From mimosas to decadent slices of French Toast, brunch is the ideal way to spend a lazy Sunday. Next time you wake up on a Sunday morning and need something to satiate your hunger, consider checking out one of these Dripping Springs eateries.
Rolling in Thyme and Dough – This local bakery has been a favorite for years with its fresh bread and impressive dessert selection, and the local pastries are definitely worth getting out of bed for. While the restaurant doesn’t offer a regular brunch service, you can put in an order for full brunch catering.
The buffet-style brunch for around $28 per person includes a spread of frittata, pastries, muffins, scones, fruit, coffee, jam, and tea. And if you like your OJ with a little bubbly, mimosas can be provided for an additional fee.
The Switch: If you prefer your French Toast with a side of perfectly smoked prime rib, then this brunch destination is a no-brainer. The Switch has built a reputation for having some of the best-smoked meats in the area (which is no small feat in Texas), and its brunch menu builds on that reputation with mouthwatering breakfast classics.
Served between 10:30 AM and 2:30 PM ($45 for adults and $20 for kids 12 and under), guests are treated to an all-you-can-eat buffet that includes a carving station for prime rib and tri-tip steak, along with main dishes like smoked pork belly eggs Benedict, blueberry ricotta French toast, brisket hash, and biscuits with jam and honey butter.
Tillies at Camp Lucy – Camp Lucy is a popular spot for everything from weddings to weekend getaways, and the Sunday brunch at Tillie’s is not to be missed.
Served between 9:45 AM and 2:45 PM, the menu includes elevated takes on breakfast classics with both small and large plate offerings. If you want to keep things light, order up the whole milk burrata or smoked salmon toast. And if you’re the type of person who likes brunch to be their main meal of the day and goes all out, well, you can’t go wrong with a Tillie’s Burger or the Classic Breakfast (eggs any style, potato, bacon, or sausage, sourdough). Wash it all down with a Bloody Mary or Irish coffee, and it’s the perfect Sunday.
Homespun Kitchen and Bar: If you’re a fan of hitting up this local spot to watch the game on Saturday, then swing back by for brunch on Sunday. The kitchen offers everything from lighter fare like a spinach salad or chicken lettuce wraps to heartier plates like breakfast skillets, chicken fried steak, and eggs to Southwestern chicken and waffles.
Considering just how popular Homespun is every other day of the week, it’s no surprise that brunch is also a favorite among regulars.
Crepe Crazy: We’ve been fans of Crepe Crazy for a while now, and both the savory and sweet crepes really hit the spot for Sunday brunch. The restaurant doesn’t have an official brunch menu, but it’s open on Sundays from 9 AM to 3 PM, and pretty much the entire menu can be ordered up for brunch fans.
If you’re craving something along the lines of breakfast food, Cowboy Up (ham, bacon, scrambled eggs, Swiss cheese, salsa) or Jammin’ Jam (whipped cream cheese, strawberry jam, powdered sugar, caramel sauce) are sure to satisfy.
Want something more along the lines of lunch? Order up a turkey and avocado crepe or the vegetarian-friendly Florentine (sautéed mushrooms, spinach, ricotta, feta, parmesan).
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