Brunch-a bruncha burning love in Downtown Round Rock

April 28, 2017 | In Dining

Does hollandaise hold the key to your heart? Do mimosas make you merry? Is bacon the butter to your jam toast? If yes, these delicious downtown brunches are sure to put a smile on that beautiful benedict loving face of yours!

Urban eat.drink
110 S. Harris Street
Brunch Hours: Saturdays 9am to 2pm and Sunday 9am to 3pm

We absolutely adore having this place right at home here in Downtown Round Rock! Filament light fixtures and exposed wood combined with a collection of other modern touches bring an urban flavor to the quaint exterior that surrounds this culinary cottage. Add in a weekend brunch that comes complete with a Bloody Mary bar, shrimp and grits, chicken and waffles and a selection of six different burgers that’ll have your mouth waterin’ just looking at the menu, and you’ve got a winner!

Ajo Restaurant
121 East Main Street
Brunch Hours: Saturday and Sunday 11am to 3pm

What do you get when you combine fresh ingredients, down-home cookin’ and a chic upscale ambiance reminiscent of something you’d find in a hip Austin neighborhood? Ajo: A foodie heaven right smack dab in the middle of Main Street that gives you the best of both worlds – deliciously trendy cuisine in a small-town setting where you aren’t spending more on the parking than you are on your entrée. Oh, and their brunch is to die for, y’all. From the duck fat fried potatoes served with a poached egg, pork cracklins and a tarragon-onion dip, to the chorizo hash, rabbit and eggs, soft shell crab benedict and lobster mac, the menu here is sure to cure just about any craving!

The Scarlet Rabbit
410 West Main Street
Brunch Hours: Saturday and Sunday 10am to 3pm

Wonderland in Round Rock land? You betcha! The Scarlet Rabbit is a whimsical Texas bistro serving creative, regionally-inspired cuisine right at home here in Downtown Round Rock. An immersive trip down a culinary “rabbit hole,” this unexpectedly adventurous eatery has an epic patio, delectably delightful decor and an out-of-this-world brunch menu. When you’ve got crunchy chicken and cornbread waffles, fried oyster nachos, french toast on fresh-baked challah bread and scotch eggs, saying no just ain’t an option!


The Rock Sports Bar
114 East Main Street
Brunch Hours: Saturday and Sunday 9am to 2pm

Looking for a relaxed spot to grab a bite and slide into the weekend in perfect Round Rock style? Look no further than this hometown oasis where the food’s fresh, the faces are friendly and the drinks are served ice cold. Whether you’re kicking off a day of arm-chair quarterbacking or cheering on your kids (ahem future sports stars) at Old Settlers Park, the brunch menu here has everything you need to fuel your team. We go for the scratch-made migas served with warm tortillas, but they’ve got everything from breakfast skillets to pancakes, classic breakfast plates, chicken and waffles, tacos, omelettes and more!