Looking for a new go to brunch spot? Fort Worth has you covered. For a casual homestyle meal to an extra boujee brunch moment with a champagne tower, use this list to find your ideal weekend meal. Whether you're vegan or a meat lover, there is something on every menu that you'll love! 

Updated August 2023



B&B Butchers

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With white tablecloths and a sleek marble bar, B & B Butchers is THE sophisticated spot for an upscale brunch. They have mastered the brunch cocktail line up, from the classic bellini to an extra special bloody mary bottle service! Start by splitting the monkey bread or nutella pizza, then move to one of the six eggs benedict dishes on the menu or the apple crisp waffle for some extra sweetness. If you're feeling extra boujee, add some caviar onto any entree to give it an extra somethin' somethin'! 

Clearfork | Directions



brewed fort worth

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With breakfast served all day, this Southside spot is brewin' up a killer brunch any day of the week. Known for their phenomenal food presentation, the pulled pork hash and the chicken & mac n cheese waffle are two uniquely delicious brunch items that you don't want to miss out on! Sip on a glass or carafe of their brunch champagne cocktails in the cute dining room or out on the cozy outdoor patio for the perfect brunch moment. 

Southside | Directions



Cafe Modern

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Inside the majestic Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, this cafe is not your average museum eatery. You'll feel like you've been transported to a different world with the sleek all-glass exterior overlooking the serene water. Wolfgang Puck trained chef, Jett Mora, puts his spin on comfort food with global flares. From Pork Belly Benedict to Birria Beef Migas, it's the perfect fuel for your day exploring Fort Worth.  

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Feel like the coolest cat in town when you head to the Cat City Grill for your weekend brunch. Munch on a brunch burger or steak & eggs before ending with a sweet cinnamon roll that is truly the icing on the cake! Make it a boozy brunch with their $3 brunch cocktails, including their famous bloody mary with a presentation so fantastic you'll want it all over your Instagram story!

Magnolia | Directions


Esperanza's Restaurant & Bakery

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Sister restaurant to Joe T. Garcia’s, Esperanza’s is authentic Mexican food in a cozy atmosphere that clearly puts tradition first. This family ran restaurant has won a James Beard Foundation award for Excellence and has been serving Fort Worth since 1935. If you’re looking for true huevos rancheros and migas, look no further!

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Head on down to the Shops at Clearfork for a true Southern gem. With brunch served every day of the week, Fixe knows what the people want! The deviled eggs are a work of art and the perfect starter before indulging in their famous buttermilk fried chicken or shrimp and grits. The classic old fashioned biscuits are a must at any time of day, but be sure to add all the fixin's for the best buttery bite of your life!

Clearfork | Directions


HG Sply Co.

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Trendsetters of whole and clean eating, HG Sply Co. delivers a menu that is packed with well sourced ingredients and minimally processed food. They make it easy to choose a healthy but delicious dish from their “Hunted” or “Gathered” sides of the menu. Plus enjoy your clean but boozy brunch on their beautiful patio overlooking the Trinity River!

River Run | Directions





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This quaint bistro on Camp Bowie Boulevard is a Fort Worth staple that has been serving up some of the best breakfast foods in town since 1993. Picture checkered tablecloths and historical photos lining the walls. Head to Lucile's on weekends for homestyle comfort food like their famous four types of eggs benedict, or a nostalgic strawberry waffle that'll make you feel right at home! 

Camp Bowie District | Directions


Maria’s Mexican Kitchen

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Get ready to be transported to a beautiful Mexican oasis as soon as you step inside Maria’s. From their velvet green couches to their eclectic tiled patio, you’ll come for the meal but stay for the aesthetics! This authentic family kitchen serves up all the best dishes, like Huevos Rancheros, Mexico City Chilaquiles and Sopes Benedict. Don’t miss their incredible cocktails either, we know you’ll want to sip and stay in this Spanish resort-like restaurant.

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pancakes at Ol' south pancake house Fort Worth

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This classic University pancake house has been a local hotspot for the past fifty years and is considered a Fort Worth landmark. Open 24 hours a day, get your breakfast fix in at all times. Although breakfast is their specialty, make it a brunch with one of their delicious pancakes, waffles, crepes and omelets. You must try the world famous German pancake, but if you your sweet tooth is somehow not satisfied after that, get yourself a pecan pie!

