Brunch & Breakfast in Round Rock, Texas

If we had to choose one meal for the rest of our life, it would be breakfast. Give us an over-easy egg, a slab of bacon, and a pile of hash browns, and we are content. If you’re a fellow breakfast and brunch lover, you’re in the right spot. We embarked on a foodie escapade and found cozy breakfast nooks scattered throughout our city! Gather your brunch bunch and head to these heavenly spots for the best meal of the day.

Papi’s Pies

Brace your taste buds because Papi’s Pies isn’t just about their famous cherry pie – they’ve got an arsenal of breakfast and brunch delights you’ll love! They have lush quiches, Frittatas, Salteñas, and irresistible Crêpes. If you’re craving a sweet, try their homemade Chocolate Croissants or Liège waffles. They are open Wednesday-Sunday from 9 am-3 pm, so stop by for a scrumptious surprise!

Urban Eat.Drink

Add a splash of color to your plate with avocado toast with grape tomatoes and grapefruit Brûlée from Urban Eat. Drink! They also have a fresh Eggs Benedict, Banana Bread French Toast, and comforting Biscuits & Gravy. Jam out to the (egg)straordinary live music while you eat in the sunroom! Brunch is served on Weekends 9 am-3 pm, so join the tasty foodie celebration!

Cafe Java

Our love language is “Breakfast all day!” At Cafe Java, they keep the bacon simmering and the eggs scrambled from sunrise to sundown! Cafe Java is a popular local spot, so be prepared for a wait if you go during prime hours. Once seated, glance over their extensive menu for classics like a western omelet or stack of pancakes. If you want to spice it up, try Phillip’s awesome bacon cheeseburger omelet, it’s delectable. Pair your meal with a gourmet coffee; they have loads of java, like the Davinci Royale with flavored syrup and a tower of whipped cream!

Kerbey Lane Cafe

Once upon a griddle, Kerbey Lane Cafe started in a small house in central Austin. What began from humble beginnings has expanded into a Texas pancake empire with locations across the state. Kerbey Lane sculps fluffy pancake masterpieces, and they even have gluten-free and vegan options. Along with the best pancakes around, they have specialty French toast and savory options. We have our eye on the Lemon Poppy Seed French Toast Platter and Baked Potato Omelet!


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Did someone say $5 mimosas and a $16 bucket? We couldn’t believe our eyes when we saw the drink specials at Finley’s! They are not a mirage! Their brunch offerings are the real deal. Enjoy tasty Chicken and Waffles, Texas Brisket Hash, and brunch libations on weekends from 11 am-2 pm. They make brunch dreams come true at Finley’s!

The Ruby Hotel

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Hold onto your breakfast spoons, and dig into a delicious brunch at The Ruby Hotel this weekend! They have an impressive spread from 8 am-2 pm on Saturday and Sunday. Enjoy a Blueberry Protein Bowl, Steak and Eggs, Huevos Divorciados, or an American Breakfast. Top it off with some bubbly and order a carafe of mimosas or a Ruby’s Bloody Mary and listen to live music while you dine. Time to turn your morning into a party!

Waffle Love

There is a big debate out there…. Pancakes or waffles? If you’re on team waffle, Waffle Love is the spot for you. They have a crush on waffles, and they put time and care into their grid-patterned wonders! They have sweet and savory options like the Chicken Avocado Tartine and their Breakfast Sammy or order the delectable Churro Dream and Nutella Love waffle. Get ready to be swept off your feet at Waffle Love!

Jack Allen’s Kitchen

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If brunch is on the docket for your weekend plans, Jack Allen’s Kitchen is the place to go. They have a special weekend brunch until 3 pm. Prepare to dine in style with a choice of boozy companions – from the classic bloody mary and mimosas to the alluring Peach Ginger Bellini. Don’t get us started on the food! We’re talking Barbacoa Eggs Benedict, Chicken & Biscuits, South Texas Green Chile Pork Poutine, and of course, the timeless brunch item– Avocado Toast.

Whiskey Cake

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Confession time: who else is guilty of eating cake for breakfast? Or is it just our shameless indulgence? If you’re a fellow AM cake crusader, order a slice of the famous whiskey cake at Whiskey Cake! If you want to be more practical, they have a hearty Farmhouse Benedict, Croque Madame-it, or Farmshuka Eggs. Pair it with a fresh juice like the Hulk with cucumber, basil, pineapple, lemon, local honey, and soda. Cake or classic, they have all the options at Whiskey Cake!

Liberty Barbecue

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It’s time for a BBQ Sunday Brunch! Start your morning the Texan way with some brisket and burnt ends. They have a Brisket Omelet, Bacon Burnt Ends & Waffles and $3 Mimosa, and $6 Bloody Mary. Your taste buds will be two-stepping after brunch at Liberty BBQ! Yeehaw!

First watch- Day Time Cafe

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Watch out for First Watch; this place is the mecca for breakfast aficionados! They have all the breakfast staples like Avocado Toast, Steel-Cut Oatmeal, Omelets, and Benedict’s galore. Our stomach is growling for the Elevated Egg Sandwich with bacon, egg, gruyere cheese, avocado, mayo, and lemon-dressed arugula on a brioche bun. Yum!

Cork & Barrel

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Top o’ the mornin’ to ya! Get ready for a brunch feast at the Cork & Barrel every Sunday from 10 am-3 pm. They have quite the spread with choices like Steak and Eggs, Corned Beef Hash Bowl, Irish Toast, and even a Breakfast Pizza with gravy, cheese, bacon, ham, jalapenos, bell peppers, and egg!

Rise and dine and have a good time! We hope you enjoyed brunch in Round Rock, Texas. If you’re hungry for more activities, check out our attractions to keep your day rolling. Happy brunching and adventuring!