Neighborhood Eats

The best spots for brunch in San Antonio's Stone Oak neighborhood

The best spots for brunch in San Antonio's Stone Oak neighborhood

Aldino at The Vineyard
The eggs Florentine is a must-try item at Aldino at The Vineyard. Aldino at The Vineyard/Facebook
The Hoppy Monk chicken and waffles
Stone Oak's The Hoppy Monk is a casual yet hip brunch spot with a pet-friendly patio. The Hoppy Monk/Facebook
Cover 3 North Austin brunch egg dish
Cover 3 offers great food, drinks, and service all at very reasonable prices. Cover 3/Facebook
Aldino at The Vineyard
The Hoppy Monk chicken and waffles
Cover 3 North Austin brunch egg dish

If you want to find an upscale and trendy brunch spot on the north side, the Stone Oak area may be your best bet. This upscale neighborhood has tons of fantastic restaurants to dine. For the best weekend eats and perhaps some libations, try one of these top five brunches in Stone Oak.

Aldino at The Vineyard
We rarely think of Italian when we think of brunch, but Aldino at The Vineyard proves we should. This restaurant has some of the best Italian food in the city, and its Sunday brunch is no exception. The menu might be small, but every dish is prepared fresh with huge portions.
Must-try dish: Eggs Florentine

Cover 3
This Stone Oak favorite originally hails from Austin. Cover 3 is a sports bar, so expect to see games on the televisions inside. Both mimosas and Bloody Marys are only $4, while the food menu offers a twist on many brunch favorites. Cover 3 offers great food, drinks, and service all at very reasonable prices.
Must-try dish: Eggs Wonderful (poached eggs with fried oysters, pancetta, and tomatoes)

The Hoppy Monk
If you want a casual yet hip brunch spot, look no further than this bar and restaurant. On the pet-friendly outdoor patio, you can often find patrons socializing and sampling new craft drinks during Sunday brunch. The Hoppy Monk prides itself on its locally sourced food and beer, so be sure to check out its list of community partners in San Antonio.
Must-try dish: Barbacoa migas frittata

Mimosa Restaurant & Lounge
Due to an ownership change, the former Tost Bistro & Wine Bar has become Mimosa Restaurant & Lounge just this month. Despite the name change, the food at Mimosa is as delicious as ever. This new restaurant cultivates a fine-dining yet laid-back atmosphere. Innovative cocktails like the Fuzzy Naval Mimosa are a must-try at brunch.
Must-try dish: Mimosa brisket hash

Silo @ 1604
This restaurant effortlessly combines elegant dining with a traditional brunch. Silo has an open kitchen, so you can watch the chefs at work. On the weekend, it offers a prix fixe Champagne brunch menu featuring many of its classic dishes like the chicken-fried oysters and shrimp remoulade. 
Must-try dish: Grand Marnier challah French toast

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