Roasted Red Pepper Deviled Eggs: Perfect for Parties, Grandma-Approved
Donut breakfast sandwich
Hugs & DonutsAddress and Info
We’re just gonna keep piggy-backing here because it seems to be working. Speaking of freshly fried & glazed donut buns, this ultra-lovable donut shop will serve you some with bacon, egg, and cheese between. We're tearing up just thinking about it, it's so beautiful.
Ham & egg croissant
Les Ba'get Vietnamese CaféAddress and Info
Cafe sua da pairs perfectly with its bestie, the Vietnamese-fashioned ham & egg croissant, at this tiny bistro and cafe. That's a colossal, butter-loaded pastry split and packed with Vietnamese ham, a duo of sunny-side-up eggs, and awesome stuff like paté, truffle aioli, jalapeño, and the other usual suspects of a great banh mi.
Fried egg sandwich
Max’s Wine DiveAddress and Info
Washington (& Montrose)
Proving it’s not all about the breakfast taco, this all-day stunner weighs in at an additional 5lbs to your gut because there’s no way you’re recovering after eating three gooey eggs, a giant pile of applewood smoked bacon with melted Gruyère, a smear of black truffle aioli, and the ‘uge slices of buttery bread that encloses it all.
Hot chicken honey butter biscuit
Revival MarketAddress and Info
Made with local honey and Memphis-style chicken absolutely smothered in sauce, when Revival Market calls this biscuit sandwich hot, they are keeping it 100. On another note, reason #547 why we love living in Houston: fried chicken is a completely acceptable breakfast item.
Double donut fried chicken sandwich
Lee’s Fried Chicken & DonutsAddress and Info
Speaking of which, the only thing better than fried bird in the morning is having fried bird in the morning BETWEEN TWO FRESHLY FRIED & GLAZED DONUT BUNS. Get the sandwich whenever you want to wake yourself up and immediately take a nap.
Bacon omelette biscuit
Beaver’sAddress and Info
You know when your mom calls to make sure you’re eating breakfast? Say yes, but maybe don’t share the exact details. Those details being a cheese omelette stacked with copious amounts of bacon and sausage with a chipotle honey and cream gravy blanket. She probably doesn’t need to know all that.
BB’s Cajun CafeAddress and Info
Montrose (& other locations)
Don’t let anyone ever tell you that queso isn’t a breakfast thing. Because when you shove it into an authentic Leidenheimer loaf with scrambled eggs, bacon, and creamy BB’s sauce, it is totally a breakfast thing (and an awesome one at that).
Scratch square biscuit with butcher's sausage, egg & cheddar
BlacksmithAddress and Info
Sure you can get this coffee all-star’s scratch-made biscuits with a side of creme fraiche and marmalade, but you can ALSO get them sandwiched with house-made sausage, melted cheddar, and a yolky egg just waiting to be broken bad. In case we were unclear, we're telling you to get both.
Egg on a croissant/breakfast sandwich
Common BondAddress and Info
On weekdays, the fried egg on a croissant bigger than your head is a pretty morning pick-me-up. But on weekends, the not so aptly named brunch-only “breakfast sandwich” is the way to go. A perfectly yolky 63-degree egg is the Justin Timberlake to the sandwiches' remaining members of NSYNC, blending harmoniously with a slab of pork sausage, melted cheddar, aioli, and a buttery, fluffy sesame roll. Which begs the question, which one's Joey Fatone?
La Guadalupana Bakery & CaféAddress and Info
Eggs, potato, cheese, chorizo, chiles, and beans are just some of players that you can have packed inside the incredibly buttery, pressed and crusty on the outside, soft and chewy in the middle, fresh out the oven telera roll. When we say it’s the bread that makes this sandwich reach nirvana-esque levels of excellence, we’re not kidding.
1. Hugs & Donuts1901 N Shepherd Dr Ste 4, Houston
2. Les Ba'get Vietnamese Cafe1717 Montrose Blvd, Houston
3. MAX's Wine Dive4720 Washington Ave, Houston
4. Revival Market550 Heights Blvd, Houston
5. Lee's Fried Chicken & Donuts601 Heights Blvd, Houston
6. Beaver's2310 Decatur St, Houston
7. BB's Cajun Cafe2710 Montrose Blvd, Houston
8. Blacksmith1018 Westheimer, Houston
9. Common Bond1706 Westheimer Rd, Houston
10. La Guadalupana Cafe and Bakery2109 Dunlavy St, Houston
Thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign, the owners of popular food truck H-town StrEATs opened a brick-and-mortar donut and kolache shop. Gorge yourself on freshly baked gourmet goodness, including (but not limited to) options like lemon-curd filled lemon meringue pie donuts and Gatlin’s BBQ brisket kolaches.
