Austin's in no way short on brunch options. Tex-Mex? Classic? Boozy?! And there are different reasons for choosing your destination AND your particular dish. So, we compiled eight common brunch situations (brunch-tuations?) and recommendations for each. Have another rec? Let us know in the comments. Note: we didn't include any buffet options, because that is a whole 'nother enchilada. Mmm… enchiladas.
The Scenario: You are riding solo, and just want to reward yourself for a productive week with a great meal at a chill spot where you can also read on your iPad while enjoying a top-rated brew.
The Pick: The Full English, which consists of eggs, farmhouse bacon, house-made sausage, tomato, beans, and toast. This plate is like being in England but costs waaay less. Hopfields also has 40-ish rotating beers on tap which have been carefully curated to be the best of the best in currently available brews. The environment here is always relaxed and pleasant and, if you have headphones on, but with the volume turned off, you can do some quality eavesdropping.