Best of Houston

Best Of Houston® 2019: Best Breakfast

Choose one outrageously good pancake, or get a flight of three.
Choose one outrageously good pancake, or get a flight of three. Photo by Ashley Davis Photography
Best Breakfast: Snooze, an A.M. Eatery

Open bright and early at 6:30 a.m. seven days a week, you won’t want to hit the snooze button on this fan favorite. The burgeoning breakfast empire hasn't lost its luster judging by the line that forms outside all four locations on weekends (don’t worry, there’s free coffee while you wait). Stop by and dive on into hollandaise-smothered eggs Benny, smashed avocado toast and trios of pancakes that come as big as the plate, each buttery number properly decked out in flavors from chocolate chip and blueberry danish to pineapple upside down cake. Those looking for a little extra pep in their morning step can wake up with a local cold brew, velvety latte or rum-kissed drunken chai.

Snooze, An A.M. Eatery
600 West Sam Houston Parkway North, Suite 500, Houston

3217 Montrose Boulevard, Suite 100, Houston

718 West 18th, Suite A, Houston

23501 Cinco Ranch Boulevard, Suite K100, Katy

5000 Westheimer, Suite 120, Houston

820 Bay Area Boulevard, Suite 100, Clear Lake

Readers' Choice: Tacos A Go Go
3704 Main, Houston

2912 White Oak, Houston

910 Louisiana, Houston (One Shell Plaza)

3401 West TC Jester, Houston

23701 Cinco Ranch, Suite 140, Katy
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