Evening dates are fun and all when you're young and spry and playing the field. Now maybe you're attached and tired of the nightlife. Or you just want to share a quiet cup of coffee with your favorite person. Take your special someone out on a breakfast date and see what they look like in the light of day.
The original that started it all, this little house converted into the popular restaurant carries the perfect Austin ambiance. Also, pancakes bigger than your head.
A central Austin favorite, with pastries, breads, and more, all made from scratch, sans preservatives. The smell alone will send you to carb heaven.
Classic Austin diner ambiance with 11+ omelette variations on the menu. They also serve lunch and recently added dinner to the menu.
Great after work happy hour spot for the North Austin crowd. Must jars are the Mexican Martini, the migas, and do not miss the Friday lunch buffet.
As one of our local go to places when we need to grab a meal with the kids, not to mention their pancakes are superb. Best of all, this location has a playscape out back so the kids can run off some energy while you enjoy your beer in peace.
This contemporary diner may be small, but the fried egg sandwich is huge. Eat it with a fork to both savor the taste and save your face from getting covered in gooey, delicious egg.
The smell of pastries fills this beautiful, historic setting, but don't rule out the migas. Delicious Illy coffee, and I love a place that offers a cup to go.
Hole in the wall Mexican bakery with case after case of pastries. Lunch offerings are delicious; tacos al pastor were amazing, but I couldn't keep my fork out of my husband's Tacos Loko.