Who loves brunch? If you’re wondering where to grab brunch in Waco, this guide is for you!

And with Waco experiencing rapid growth, our restaurant options for brunch spots are expanding, too. If we’ve missed your favorite spot, be sure to share it with us!

 

Barnett’s Public House

Located in downtown Waco, this popular pub offers brunch on Saturdays and Sundays!

Butter My Biscuit Cafe 

Yes, you’re in the right spot when you arrive at King’s Landing Games. Made from scratch, southern food awaits when you walk through the door!

Cafe Cappuccino 

This local favorite has two convenient locations, uptown, and downtown, with signature gourmet breakfasts and lunches.

Guess Family Barbecue 

Serving brunch on Saturdays and Sundays, with plenty of mouth-watering brunch options for everyone.

Harvest on 25th

Well known for their delicious and nutritious gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian brunch options.

Hecho en Waco

In the heart of downtown Waco with a view of the Silos from their patio, this would be a perfect spot to bring out-of-town guests. And who wouldn’t love a morning cocktail to go with some Migas?

Lolita’s

This well-liked Mexican restaurant may not have a traditional “brunch,” but you can’t go wrong when they serve breakfast tacos and plates all day.

Milo All Day 

Enjoy a relaxing weekend brunch inside this beautiful restaurant or outside on their breezy patio.

Moroso Wood Fired Pizzeria

With a loyal, local following, it’s no surprise why their Sunday brunch rates as one of the best in town.

The Olive Branch 

Considered a Wacotown staple with an extensive menu offering wonderful food made with fresh ingredients. Note: Temporarily closed for in-store dining because of extensive water damage from the winter storm. Be sure to check their Facebook page for opening updates.

Slow Rise Slice House 

Kid-friendly? Check. Mimosas, waffles, biscuits and gravy, and avocado toast? Check.

 

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Camille Wilder moved to Waco from Fort Worth in 2017, and figures after living in Texas for over 20 years and marrying a native, she can officially be called a Texan. She's been married to her dream guy, Chris, for over 16 years and is blessed with three amazing kids: a bonus son, Addison, bonus daughter, Alexandra and her sweet son, Harrison. In her spare time, Camille enjoys yoga, hanging out with her family, trying out new recipes, baking goodies and sharing them with friends and eating lots of chips and queso, which she believes could totally be considered a food group.

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