GUIDE: 11 Katy-area brunch spots, cocktails to enjoy this summer

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Summer is just around the corner, promising warmer weather for weekend brunches with friends and family. Eat your way through town and find your ideal, go-to brunch meal and summer cocktail with Community Impact Newspaper’s 2018 Katy brunch guide here. View a PDF of the brunch guide.

Black Bear Diner

Try this: Cinnamon roll French toast is three slices of thick-cut cinnamon roll dipped in French toast batter and grilled, then topped with powdered sugar and drizzled with icing. The dish is served with fresh fruit. $8.99

Brunch cocktail: Start off the morning or dip into the early afternoon with an Arnold Palmer. Named for the golf great, this beverage is a mix of black tea and sweet lemonade. $2.99

Served: Daily 6 a.m.-10 p.m
24600 I-10, Ste. 900, Katy
281-574-7902
www.blackbeardiner.com

Dish Society

Try this: Dish Society does brunch the Texas way with brisket ‘n eggs. The dish comes with smoked and pulled Texas brisket with tomatillo relish, two cage-free sunny-side up eggs and a side of smoked-gouda grits. The plate also comes with a fluffy buttermilk biscuit. $14

Brunch cocktail: Management at Dish Society recommends brunchgoers try the frozen mimosa or a frozen lemonade. The mimosa is made with champagne and
orange juice frozen and blended together to stave off the Texas heat while children can get fresh-squeezed juices. Frozen mimosas ($8), fresh-squeezed juices  ($5.50).

Pets allowed • Patio available

Served: Sat. 7 a.m.-3:30 p.m.,
Sun. 8 a.m.-3 p.m.
23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd., Katy
281-394-7555
www.dishsociety.com

La Baguette Bakery and Bistro

Try this: Paella is a popular breakfast dish at La Baguette. The Spanish rice dish comes with rice in a fresh Spanish sauce, vegetables and a mix of seafood including shrimp, clams, oysters and more. $13.99

Brunch cocktail: La Baguette is BYOB, but offers fresh smoothies made with 100 percent mango, strawberry or pineapple juice to accompany their brunch selections. Prices vary.

Served: Sat.-Sun. 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
21821 I-10, Ste. A-106, Katy
281-717-4651
www.facebook.com/labaguettebab

Local Table

Try this: Local Table staffers recommend the crabcakes eggs Benedict to brunchgoers. The dish is served with two blue-crabcakes with poached eggs served on freshly baked ciabatta bread and topped with a hollandaise sauce. The dish comes with a side of herb-roasted potatoes and fresh fruit. $15

Brunch cocktail: Bartenders suggest the red or white sangria at Local Table. The drink is made with the diner’s choice of red or white wine mixed with vodka, orange juice, apple juice, simple syrup and club soda for a refreshing and crisp brunch beverage. $7

Pets allowed • Patio available

Served: Sat.-Sun. 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
22756 Westheimer Parkway, Ste. 100, Katy
832-913-6150
www.localtablehouston.com

Peli Peli at LaCenterra

Try this: Staff at Peli Peli recommend trying the schnitzel and deep-fried waffles. This dish features South African deep-fried waffles smothered in toppings. Waffles come with a side of crispy bacon and golden chicken schnitzel with a sunny-side up egg on top. $16

Brunch cocktail: Management at Peli Peli recommends the Protea Paloma. This cocktail is made with 100 percent agave tequila in the patron’s choice of house-infused spicy or regular. Hints of grapefruit, elderflower and lemon are added to make this a refreshing brunch drink. $12

Pets allowed • Patio available
Brunch cocktail specials: Bloody marys ($5), carafe mimosas (five flavors, $12), infused-vodka carafes ($25).

