Set Your Alarm Clocks for Brunch in Austin 7 Days a Week

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Snooze, an A.M. Eatery, is a paradise, even if you’re not a morning person

The mocha of your dreams just came true.

There is something about weekends that I always look forward to: brunch. It’s that fancy meal that indulges your five senses on special occasions. During my recent travels to Denver, I recognized several factors that reminded me of my hometown in Austin. Perhaps it was the cool, laid-back culture, plenty of outdoor adventures, the love for nature, and the obsession with dogs. So when I learned that brothers Jon and Adam Schlegel, founders of Austin’s breakfast and lunch mini-chain Snooze, an A.M. Eatery, were originally from Denver, I couldn’t help but smile. It made sense that this restaurant serving delectable breakfast and brunch would translate easily from Denver to Austin. That Denver and Austin shared the concept is a recipe for success. Snooze’s mission is to evolve the morning dining experience through culinary innovation, an eclectic and energetic atmosphere, comfortable setting, and friendly service.

Snooze, an A.M. Eatery, serves comfort Southern food that can perfectly pair with a sparkling mimosa. The dreamy artisan mocha decorated with hearts can make you fall in love all over again. Walking into the restaurant feels like a ray of sunshine. Better yet, its farm-to-table philosophy suits the Austin culture through and through. Enjoy Juan’s breakfast tacos whipped with farm-fresh cage-free eggs. The breakfast pot pie is a fascinating combination of homemade rosemary sausage gravy smothering a flaky puff pastry, topped with a sunny-side up egg, complete with a side of hash browns. For vegetarians, the menu offers faux meats including soyrizo and tofu.

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No more need to wait for Saturday or Sunday to enjoy brunch; Snooze has you covered seven days a week.