Fort Worth mimosaHome to some of the best restaurants in Texas, Fort Worth’s brunch options are endless. No matter where you are in Fort Worth, there are several options to choose from that will delight your brunch taste buds. Sip on sparkling mimosas, savor a couple of World Famous German Pancakes, chicken and waffles and much more.

Serving brunch on the weekends is Taverna by Lombardi in downtown, a warm and inviting Italian restaurant in the heart of Sundance Square. On Saturdays and Sundays Taverna offers a $2 bellinis and mimosas special with enjoying their delicious brunch or regular menu. Make Sunday a “funday” at Brownstone in the West 7th district where you can find all your favorite brunch foods from 10:30am to 3pm. Delight yourself with Grandmother’s Biscuit Pan off of the breakfast menu or Fried Chicken and Grits from the lunch menu. Don’t miss Brownstone’s Bloody Mary bar, offered on Sundays. If eating authentic cowboy cuisine is what you desire, Hunter Brothers’ H3 Ranch is the place get a famous, down-home country breakfast! Stop in to H3 before you watch the daily cattle drive in the Stockyards at 11:30am or after touring the Stockyards National Historic District. Dig into the classic breakfast items like Flapjacks and Biscuits and Gravy on the weekends until 12pm.

No one does breakfast like Ol’ South Pancake House where you can order breakfast 24/7! Located on University Dr. close to Texas Christian University, Ol’ South is a family friendly establishment where you can chow down on fluffy pancakes and crispy waffles before visiting all of the animals at the Fort Worth Zoo any day of the week. Less than a mile down the road from Ol’ South, you’ll find Chef Tim Love’s famous Woodshed Smokehouse sitting on the side of the Trinity River. Come dine at Woodshed for breakfast Monday-Friday starting at 10am and Saturday and Sunday at 8am and experience an atmosphere that is as unique as the food that is served. Take a break from walking, running or riding a bike along the Trinity Trails and try the animal of the day and listen to live music at this popular Fort Worth restaurant.

Enjoy a simple, fresh brunch with a Texas-made focus at BREWED on Saturday and Sunday mornings. Some of BREWED’s divine food options include Lemon Blueberry Waffles, the Scotch Egg, and The Fairmount Bird and Veggies among many others. BREWED is not only notorious for its yummy food but also for its locally sourced beverages: coffee, tea, beer and wine. On Monday through Friday 6am-2:30pm and Saturday 6am-11am check out one of Fort Worth’s favorites, Paris Coffee Shop. Famous for their spectacular Texas drip coffee, cheesy grits and pies, this Fort Worth staple is always packed with locals looking for the best home cooked biscuits and gravy around! Don’t be afraid to try a slice of their famous fresh baked pies for breakfast.

-Haylie Jackson