At this affordable brunch buffet in South Austin you will find something for everyone. Start with fresh fruit with granola and yogurt, eggs cooked to order, some chilaquiles verdes & refried beans, or try a cup or two of pozole with traditional trimming.
The MacDaddy ($16) is a delight with crisp pork belly and scrambled eggs on an English muffin with crispy fries. Other standouts include the Foieffle ($22), a delicate waffle with seared foie gras, and the Willie Nelson Chicken Fried Steak ($20).
Drink specials include $5 Mexican mimosas (orange juice, sparkling wine, and a splash of Bauchant orange liqueur) and serrano chile-spiked Bloody Marias. Those confined to the Downtown area will find another Manuel's within walking distance.
Mediterranean Restaurant in Austin, TX, United States
Reliably well-executed dishes including croque madame, brisket ravioli, chicken tagine pot pie, steak and eggs, pain perdu, and French onion tart have earned Cafe Malta a following, and the prices are surprisingly low, ranging from $6-11.
El Naranjo is the quietly elegant brunch answer to Austin's ever-popular Mexican breakfast meme. Cocktails and brunch dishes are served at the bar, in the sleek and sun-dappled dining rooms, or on the enclosed patio.