This tiny Montrose area kitchen brings the best of Paris and Saigon to Houston in a two fold way: satisfyingly crunchy baguettes and delectably seared pork belly in the form of a killer banh mi sandwich. Vietnamese/French-inspired breakfast items -- such as the ham and egg croissant -- appear alongside fresh sandwiches, a variety and spring rolls, and pho on Les Ba'get's cosmopolitan menu.
At Max’s Wine Dive, dining is a celebration. The exposed brick-walled joint, lit dimly by track lights and the glow of a green jukebox, boasts a buzzy energy that will spark your night. Embrace all the joys of Texas cuisine at Max’s: Get your hands on Nacho Mama’s Oysters on wontons with garlic aioli, then order a plate full of bison sliders topped with lip-puckering house-made pickles, ketchup, and grilled onions. At this point, you’ve already made the decision to stuff yourself silly, so add the fried egg sandwich to your order: three gooey eggs, a giant pile of applewood smoked bacon with melted Gruyere, a smear of black truffle aioli, and huge slices of buttery bread keeping it all safe inside.
This craft butcher shop and cafe in The Heights offers breakfast, lunch and full-service dinner in addition to its in-house charcuterie program. Revival prides itself on preparing sustainable, thoughtfully grown food, from butchered meats to bottled jams, pickled vegetables and condiments. The butcher case offers beef, pork, chicken, lamb, and seasonal game (all cut and ground to your specifications), while the café serves house-made bagels, kolaches, salads, soups, and sandwiches. With plenty of seating in the open, industrial-chic space, you’ll be able to enjoy your bites in a friendly, relaxing atmosphere.
Offering fried chicken and donuts under one roof, there's not much more could you ask for at this Heights Staple. Lee's Fried Chicken & Donuts supplies Southern sides like creamed corn, gravy, and mashed potatoes, in addition to its claim-to-fame centerpiece: a golden brown, perfectly friend piece of bird flanked by two whole glazed donuts. There are also a number of daily-made donuts and sweet and savory kolaches in crazy good combinations -- think glazed with praline Bacon and caramel icing or iced blueberry cake.
Although this Sixth Ward BBQ spot offers top notch ribs and brisket, it has two main attractions: the first is a smoky queso (made with smoked asadero cheese, green chillis, and pico de gallo), while the second is a bacon omelette biscuit: an expertly crafted cheese omelette stacked with copious amounts of bacon and sausage with a chipotle honey and cream gravy blanket. Other menu items include Southern-style fare like fried pickles, barbacoa empanadas, and creative mac 'n' cheese.
This Cajun eatery in Montrose is a neighborhood staple serving up Texas and New Orleans cuisine in a laid back atmosphere. Get your hands on Cajun classics like ettouffe and crawfish boils in addition to full loaded po-boys. All of the food is pretty gut-busting, so bring some friends to go in on shareable apps like loaded fries. BB's is open late, making it the perfect stop after a night out.
In a space that formerly housed Houston's most iconic gay bar, Blacksmith sets itself apart from the rest of the Houston coffee scene thanks to its all-star cast of city veterans, including the roaster of Greenway Coffee and the guys behind Beard-lauded establishments Anvil and Underbelly. Be sure to pair your java with scratch-made biscuits with a side of creme fraiche and marmalade.
Once you get your hands on the kugelhopf, you'll understand why this Montrose bakery and breakfast-ery has lines out the door. Butter-brushed and sugar-glazed, this German marble Bundt cake only rivals one other item on the menu: fried egg on a croissant bigger than your head. This breakfast sandwich is made with a perfectly yolky 63 degree egg that blends harmoniously with a slab of pork sausage, melted cheddar, aioli, and a buttery, fluffy sesame roll. A number of pastries and savory dishes are also available at Common Bond.
This family-owned and operated eatery in Montrose slings a variety Mexican plates ranging from enchiladas, migas, chilaquiles, and a number of fresh baked goods. However, distracted as you may be by these selections, it's imperative that you order the breakfast torta: eggs, potato, cheese, chorizo, chiles, and beans are just some of players that you can have packed inside the incredibly buttery, pressed and crusty on the outside, soft and chewy in the middle, fresh out the oven telera roll.