Check Out These Brunch Spots in Galveston

Friends out together at a great brunch spot. They're drinking brunch beverages: mimosas, iced t, lemonade, and a cape cod.

Once the largest city in Texas, today’s Galveston is a haven for history, food, and fun. When moving to Galveston, you become a part of the original “Playground of the South.” However, all that fun on magnificent beaches will make you hungry for some brunch. Here are three of the best brunch spots in Galveston:

Casual Brunch at Farley Girls Cafe

Farley Girls Cafe has brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 7:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., but they also serve breakfast all day, every day. You order at the counter from a selection that includes pizza, classic breakfast options, unique benedicts, and local Texas coast favorites. Although it’s a casual dining experience, the open room, naturally lit by high, multi-colored windows, conveys simple elegance.

Daily Brunch Specials at Sunflower Bakery and Cafe

For daily brunch specials served until 3:00 p.m. and casual atmosphere, head over to Sunflower Bakery and Cafe. The natural sunlight, light yellow walls, and open dining area will make you feel like you’re on a picnic.  The family-owned bakery and cafe locally sources its ingredients and consistently updates its menu catering towards locals and visitors alike.

Sophisticated Brunch at Porch Cafe and Bistro

Appreciate “A Simple Life by the Sea” at Porch Cafe and Bistro. This fine-dining cafe feels like it is in the dining area of a historic Texas mansion. This is the perfect spot for a sophisticated brunch. On Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 3:00 p.m., you can enjoy breakfast and lunch with a beautiful view of the water. Also, with a short walk to the beach, it is the perfect venue for formal beachside events.

No matter the budget or desired atmosphere, Galveston has what you are looking for. Whether you already live in the city or are new to Galveston, contact us at Club of the Isle to schedule a tour of our luxurious community. We’d love to welcome you to come live the island life.


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