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Visit The Top Five Brunch Spots in Lubbock

Café J:

Chicken and waffles. Need I say more? Sunday brunch at Café J includes a variety of food choices that are delicious. Customers can enjoy the typical brunch items, as well as more unique food choices such as lobster mac & cheese, baja fish tacos and more. It’s safe to say the most popular item on the brunch menu is the chicken and waffles, which includes fried chicken, Belgian waffles and warm maple syrup. You won’t want to pass up this great brunch spot.

The Crafthouse Gastropub

How’s this for brunch? Start off with toast and homemade jam, and fill up with truffled eggs, grilled quail n’ eggs or bread pudding french toast. Wash it down with Patty’s mimosas, a bloody mary or cucumber cool bellini. That’s how Crafthouse does brunch each Sunday. Come early, the line gets long quick!

The Funky Door Bistro & Wine Room:

Mimosas at Saturday brunch? Check. The Funky Door Bistro & Wine Room has you covered with their exceptional cocktails to enjoy with your meal. The brunch meal is seasonal, so customers can enjoy something new during different times of the year. Enjoy brunch with family and friends accompanied by live jazz music every Saturday.

Las Brisas Southwest Steak House:

For those looking for a heartier brunch, you gotta check out Las Brisas. They start your meal with banana nut bread. We recommend the prime rib and sweet potato pancakes, washed down with a mimosa, but if you are craving a brunch with the southwest flavor that Las Brisas is famous for, the huevos rancheros are a must try. Their patio is the perfect place to start your day with a wonderful view of the pond and waterfall. Las Brisas will keep you warm with outdoor heaters out so don’t be afraid to enjoy the patio on one of Lubbock’s cooler mornings.

  • 4701 112th St.
  • Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The West Table Kitchen and Bar

New to the Lubbock scene, The West Table mixes fine dining with a unique flair in the heart of downtown. If you’re looking to add a little variety to your typical brunch menu, this restaurant serves up crispy frog legs and grilled quail as a few appetizer choices. Brunch goers love their fried chicken and waffles or breakfast street tacos. The West Table only serves brunch on Sunday, so make your weekend plans now!

If you’re hungry for breakfast, lunch or dinner…and even just dessert, be sure to check out our list of restaurants in Lubbock. Happy brunch-ing!