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The 5 Best Breakfast Brunch Spots in Katy

The 5 Best Breakfast Brunch Spots in Katy
  • Great food: From breakfast entrees like eggs and toast to more savory options like tacos and burritos, the ideal breakfast brunch spot in Katy should have great brunch food options for us!
  • Drink options available: What goes with brunch? That’s right - mimosas! We’re not asking for places with bottomless mimosas (though that’ll be a plus!), but they should still have lots of drink options to choose from as well.
  • Beautiful atmosphere: No matter where you choose to sit down in, a beautiful atmosphere is a must for the ideal breakfast brunch spot! Nothing beats eating your brunch in a welcoming spot, after all!
  • Open space: No matter how beautiful a breakfast brunch spot’s atmosphere may be, it will be for nothing if you have to cramp yourself on a tight, little space - thus, we’re looking for breakfast brunch spots in Katy with a nice open space!

1.) Toasted Yolk Cafe

1.) Toasted Yolk Cafe

Credit: Toasted Yolk Cafe

Website: The Toasted Yolk

Address: 98 W Grand Parkway S #100 Katy, TX 77494

Contact info: (281) 968-0883

Operating hours:  Monday – Sunday: 7:00 AM-3:00 PM

Google Reviews Score4.4/5
Yelp Reviews Score4.1/5
Facebook Reviews Score4/5
Total Reviews4.2/5
Score Consistency4.2/5


  • Specialty egg brunch options are a must-try
  • A wide array of drink options
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Gluten-free toasts for an extra $1


  • Long waitlist

An “egg-ceptional” breakfast brunch spot in Katy, you might expect that Toasted Yolk Cafe offers plenty of egg dishes on their brunch menu. And though you’ll be right, they also offer a lot of drinks to help jumpstart your afternoon with a buzz.

As their name suggests, they have lots of egg brunch options to try out. But if you want the compromise between value for money and flavor, then go with their Brisket Tacos. The briskets are tender, and the scrambled eggs are soft and cheesy, which we like.

They have drink options too – if you want a great go-go juice for your mornings, then getting their Cafe Au Lait is our pick. It mellows down their coffee without completely diluting it, which can really get you started in the mornings.

But if you want something that can give you a buzz, then their Spiked Cold Brew is a great choice. It gives you the energy that you get from a cup of coffee and the 1876 Texas Vodka gives it an even stronger punch.

The only thing that we didn’t like about Toasted Yolk Cafe is that their waitlist can be long, depending on the time and date. They update their current waitlist if you Google them and search for the branch you’ll be visiting, but otherwise, it can still be a hassle.

Then again, their food is excellent – “egg-cellent,” rather – and if you’re on a gluten-free diet, then they charge only a dollar more for gluten-free toasts which is a nice gesture for gluten-free folks out there!

2.) Black Bear Diner

2.) Black Bear Diner

Credit: Black Bear Diner

Website: Black Bear Diner

Address: 24600 Katy Fwy Ste 900 Katy, TX 77494

Contact info: (281) 574-7902

Operating hours:  Monday – Sunday: 6:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Google Reviews Score4.4/5
Yelp Reviews Score3.8/5
Facebook Reviews Score4/5
Total Reviews4.1/5
Score Consistency4.1/5


  • All-day breakfast
  • Meals are filling
  • Lots of variety in food
  • Bear’s choice can be customized
  • Great breakfast add-ons


  • Some items have lots of calories
  • No drink options

If a buzzed-up brunch is not your thing, then you can rest assured that Black Bear Diner can help provide you with an excellent, all-American brunch experience for you!

We really liked their brunch approach. They’re not like other breakfast brunch spots in Katy that offer drinks that offer alcoholic beverages that can (and. will) give you a buzz – they’re more like a traditional American Diner that offers all-day breakfasts.

But their excellent food more than makes up for their lack of alcoholic beverages! Their signature Bear’s Choice with Sweet Cream Waffles and Thick-Cut French Toast is filling and delicious, and you can get their eggs in any style you want, too! 

However, though Black Bear Diner’s brunch food is great, it’s not recommended for calorie counters out there. They kindly put their food’s calories on their menu which is great, but a thousand calories a meal can put your diet at risk.

But if you don’t care about that, then they’re great! They have lots of food variety, especially for a brunch spot in Katy. Most of them are filling and tasty, and you have to try their Southern Scramble if you want a traditional American diner dining experience! 

3.) First Watch

3.) First Watch

Credit: First Watch

Website: First Watch

Address: 23659 Katy Freeway Katy, TX 77494

Contact info: 346-998-6330

Operating hours: Monday – Sunday: 7:00 AM – 2:30 PM

Google Reviews Score4.7/5
Yelp Reviews Score4.1/5
Facebook Reviews Score4/5
Total Reviews4.4/5
Score Consistency4.4/5


  • Healthy, delicious food
  • The kid’s menu has great variety
  • Great pick-me-up meals
  • Egg dishes are a must-try


  • Early closing time
  • Inconvenient location

A more health-oriented breakfast brunch spot in Katy, First Watch offers a unique twist on brunch that’s both healthy AND delicious, not one way or the other!

