There’s something about weekends that invites a delicious, plentiful brunch. Maybe it’s the relaxed agenda for the day, or maybe it’s because you’re exploring new communities and crave some comfort food. (Welcome to Sugar Land, BTW! Glad you stopped by.)
Which place to choose? Well, that depends on your plans for this weekend. But if you’re a foodie that wants an incredible experience unique to Sugar Land, you’ll be headed for some of our top brunch spots. Whatever your needs, we’ve got you covered. Read on!
Note: If you’re visiting town and staying in a hotel, check the restaurant there; you might be surprised at what is in store for you!
Chicken & Waffles at Jupiter Pizza and Waffles Co.
Sugar Land Brunch Specialties
Jupiter Pizza and Waffles (9 a.m. - 9 p.m. on weekends; 11 a.m. - 9 p.m. during the week) Call ahead for brunch curbside pickup or stop in to luxuriate in foodie heaven. This Sugar Land local restaurant offers Belgian Waffles, the signature Jupiter Omelet, French toast, skillets, and a collection of Belgian waffles that range from S’mores to fried chicken varieties. There’s a full range of pizzas, as well as southern entrees (Ricky Bobby Tacos, anyone?).
Another great place to indulge in delicious brunch is The Rouxpour Saturday 11 a.m.-2 p.m. and Sunday 11a.m. – 3 p.m.) with its upscale NOLA-style offerings. Try the French Quarter Fried Eggs and Boudin, the Three-Napkin Waffle, Cajun Omelet, Beignets, mimosas and Bloody Mary’s and see where that leads!
Churrascos (Weekends 10:30 a.m.- till 3p.m.) Here’s another option, with multiple buffets featuring all sorts of meats (seafood, ribs, Mexican), stations (beef, pork, omelet, mac and cheese) chilled foods (salads, salmon, fruit, shrimp cocktail), hot sides (Caribbean rice, French toast, potatoes, vegetables, maduros) and desserts from tres leches, alfajores and flan to brownies. The Latin influences blend with American comfort food for an outstanding way to spend a late morning.
Strawberry Cronuts Photo by @Toast
Toast (8 a.m. till 2 p.m., 7 days) brings out the fun when it comes to morning meals. Fruity Pebbles French Toast, or Green Drink in a pouch, maybe? There’s everything you’d expect for brunch plus signature items like Vietnamese Steak and Eggs, Toast Chilaquiles, Cuban Sandwiches, Pancake Tacos (you read that right!) and even wings and Kim Chi Fries.
The Roof on the Lake (Sunday 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.) offers an amazing view—it’s on top of a three-story building overlooking Brooks Lake, and it’s only a quarter mile from Sugar Land Town Square! But, if you’re looking for an upscale, pampered treat, this is the spot to visit. Check out the brunch menu for some inspo. You can’t go wrong with Bananas Foster French Toast or Gulf Shrimp and Grits (with andouille sausage and lobster cream sauce).
Crepes at Sweet Paris Crêperie and Café. Photo by @you_cant_eat_with_us
Sweet Paris Crepêrie and Café (Breakfast crepes served from 8 a.m. -3p.m. daily) offers an international lineup of breakfast crepes that can fill your cravings. Choose from The Alaskan (smoked salmon, pickled onions, eggs, dill, capers and sour cream), Le Mexican (egg, queso fresco, refried beans, carnitas, chipotle sauce, crema), Croque Madam (scrambled egg, gruyere, ham, bechamel sauce), La Canadienne (poutine cheese, scrambled egg, potato, bacon, maple syrup) and the Houstonian (mozzarella, bacon, sausage, potato, eggs, jalapeño). When you have these global options at your fingertips, how can you skip brunch at Sweet Paris?
Spice Lane (Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.) Spice Lane's exciting fusion dishes have made their way into their weekend brunch menu! We have our eyes on the Bananas and Waffles which include brulee bananas and syrup or their Deviled Eggs with popcorn shrimp.
Los Tios Mexican Restaurant (Breakfast is served Sundays 10 a.m.- 3 p.m.) If you want a Tex-Mex experience with the friendliest staff, then you have to try Los Tios. We love their Chilaquiles con Pollo y Crema.
Very Berry Pancakes at Eggcellence. Photo by @AriaWho22
Familiar Brunch Spots
But maybe your trip to Sugar Land has an itinerary full of outdoor hiking, biking, skateboarding and birdwatching that doesn’t leave time for a fancy brunch. Maybe your kids won’t tolerate a formal setting where they need to mind their manners. Or perhaps someone in your group isn’t fond of new culinary adventures. If that’s the case, we have some tried-and-true choices that may have a location in your hometown—but because you’re so busy with the nine-to-five scene, you’ve never checked them out. Here are a few to consider:
- The Toasted Yolk (Sugar Land Town Square, 7 a.m. -3 p.m., 7 days)
- State Fare (Sugar Land Town Square Sat and Sunday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.)
- First Watch (7a.m. till 2:30 p.m., 7 days)
- Another Broken Egg (7 a.m.-2 p.m., 7 days)
- Eggcellence Café and Bakery (7 a.m. – 3 p.m. weekends; 7-2 M-F)
- Black Bear Diner (10 a.m. – 6 p.m. daily)
You may be drooling by now, but keep in mind that this list is just the tip of the iceberg. Check out the many other restaurant offerings in the "Sweetest City in Texas."
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