Check out these five recently opened spots that serve breakfast.

A new comfort food and wine restaurant called Rosé Gosé opened at 5201 Airport Blvd., Austin, in the former ATX Grill space March 1. Rosé Gosé serves over 250 wines, 30 craft beers and 10 house cocktails. The menu includes items such as a raw bar, mussels and a burger. On the weekends, it also offers a breakfast menu with items such as pancakes. It is owned by Belarus natives Igor Drypsiak and Veronika Hurynava. They own three restaurants in Belarus. Rosé Gosé is their first Austin venture.

Breakfast items include:
  • Salmon avocado toast
  • Pancakes
  • Eggs Benedict
Veracruz Fonda & Bar, a new brick-and-mortar concept from Reyna and Maritza Vazquez, the local family behind Veracruz All Natural, opened April 8. The new concept includes a lunch and dinner menu with dishes such as mole enchiladas, pork tamales and tres leches cake. The restaurant also serves breakfast and features a drink menu with custom cocktails. It is located at 1905 Aldrich St., Ste. 125, Austin. 737-318-4896.

Breakfast items include:
  • El Tradicional: egg, bacon, refried black beans, potato, cheese
  • Migas Originales: egg, tortilla chips, tomato, onion, cilantro, cheese, avocado
  • Migas Poblanas: egg, tortilla chips, poblano pepper, red onion, black beans, queso fresco, avocado
Voodoo Doughnut opened a North Austin location March 3. The store, located at 5408 Burnet Road, Austin, is the second Austin location for the chain, which is based in Portland, Oregon, and the 17th in the country. Voodoo Doughnut’s menu features items such as the Bacon Maple Bar and the Ring of Fire, a spicy devil’s food cake doughnut. 737-977-6669.

Breakfast items include:
  • Sweet Cream Cannolo
  • Banana Cream Pie
  • Bacon Maple Bar
A new Legislature-themed coffee shop called Capitol Cafe opened at 1001 Congress Ave., Ste. 180, Austin, on Feb. 1. The cafe, located a block away from the Capitol building, serves coffee, pastries, sandwiches, beer, wine and mimosas. It is led by general manager Brianna Hubery and her father, state Rep. Dan Huberty. It was previously a Starbucks. 512-503-1785.

Breakfast items include:
  • Sausage breakfast sandwich
  • Stuffed Biscuit
  • Assorted muffins and bagels
Progress Coffee opened a brick-and-mortar location at 3421 N. I-35, Austin, on Feb. 24. The new shop serves coffee, beer, wine and cocktails as well as food from local trucks, including Burro Cheese Kitchen and Pueblo Viejo. The location has indoor and patio seating as well as a grab-and-go window. Progress Coffee originally opened in 2004 and is co-owned by Joshua Bingaman and James Benson.

Breakfast items include:
  • Espresso drinks
  • Tacos from Pueblo Viejo