Here at Urban North Austin apartments, we think going to brunch is the best thing you can do with your time. Think about it; you get to spend time with friends, eat, drink, and try new things all at once. Well, you only get to try new things if you’re willing to expand your list of go-to brunch spots. Lucky for you, we’re here to help you do just that.
In this week’s blog, we reveal four of the hottest, most interesting brunch spots in North Austin. Each of these restaurants serves a different kind of cuisine, and each menu is hard to fit into just one category. Check out the list of brunch hotspots below, and be sure to share this link with your friends and neighbors at your community of new apartments in Austin. We’d hate for someone to go brunch-less!
There’s a lot of great food at Eldorado Cafe, but waiters always ask you for your drink order before they get to the grub. Luckily, Eldorado has watermelon juice. You have to order this beverage, because it will open your eyes to the wonders of the watermelon. Why isn’t watermelon juice widely available? We don’t know, but we’re glad that Eldorado wised up and started serving this delicious drink. Anyway, on to the food.
Eldorado Cafe is essentially a Tex-Mex cafe, but the menu leans more towards traditional mexican food. We’ve heard good things about the papas breakfast tacos, the breakfast plate, and the migos tacos with bacon. If you’re with a large group, make sure you grab an order of the super crunchy biscuits. They’re nothing like the biscuits you’ll find at other brunch spots around Austin. Enjoy your brunch at Eldorado Cafe, residents!
May we interest you in a french bistro combined with a new American restaurant? That’s what you’ll find at Bonhomie — a brunch spot for those who like to get away from the classic bacon-egg-hashbrown dishes every once in awhile. The first thing that jumps off the brunch menu is the Pho Croissant. Yes, you heard that right. This thing is filled with brisket, too, which means it’s basically the perfect piece of food. If that doesn’t perk up your taste buds, we recommend that you go with the Bacon Pomme Rosti. It’s basically a round hashbrown patty that’s covered in bacon and other herbs. It’s nothing short of phenomenal. Everything on the menu at Bonhomie is a little different, so check this place out next time you simply don’t feel like ordering another eggs benedict.
If you’re going for a light brunch, you can’t do much better than this lovely little northside cafe. Epicerie has perfect morning meals like Salmon toast and beignets — just $5 for three of them! They also have heartier options like pulled pork and brown rice with a fried egg on top, or eggs benedict for the more traditional brunch-goer. We’ve also heard nothing but good things about their coffee, and that’s always a bonus for a brunch spot. If the weather’s nice, make sure you ask to dine on Epicerie cute little terrace.
With that, we’ve reached the end of our brunch blog. We’d like to take a moment to thank all of our loyal readers who’ve been coming back week after week to read the latest blog posts from Urban North apartments. If you enjoyed this post and want to read additional blogs from Urban North, just check this page again in a couple weeks when our next blog goes live! While you wait for that to happen, you can stay updated with everything going on at your apartments on 183 North by following us on social media.