Brunch Guide

Some Cedar Park and Leander residents may decide to make brunch a weekend activity at some of their favorite nearby eateries, indulging in bloody marys, mimosas, French toast or Tex-Mex migas. This guide lists several restaurants in Cedar Park, Leander, Jonestown and Northwest Austin that offer brunch. This list is not comprehensive and does not include fast-casual eateries that do not offer table service.

Bellini’s Texas Grill

12800 W. Parmer Lane, Ste. 202, Cedar Park
Hours brunch offered: Sat.-Sun. 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Signature brunch dishes include vanilla-battered French toast, quiche and The Royal Flush, which is made with scrambled eggs, smoked bacon, cheese sauce, tomato and avocado served on a English muffin or biscuit. Specialty cocktails are offered, such as champagne or prosecco mimosas, and patrons can make their own drinks at the bloody mary bar.

Blue Corn Harvest Bar & Grill

700 E. Whitestone Blvd., Ste. B-204, Cedar Park
Hours brunch offered: Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Sun. 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

A signature breakfast item, blue organic pancakes are made with organic blue cornmeal and flour. Drink specials include a make-your-own bloody mary bar, which includes $4 Dripping Springs Vodka bloody marys and $6 Absolute Texas Vodka bloody marys. On Sundays drink specials include $5 Mexican Martinis and house frozen margaritas for $3.50. Mexican beers are offered for $2 during brunch hours on Sundays. All eggs are from local organic-care farms and are purchased from the Cedar Park Farmer’s Market.

Cedro Ristorante Pizzeria

14028 N. US 183, Ste. 210, Austin
Hours brunch offered: Sun. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

Mimosas are $5, and the Italian-inspired menu includes items such as the Cedro Breakfast Pizza, which is topped with a fried egg, corn and bacon. Healthy options include the egg white omelet that includes baby spinach, cherry tomatoes and fresh mozzarella; and the chop salad, which is tossed with chicken, red onion, tomatoes and bacon. Other menu items include buttermilk blueberry pancakes, sweet Italian sausage frittata and French toast.

Cover 2

13701 N. US 183, Austin
Hours brunch offered: Sat.-Sun. 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Beer, wine and specialty cocktails, such as the Cover 3 Press mixed with gin, lemongrass, cucumber, lime, club soda and Sprite, are available. Make-it-yourself bloody marys are $4 and mimosas and screwdrivers are $4. Breakfast quesadillas and enchiladas as well as migas and corn beef hash, which is made with potatoes, onions, peppers and sage with poached eggs and hollandaise sauce, are included in the menu.

FoxHole Culinary Tavern

13995 N. US 183, Austin
Hours brunch offered: Sun. 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

A $17.99 all-you-can-eat, farm-to-table buffet is available, as are a la carte and made-to-order options for items such as omelets and eggs Benedict. Brunch is accompanied by live jazz music, and diners can choose from beverages such as mimosas and bloody marys. Dish choices include Kobe Beef Sloppy Joe Sliders with homemade spicy ketchup sauce, Fried Chicken Waffle Sliders served with syrup on the side, smoked gouda grits and venison chile.

Mouton’s Southern Bistro

309 N. US 183, Leander
Hours brunch offered: Sat.-Sun. 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

Texas- and Cajun-inspired dishes are offered for brunch, including shrimp, grits and eggs; BLT; chicken and sausage gumbo; red beans and rice; and etouffee. A breakfast menu is also available and includes dishes such as biscuits and gravy, Belgian waffles, eggs Benedict, corn beef hash, and chicken-fried steak and eggs. Drinks include beer and wine, many of which are made in Texas.

Noble Sandwich Co.

12233 N. RM 620, Ste. 105, Austin
Hours brunch offered: Sat.-Sun. 8 a.m.-noon

From vanilla and dried fruit granola with honey and yogurt to chorizo and egg with cheddar and salsa picante, the menu is filled with choices. Dishes also include a milk biscuit with country sausage and black pepper gravy as well as a crispy blueberry waffle with sausage and a scrambled egg.

Parrain’s Louisiana Kitchen

18653 FM 1431, Jonestown
Hours brunch offered: Sat.-Sun. 8 a.m.-noon

The Cajun cuisine and Louisiana home-cooking restaurant features items for breakfast such as the Parrain’s Breakfast, including smoked and grilled boudin, which is made in-house, topped with two eggs and served with home fries. Mimosas are $2.50 during breakfast, and house specials include the Marrain’s Breakfast, which is two poached eggs served over Canadian bacon and a crabcake with a salad. Beer and wine are also available.

The League Kitchen & Tavern

10526 W. Parmer Lane, Austin
Hours brunch offered: Sat.-Sun. 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

Brunch entrees, snacks and sides are offered, including pork chops and eggs, French toast, bacon-wrapped shrimp and grits, breakfast tacos, and Truffle Honey Chicken and Biscuits. Diners can choose side items such as sugar-cured bacon, red potato home fries or fruit. Brunch cocktails include $3 bloody marys and mimosas and $7 Bacon Bloody Marys.

Tony C’s

10526 W. Parmer Ln, Austin
Hours brunch offered: Sat.-Sun. 11 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

Sweet and savory dishes, such as cinnamon knots; breakfast sandwiches; and baked frittatas made with goat cheese, sweet peppers and tomatoes, can be found on the menu. For drinks Tony C’s offers $2 mimosas and Bellinis and sangria by the glass for $3. The eatery also has an outdoor patio and play area for children.

Z’Tejas Southwestern Grill

10525 W Parmer Lane, Austin
Hours brunch offered: Sat. 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-3 p.m.

The Weekend Fun Bar special includes build-your-own bloody marys, screwdrivers; mimosas; and Bloody Marias, which are made with 1800 Silver Tequila. Patrons can choose ingredients such as strawberry, blueberry, chorizo, bacon or sausage links to be made with sweet pancakes. More savory brunch items include two eggs over easy, pork, tomatillos, Anaheim and serrano peppers and Jack cheese served with flour tortillas.


Brunch Guide


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