If there’s one thing that every resident of Corazon Austin apartments can agree on, it’s that Sunday brunch is the best meal of the week. There’s nothing better than waking up on Sunday morning with brunch plans penciled into your schedule. Sure, you can bail on brunch and just watch HBO all day, but a day spent on the couch is far more enjoyable after you’ve already filled up on chicken and waffles at one of the awesome brunch spots in East Austin.
When you first moved to East Austin, you probably made your choice based on a number of factors, one of which was the wide-variety of restaurants and bars located on this side of town. It’s always easier to convince friends and neighbors to go out to eat when you can walk there without having to worry about a ride. That is certainly the case for residents of Corazon apartments in East Austin.
In this week’s blog post, we’ll break down the most highly-rated brunch spots in East Austin. There are plenty of great options in this neighborhood, but the three restaurants on this list set a high bar for brunch. Whether you’re in the mood for classic brunch options like breakfast tacos and hashbrowns, or you want to go for something more exotic, you’ll find your ideal meal in East Austin.
Take a look at this week’s blog below, and be sure to share this post with any friends and family who might need a refresher course on where to find the best Sunday brunch on the east side.
For the fluffiest biscuits in East Austin, look no further than the nearby Counter Cafe East. Please be aware that this place is almost always packed on weekends, so you better get there early if you want to avoid waiting in line. That being said, this place is definitely worth the wait even if you have to sit in line for a bit. In addition to the biscuits, we recommend the always-flavorful pimento grilled cheese, as well as the Joe’s special with potatoes, cheese, avocado and eggs. Enjoy your trip to Counter Cafe East!
Here’s your chance to enjoy down home southern comfort food on one of the best outdoor patios in Austin. You might have to wait until the weather cools down a bit, but once it does, get to Jacoby’s post-haste. You’ll get generous portions for the price you pay, which means you might be able to snack on leftovers on your couch once you get home. If you only order one thing at Jacoby’s, make it the short ribs. Nowhere else does short ribs like Jacoby’s does. Try this eastside brunch spot next time you want awesome food in a lovely atmosphere.
Fast service, great location and a high-quality dirty chai latte? Sign us up. Cenote delivers that and more at their location in East Austin. Yelp reviewers recommend ordering the eggs florentine and the breakfast sandwich with chorizo. Truth be told, you’ll be satisfied with whatever you decide to eat at Cenote.
As always, we appreciate those of you that have come back week after week to read our most recent blog posts. If we’ve done our job, you should have a wide-variety of options next time your friends ask, “Where should we go for brunch?” If you enjoyed reading this week’s post, remember to check this page again in a couple weeks when we post our next blog. Also, be sure to follow Corazon on social media to stay up to date with all the events and special giveaways happening at the apartments Austin residents choose for luxurious eastside living.