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Not only does Press Cafe have one of the most aesthetic patios in town, but their brunch is phenomenal. Their menu features a mix of both breakfast and lunch options with an epic hydration station so you can get your essential mimosa or coffee fix. Some must try items are the egg in a hole, classic avocado toast and their quiche of the day is a must try! 

Clearfork | Directions



brunch at pacific table Fort Worth

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From 10am-3pm, enjoy a weekend brunch with all of your favorites at this sleek spot at University Park Village. Serving a mix of modern Pacific Northwest cuisine, the eclectic brunch menu features items from the classic breakfast sandwich to the epic breakfast burger on a toasted english muffin. No matter which delicious dish you choose, this brunch does not disappoint!  

University | Directions



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Craving biscuits and gravy in this cowtown?! Raeta is your stop for true Texas cuisine, located near Sundance Square. This legendary menu packs a punch with its Stuffed French Toast and Fried Quail and Waffles. There is no bad seat in the downtown multi-stories restaurant with a casual Texas elegance. 

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Righteous Foods

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Looking to stick to a cleaner and lighter meal without sacrificing taste and deliciousness?! Righteous Foods is the ultimate healthy but oh-so-good brunch stop with the cutest intimate patio of succulents! Open 8am-9pm most days, they are best known for their hearty brunch bowls such as the Paleontology, Green Egg Chilquiles & Ham, or Organic Acai Bowl – but don’t miss out on their amazing tacos and sides too. It smells straight up like a Jamba Juice in there and you’ll love their bright and natural atmosphere.

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Who said healthy food can't taste amazing? Spiral Diner makes your favorite comfort foods with whole ingredients that will leave you feeling satisfied. With breakfast served all day every day, don't wait until the weekend for your ideal brunch moment. Even though their entire menu is plant based, you don't have to be vegan to love it! Some fan favorites for brunch are the Potato Breakfast Tacos, Tofu Scramble, and the Breakfast Quesadilla!  

Magnolia | Directions



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From 9am-3pm on weekends, The Tavern will be your next go to brunching spot! Serving American cuisine with a Southwestern flare, try the Mexican Migas or the nostalgic blueberry pancakes and frosted flake french toast. With a greyhound or an armeta's margarita in hand, pose for the best photo ops with their stunning Southern chic decor!

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Enjoy mouth watering empanadas at the one and only Tinie’s on South Main Street! This fine Mexican restaurant has a rustic and romantic atmosphere, plus a second floor composed of a lovely bar and covered patio. Try their innovative take on classic brunch dishes like their Queso Fundido, Papas y Hongos Bravas and Masa Pancakes. P.S. if you’re ever looking to plan a fun intimate meal with friends, their second floor patio has an unbeatable atmosphere.

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Toro Toro

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Head over to Sundance Square in downtown Fort Worth on Sundays for the bottomless brunch of your dreams. With its Mexican and Peruvian-inspired Latin American cuisine, Toro Toro keeps things spicy with a Latin DJ that'll turn your boozy brunch into a party! Pair your brisket benedict with a mango or passionfruit mimosa and dance the Sunday Scaries away.

Sundance Square | Directions



Winslow's wine cafe fort worth

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For the perfect mix of classy and casual, Winslow's is right up your alley. While the brunch pizza and cowtown tacos are excellent choices, the Texas Hash is the ultimate Winslow's brunch item to add a little spice to your day. After sipping on your favorite glass of wine, order an espresso martini or a brunch 75 while nibbling on a charcuterie board out on their stellar patio!

Camp Bowie District | Directions



wishbone & Flynt

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Satisfy your brunch bone at Fort Worth favorite, Wishbone & Flynt, where all of their food is made from scratch, so you know it's gotta be good. Their seasonal menu features globally inspired plates from the sweet dutch baby and s'mores french toast, to the savory chilaquiles and pork schnitzel. To top it off, order a mimosa or their bloody mary that's a masterpiece in itself!

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