cranberry or grapefruit.
Suerte puts its own twist on Mexican dishes | Courtesy of Suerte
Suerte reinvents traditional Mexican cuisine for the 21st century. It tweaks familiar Mexican dishes by topping tostadas with beets or smashed avocados, and reinvents Austin brunch staples, including the mimosa. During winter, Suerte runs its special take on the classic. Its Winter Punch, which consists of citrus, cava, white rum and spices, is a must-try and a seasonal standout. Just make sure to grab one at Lucky Hour when they’re $4 off.
Mongers is where Southern style meets the East Coast. The freshly shucked oysters are a favorite – enjoy them with a side of deep-fried brussels sprouts. Brunch, however, may be where this restaurant really shines. Since Austin is warm for most of the year, Mongers’ patio is the place place to enjoy a mimosa at $3 a glass or a $15 carafe alongside fresh-caught oysters.
Weather Up has two locations in NYC, as well as one in Austin, and brings upscale cocktails, bar snacks and brunch to the Eastside. Highlights from the cocktail menu include the Sunday brunch champagne program. You can indulge in DIY mimosas where for $36, you’ll get a full bottle of bubbles and an array of fresh juice. Otherwise, you can get fancy and let the bartender handle the mixing. If you do, make sure to want to try the Airmail (rum, honey syrup, lime and champagne), which always goes down well.
You don’t have to travel to the Big Easy to get some great beignets. Just head to Red’s Porch and order its New Orleans beignets with a mimosa. The mimosas are $3 a glass, and come with a view of the Barton Springs Greenbelt from the outside decks.
A selection of mimosas at Red's Porch, Austin, Texas, USA. Courtesy of Red's Porch
The Buzz Mill
Bar, Vegan, $$$
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The Buzz Mill is probably one of the only places in Austin serving both barbecue and vegan tacos together on the brunch menu. Stop by for $2 mimosas and check out the Frontier Brunch menu, which includes favorites like range grits as well as biscuits and gravy.
Boasting a historical building and a noteworthy chef – the two-time James Beard Rising Star Award finalist Grae Nonas helms the kitchen – the Carpenters Hall offers a brunch menu and mimosas. Pair a refreshing $10 cocktail with German- or Mexican-inspired brunch staples.
Swift's Attic serves Korean, Southern and fusion dishes | Courtesy of Swift's Attic
Swift’s Attic is an innovative brunch dive offering modern farm-to-table cuisine. Its eclectic menu includes Korean, Southern and fusion dishes, as well as local beers. While the entrées are a bit pricey, the $5 mimosas balance out the bill, or at least make you not mind as much.