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Best Sunday Brunch Spots

Jan 01, 2012 No Comments by

Brunch is a gay man’s right on Sunday. Even if they didn’t start the brunch, the gays will take credit for making it fabulous! Austin is a city that loves to brunch. From $5 bottomless mimosas to southern brunch buffets, each of the restaurants adds a spin on the classic brunch.

Here’s a list of the most popular brunch places you will find the Austin gays brunching around town on Sundays.

 

ZTejas, Clarksville  Website

Taverna, Downtown Website

Paggi House, South Lamar Website

Moonshine, Downtown Website

Fonda San Miguel, Allandale/Rosedale Website

Enoteca Vespaio, South Congress Website

Galaxy Cafe, Clarksville Website

Haddingtons, West 6th Website

Zocalo Cafe, Clarksville Website

Kerbey Lane South Lamar, South Lamar Website

Bobby Cook’s Big Gay Brunch, Different Locations

Polvos, South First Website 

Although you may not see gaggles of gays here, these are also a few more “gay approved” brunch locations!

Olivia, South Lamar Website

South Congress Cafe, South Congress Website

Lamberts, Downtown Website

Omlettery, Rosedale Website

Nau’s Enfield Drug, Clarksville Website 

Tacos N’ Tequilla, Clarksville Website

Photo Credit: Olivia Austin

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