Yes, they still have all the usual brunch options that you can think of. Bacon, bagels, pancakes and waffles, and all that jazz. But what makes them unique are the menu items from the “Healthier Side,” which is an all-organic, less-calorie spin on brunch food.

We really liked the Power Wrap. They use tomato basil tortilla as opposed to the typical corn tortilla, and that not only has fewer calories but also has a sweeter flavor profile which goes with the turkey breast and their homemade pico de gallo.

The best part is – they don’t upcharge you a ridiculous amount of money for their healthy alternatives. The Power Wrap costs $14, and to put that to perspective, you’ll be paying less for most of their menu, And as far as we can see, it’s just as filling!

Then again, they do close relatively early compared to other breakfast brunch restaurants in Katy so you’ll have to move fast if you want their food. And they’re right beside the interstate which can be a bit inconvenient.

But early closing time and being beside the interstate aside, visiting them is worth it. If you’re an egg fanatic, then you should try out their Classic Benedict. Their hollandaise sauce is just the right amount of buttery for us, and the smoked ham is really good, too!

Plus, your kids will have a great time too since they have a great kid’s menu, too! We were told that their French Toasts are good, and the bacon is nice and crispy as well.

4.) Dish Society

4.) Dish Society

Credit: Dish Society

Website: Dish Society

Address: 2643 Commercial Center Blvd.,Ste. B350, Katy, TX 77494

Contact info: 281-394-7555

[email protected]

Operating hours: Sunday – Thursday: 7:00 AM – 9:00 PM

Friday – Sunday:7:00 AM – 10:00 PM

Google Reviews Score4.1/5
Yelp Reviews Score3.9/5
Facebook Reviews Score4.3/5
Total Reviews4.1/5
Score Consistency4.1/5


  • Farm-to-table food
  • Lots of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Menus have lots of variety
  • Salads have great flavors


  • Expensive pricing on the salad

Unlike other breakfast brunch spots in Katy, we really liked Dish Society’s fresh, farm-to-table approach to brunch.

Dish Society prides themselves in using locally grown produce to make their food. They partner up with plenty of local farms all over Texas (you can read about it on their website!) to give everyone trying out their food a great, fresh dining experience.

And from our experience? It works – their food is great! Their wide selection of menu items means that there’s something for everyone, and they also have great drink options to go with that, too! 

Our picks? Order their Dish Society Burger and an Iced Americano. Their in-house dill pickles gives their burger a really nice crunch, and the Americano isn’t that watered down, which we liked. And you can get their burger for $15, which is a steal!

We also have to give it to their alcoholic beverages, too! Dish Society has a nice list of craft beers and house cocktails, but their Texas Old Fashioned is our top pick. They don’t have mimosas on their menu, but it’s not a big deal.

Their Crispy Chicken Kale Salad is good too! Take a spoonful of the chicken, kale, romaine hearts, and spiced chickpeas, and you can tell that it costs the same as the burger. It’s tasty, and the dressing gives it this nice touch, but a bit too pricey for us.

5.) Snooze AM Eatery

5.) Snooze AM Eatery

Credit: Snooze AM Eatery

Website: Snooze A.M. Eatery:

Address: 23501 Cinco Ranch Boulevard Katy, TX 77494

Contact info: (281) 394-7780

Operating hours: Monday – Friday: 6:30 AM – 2:30 PM

Saturday – Sunday: 6:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Google Reviews Score4.3/5
Yelp Reviews Score4/5
Facebook Reviews Score3.9/5
Total Reviews4.1/5
Score Consistency4.1/5


  • Vegan menu available
  • Specialty pancakes are great
  • Specialty pancakes help the community
  • Brewmosa is a great twist on Mimosas
  • The “Compass” is great for indecisive eaters


  • $15 Omelets

If you’re browsing Snooze AM Eatery’s online menu and can’t decide what to eat (and with their menu, we can’t blame you for that), then their website’s compass feature can help you pick out your food for you on your visit! 

They also have a “pancake of the week,” which as of the time of writing is a Cinnamon Toast Pancake. We liked it, since the cinnamon flavor doesn’t overwhelm the pancake even if the entire plate is drowning in cinnamon. The cinnamon toast bits is a nice touch.

And by eating one, you’ll help the community as well. Snooze AM Eatery gives $.25 back to their community for each pancake they sell. A breakfast brunch spot in Katy with great pancakes for a cause? Sign us up!

They also have plenty of options for vegans, too! Our best pick has to go with their Garden Harvest Omelet – and before you comment, they can change the omelet to a tofu scramble which still fits the dietary restriction.

Their omelets are also nice but can set you back at least $15 – and that’s without the add-ons. Yes, their Spuds Deluxe is great and has lots of cheese and hash browns, but we still found the $15 asking price to be a bit rich.

We also have to mention their Brewmosa – .aka, a mix between a beer and an orange juice. It doesn’t sound that great when we write it down, but you have to try it out! It has a unique flavor profile, and the orange juice’s sweet overrides the beer’s bitter.

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