Rise and shine, here are the 19 best breakfasts in Austin that are worth waking up for.
Newly opened in South Austin, Phoebe’s Diner is serving up flapjacks, breakfast platters with thick-cut bacon and brisket, and Cafe du Monde coffee.
533 Oltorf St, phoebesdiner.com
HAT CREEK COMPANY
Don’t have time for breakfast? Hat Creek Burger Company serves a hearty breakfast that’s fast and healthy. Breakfast platters and tacos are made with organic Vital Farm eggs, fresh avocado, and their housemade sauerkraut.
*Multiple locations, hatcreekburgers.com
Rise and shine at June’s on South Congress with the Café Breakfast – eggs, sliced ham & gruyère, housemade jam, and buttered english muffin.
1722 S Congress Ave, junesallday.com
You can not only get coffee at Patika but also breakfast. Choose from avocado toast with soft-boiled egg, fried egg & bacon toast, breakfast sandwiches, and daily quiche.
2159 S Lamar Blvd, patikacoffee.com
Now here’s a delicious reason to get out of bed. Épicerie’s breakfast menu includes both savory and sweet items, along with a strong focus on the new coffee program — perfect for those who need that extra push to wake up in the morning. You can dine in the airy, cheerful dining room, or take it to-go, as all menu items are designed for on-the-run convenience.
2307 Hancock Dr, epicerieaustin.com
Swing by for a hot breakfast with fresh coffee and the daily newspaper that worth getting out of bed for! My favorite was the steak & eggs sandwich with Wagyu hanger steak, sunny up egg, chimichurri mayo on a brioche bun!
1203 E 11th St, paperboyaustin.com
ELIZABETH ST CAFE
There’s a reason why everyone loves Elizabeth St Cafe.
1501 S 1st St, elizabethstreetcafe.com
CAFE NO SE
If you’re looking for a healthier breakfast option, try the red quinoa porridge at Cafe No Se. My fav is the ricotta hotcakes with maple syrup.
1603 S Congress Ave, cafenoseaustin.com
SEE ALSO: Weekend Brunch At Café No Sé
Start your day with Hillside Farmacy’s big brekkie with 2 eggs, bacon, homefries, and toast. Or the eggs in a bowl with 2 poached farm eggs, mozzarella curd, sautéed kale, grape tomatoes & zucchini, and focaccia croutons.
1209 E 11th St, hillsidefarmacy.com
Yes, you can have chocolate peanut butter pie for breakfast. You can also have fried chicken and waffles at 3AM in the morning at 24 Diner because breakfast is available 24/7.
600 N Lamar Blvd, 24diner.com
Josephine House is always on point and my go-t0 is the avocado toast with a fried egg, hot sauce & lime zest on sourdough
UPPER CRUST BAKERY
Upper Crust has been open in Austin for over 28 years making pastries, breads, cakes, pies, and other desserts from scratch.
4508 Burnet Rd, uppercrustbakery.com
I love this East Austin neighborhood cafe in a circa-1887 house that serves fresh coffee, farm-fresh eats, and local pastries.
1010 E Cesar Chavez St, cenoteaustin.com
Tacodeli has the most famous breakfast tacos in Austin and they’re heavenly. You can find them almost everywhere in Austin but go into Tacodeli for the authentic experience.
*Multiple locations, tacodeli.com
You can’t have a breakfast list without including Kerbey Lane. Breakfast served all day long.
*Multiple locations, kerbeylanecafe.com
The Dai Due breakfast with kimchi & fried egg is unbelievably incredible. Plus, breakfast is offered to 3pm for those of you who sleep me, like me.
2406 Manor Rd, daidue.com
Lox, onions, capers, cream cheese, and a homemade bagel. BOOM.
1900 Rosewood Ave, rockstarbagels.com
Winner, winner, chicken dinner! Err.. breakfast! Flyrite Chicken opens at 10am every day serving up chicken sandwiches, wraps, strips, and salads with all-natural chicken raised without antibiotics.
2129 E 7th St, flyritechicken.com/
And for those of you who work downtown, you need to go to Chi’Lantro’s trailer at 8th and Congress for breakfast tacos!
823 Congress, chilantrobbq.com