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Top 10 Brunch Spots In San Antonio, Texas

Top 10 Brunch Spots In San Antonio, Texas

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Updated: 29 September 2016
From the Missions National Historic Park and Alamo to exploring the vibrant Riverwalk and visiting art galleries, there’s a lot in San Antonio, Texas to keep you busy all day. One of the best ways to start on a weekend is by enjoying a slow late-morning meal. We’ve profiled some of the city’s best places to eat out before, but here’s a guide focusing on the top spots for weekend brunching.

Crumpets Restaurant and Bakery

Crumpets offers French cuisine without having to set foot out of San Antonio. The award-winning restaurant is set in natural surroundings, amongst waterfalls, trees and ponds, creating the perfect venue for a complete fine dining experience. The Sunday brunch serves an all-round premier menu including gourmet brunch croissants, high-end house salads, custom omelets, fresh seafood dishes and desserts along with coffee, tea, wine or champagne. With a large outdoor patio overlooking the serene settings, it’s one of San Antonio’s top restaurants for sunny Sunday afternoons with friends and family.

Crumpets, 3920 Harry Wurzbach, San Antonio, TX, USA, +1 210-821-5600

Cappy’s Restaurant

Close to downtown San Antonio and a short dive away from the airport, Cappy’s serves weekend brunch on both Saturday and Sunday afternoons. The restaurant serves different specials for each day, including dishes like Texas pot roast, poach eggs and fried sunfish, truffled scrambled eggs and butter-poached lobster tail, crab cakes and gourmet burgers. The relaxed atmosphere and contemporary American menu makes Cappy’s the perfect option for those on the lookout for a traditional, but exciting high-end brunch.

Cappy’s Restaurant, 5011 Broadway, San Antonio, TX, USA, +1 210-828-9669

Cured at Pearl

Cured at Pearl was chef Steve McHugh’s first restaurant and it’s quickly become one of San Antonio’s most popular. The restaurant serves seasonal dishes made from scratch using only the freshest ingredients with a focus on hand-crafted cured foods. Saturday brunch includes experimental cocktails, freshly squeezed juices, soups, sandwiches and dishes like crabmeat ravigote and pig cheek poutine. Located in the historical Pearl’s Administration Office built originally in 1904, Cured at Pearl’s is one of the city’s most chic atmospheres that combines contemporary and historical elements.

Cured at Pearl, 306 Pearl Pkwy #101, San Antonio, TX, USA, +1 210-314-3929

Feast

Located in the King William Historic area of San Antonio, Feast serves new American cuisine with a Mediterranean touch. The brunch menu includes Sunday morning mimosas and sophisticated updates of traditional savory breakfast dishes with ingredients like blue cheese potatoes, grilled bratwurst peppers, and Swedish sausages. But what really stands out on Feast’s menu is the dessert dishes, including mouth-watering options like blueberry pancakes, almond-pistachio french toast, crêpes with raspberry filling and butter coffeecake with strawberries.

Feast, 1024 S Alamo St, San Antonio, TX, USA, +1 210-354-1024

Candlelight Coffeehouse, Wine Bar & Café

As its name suggests, Candlelight is a café and wine bar tucked away from the crowded streets of San Antonio’s Riverwalk. Theresturant serves brunch all weekend, and is the perfect place for a casual and intimate brunch date. The menu is multifaceted but unfussy and easy to order from, including traditional dishes from waffles and bacon to white cheddar cheese and green onion omelets. There are also lighter options like granola, yogurt and fruit, and the drink menu includes mimosas, hot drinks, fruit juices and milk.

Candlelight, 3011 N. St. Mary’s, San Antonio, TX, USA, +1 210-738-0099

Liberty Bar | © Liberty Bar
Liberty Bar | © Liberty Bar

Liberty Bar

The Liberty Bar serves brunch dishes at the weekend, along with mimosas, cocktails, cold drinks and coffees. The restaurant and bar specializes in a mix of traditional American and Mexican cuisine, with corn tortillas, garlic pork sausages, black bean refritos and house-made toast and jam on the menu. Situated in a beautiful renovated convent in a trendy part of town, it’s perfect if you’re looking for a tasty brunch and cocktails in a historical but vibrant atmosphere.

Liberty Bar, 1111 S Alamo St, San Antonio, TX, USA, +1 210-227-1187

Madhatter’s Tea House & Café

For a brunch in San Antonio’s most quirky, fun and unique atmosphere, head to Madhatter’s. The café serves breakfast and lunch daily and brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. The brunch menu includes mimosas and a large selection of hot drinks with a variety of fruit cups, fresh salads, burritos, tea sandwiches and eggs benedict options. Madhatter’s is in a trendy area and it’s great if you want to have a brunch-time tea party, as they have over 50 options of exotic green teas, black teas and even white teas.

Madhatter’s, 320 Beauregard St, San Antonio, TX, USA, +1 210-212-4832

Lüke San Antonio | © Lüke San Antonio
Lüke San Antonio | © Lüke San Antonio

Lüke San Antonio

Lüke is conveniently located in downtown San Antonio and is the best place to go to for a vibrant brunch right on the Riverwalk. It’s chef John Besh’s first restaurant outside of Louisiana and popular because of its flavorful menu of authentic Old World cuisine, mixing German and French techniques with New Orleans dishes. Brunch dishes are served on Saturdays and Sundays and include eggs benedict with a Creole touch, fried tomatoes, Belgian waffles and buttermilk biscuits. The environment at the restaurant is upscale, but at the same time inviting and warm.

Lüke San Antonio, 125 E Houston St, San Antonio, TX, USA, +1 210-227-5853

The Monterey

The Monterey serves a casual, affordable and delicious brunch on Sundays. The restaurant is in the King William neighborhood in a cool converted gas station with more space on the hip back patio than inside. A visit here is always different and surprising, as the menu is constantly reinvented with experimental dishes and great small bites along with a large beer selection, wines and cocktails. It’s the place to go if you’re looking for a cool atmosphere where you can kick back, relax and enjoy the day with good friends over a long brunch and drinks.

Brunch: Sundays 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

The Monterey, 1127 S Saint Marys St, San Antonio, TX, USA, +1 210-745-2581

Anne Marie’s Carriage House Bistro

For the city’s most picturesque brunch, Anne Marie’s is hidden in the historical Sullivan Carriage House in the San Antonio Botanical Garden. The restaurant is open daily for lunch and also serves brunch on both Saturdays and Sundays. The garden is one of San Antonio’s most beautiful attractions, making it a great place to eat if you’re from out of town and want to combine brunch with sightseeing. For locals, the spot is popular for parties, business luncheons and special get togethers. The bunch menu includes french toast, salads, vegetable scrambles and desserts, all made from scratch with fresh ingredients.

Anne Marie’s, 555 Funston Pl, San Antonio, TX, USA, +1 210-826-5800