Breakfast All Day


The Omelettry

4811 Burnet, 453-5062
Breakfast served 7am-9pm daily.

Before there was Magnolia or Kerbey Lane, there was the original Omelettry, beloved for its eggs, flapjacks, and home fries. Same as it ever was.


Magnolia Cafe

2304 Lake Austin Blvd., 478-8945,
1920 S. Congress, 445-0000
Breakfast served 24 hours a day.

That's 24 hours a day, 8 days a week. Everybody knows, everybody goes.


Kerbey Lane Cafe

3704 Kerbey Lane, 451-1436

2700 S. Lamar, 445-4451

12602 Research, 258-7757
Breakfast served 24 hours a day.

Famous for homegrown tomatoes, legendary for the gingerbread pancakes.


Las Manitas

211 S. Congress, 472-9357
Breakfast 7am-4pm weekdays;
7am-2:30pm weekends.

Popular with downtown politicos, the Hispanic arts community, and anyone who knows good, authentic Mexican food when they taste it.


Original Pancake House

8127 Mesa, 795-8969
Breakfast 6:30am-2:30pm weekdays, 7am-3pm weekends.

James beard's fondness for this Northwest breakfast house chain made it famous in the Fifties. Today, they still make a heavenly Dutch Baby -- a fluffy oven pancake topped with fresh lemon juice and powdered sugar.


El Sol y La Luna

1224 S. Congress, 444-7770
Breakfast 7am-3pm Sun-Wed; 7am-10pm,
Thu, Fri, &Sat.

This whimsically decorated motel coffee shop is dear to our hearts. Enjoy liquados and huevos motuleños on the patio and watch South Austin slowly come to life.


Curra's Grill

614 E. Oltorf, 444-0012
Breakfast 7am-10pm, every day.

Delicious, authentic, unpretentious food from the interior of Mexico.


Juan in a Million

2300 E. Caesar Chavez, 472-3872
Breakfast 7am-3pm every day.

The breakfast tacos at this East Austin treasure draw fans from all over the city.


Katz's Deli

618 W. Sixth, 472-2037
Breakfast served 24 hours, every day.

If your taste in breakfast runs to blintzes, latkes, and bagels with a schmear, then Katz's never kloses.

-- V.W.

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