Served: Sat.-Sun. 10:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
23501 Cinco Ranch, Ste. R140, Katy
281-257-9500
www.pelipeli.com

The Rouxpour-Katy

Try this: The French Quarter Fried Eggs and Boudin is one of the more popular brunch dishes at The Rouxpour. The plate features Cajun-style cornbread topped with blackened boudin and two fried eggs, and all of it is smothered in a crawfish etouffee. $16.99

Brunch cocktail: Breakfast cocktails at The Rouxpour include a breakfast bloody mary. The bloody mary comes with the diner’s choice of extra toppings, such as bacon or shrimp. $10

Pets allowed • Patio available

Served: Sun. 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
2643 Commercial Center Blvd., Ste. A100, Katy
832-546-5190
www.therouxpour.com
www.facebook.com/TheRouxpourKaty

Snappy’s Café & Grill

Try this: Snappy’s does brunch the traditional way with omelet and sides. Try the Snappy’s Super Omelette made from scrambled eggs and stuffed with ham, bacon, cheese, onions, green peppers and mushrooms, and served with sliced tomatoes and toast. $9.95

Brunch cocktail: Diners will not find any alcohol at Snappy’s, but the restaurant serves bottomless coffee, tea and soft drinks all day. Orange, apple, tomato and grapefruit juice are also available. Prices vary.

Served: Mon.-Sat. 6 a.m.-3 p.m.,
Sun. 6 a.m.-2 p.m.
5803 Hwy. 90 Katy
281-391-8163
www.snappyskatytx.com

Snooze an A.M. Eatery

Try this: Staff at Snooze recommend the pineapple upside-down pancakes. The dish consists of caramelized pineapple chunks in buttermilk pancakes with a housemade vanilla creme anglaise and cinnamon butter. These pancakes are popular with diners and even inspired a lip balm by Sweet Bee Sisters. $7.50

Brunch cocktail: Bacon lovers can try the Boss Hog, a bloody mary made with Cyrus Noble Bourbon and infused in-house with bacon fat and mixed with Snooze’s House Bloody Mix. Add a slice of crisp bacon instead of celery. $8

Pets allowed • Patio available

Served: Daily 6:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd., K100, Katy
281-394-7780
www.snoozeeatery.com

Sweet Paris Creperie & Cafe

Try this: One popular item on the Sweet Paris menu is The Houstonian. This breakfast crepe includes mozzarella cheese, bacon, sausage, potatoes and fresh jalapenos. The Houstonian and all other crepes can be made with vegan and gluten-free batters. $9.25

Brunch cocktail: The creperie serves a variety of beer and wine, but company representatives said the most popular brunch cocktail is the mimosa. Mimosas are made with an even mix of sparkling wine and orange juice for a refreshing morning or early afternoon drink. $7

Patio available

Served: Daily 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd., Ste. S120, Katy
281-394-5995
www.sweetparis.com

Texas Mesquite Grill

Try this: Management at Texas Mesquite said their most popular brunch items are the buttermilk pancakes and the country breakfast tacos. The buttermilk pancakes come in a stack of three flapjacks with butter and syrup and a side of bacon. $8.95 The country breakfast tacos come with the diner’s choice of two tacos with either  bacon or brisket in a warm tortilla stuffed with scrambled eggs. $7.95. Cheese may be added for $0.75.

Brunch cocktail: Wash down the brisket with the peach Bellini. The bartender serves this cold mix of champagne and peach liqueur in a wine glass. $4.95

Pets allowed • Patio available
Special brunch cocktails: Mimosa ($3.50), bloody mary ($4.50), Cadillac Bloody Mary ($5.95)

Served: Sun. 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
20095 I-10., Katy
281-829-0444
www.texasmesquitegrill.com

World of Beer

Try this: Management at the pub recommend readers try the Applewood-smoked bacon Benedict. Crispy-cooked applewood-smoked bacon is served on a freshly made buttermilk biscuit topped with poached eggs, a hollandaise sauce and served with a side of tater tots. Chicken and waffles is also available for someone wanting a traditional brunch. $10

Brunch cocktail: World of Beer serves their version of a mimosa with their Beermosa. The bartender uses the white wheat beer on tap to create this drink with the brew and a splash of orange juice. $4

Pets allowed • Patio available

Served: Sun. 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
2643 Commercial Center Blvd., Ste. B390, Katy
281-394-9625
www.worldofbeer.com

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    • Hello Ima,

      Unfortunately, we did not have room to fit all of the places in the Katy area that offer brunch. This article was written to fit in our print edition and then shared online.

      Have a good day,
      R. Hans Miller

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R. Hans Miller
R. Hans Miller joined the Community Impact team in June 2017. He is a recent graduate of Texas State University's College of Journalism and Mass Communication, a U.S. Army veteran, husband and father. He is originally from Montana. He has written for VoiceBox Media and the San Marcos Daily Record, among others. He covers city government, emergency services, local business development and other topics for the Katy area.
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