It is impossible to deny that much of San Antonio’s growing culinary scene is located in Southtown. There are so many great options, you could find yourself eating every meal in this area. Right now, we focus on the neighborhood's most fabulous spots for brunch.
The French and Chilean influences of Bite make for savory, delicious brunch options. Enjoy the intimate and charming dining environment while partaking in the ever-changing menu. At the Bloody Mary bar, you can customize your drink and pick from an assortment of creative garnishes.
This tapas bar is the perfect hip spot for a brunch date or a fun, shareable meal. Classics like the fried egg sandwich and the mac and cheese are unparalleled. Those looking for something sweet will be delighted by creative selections like the St. Louis butter coffeecake and the almond-pistachio French toast. Bonus: Feast also has a build-your-own mimosa station.
The explosion of color and energy at The Fruteria is ideal for a cheerful and fun brunch. The endless juice and smoothie options as well as the delectable Mexican dishes make this place a can’t-miss spot. Make sure to try one of the acclaimed tortas served with homemade potato chips along with one of the signature handcrafted cocktails.
Guenther House Restaurant
This restaurant is a breakfast classic in San Antonio for a reason. Perched right on the river with an elegant trellis-covered patio, Guenther House serves comfort food at its best. Try the renowned buttermilk biscuits or the pastries that are baked fresh daily.
This restaurant and bar always keeps things enjoyable. In its renovated building, patrons can enjoy coffee or craft cocktails with classic American and Tex-Mex brunch options. Tip: The mimosas are half-price on Saturdays.
Madhatter’s Tea House and Cafe
If you want to keep it classy, what could be better than having a brunch as well as a tea party? Madhatter's is a wonderful option for anyone looking for lighter brunch options instead of the hearty meals served at many other places. Brunch options include tea sandwiches, breakfast scrambles, toasted bagels, and granola bowls, to name a few. It is safe to assume that all the tea selections are fantastic at Madhatter’s, but for brunch you can also indulge in glasses, fish bowls, and pitchers of mimosas.
Stella Public House
This gastropub is most famous for its artisan pizzas and craft beers, but Stella offers a satisfying brunch as well. All of the food at this spot is locally sourced from Texas. The Nutella pancakes are delicious as is the Southern Benedict of smoked pork on homemade biscuits with hollandaise and barbecue sauce. Bonus: When you order a specialty brunch item, mimosas are only one dollar.
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