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Love Brunch? Tickets for “The Morning After, a Houston Press Brunch Event” Now on Presale

Considering that it's often made up of easy-to-love dishes like pancakes, waffles, bacon, baked eggs and mimosas, brunch may be the best meal of the week. Now, there's a brand-new event to celebrate it. “The Morning After, A Houston Press Brunch Event,” brings together some of the best restaurants in Houston under one roof. Attendees will be able to experience dishes ranging from savory to sweet from many Houston restaurants all at the same time. This grand gathering will be at Bayou City Events Center Pavilion, 9401 Knight, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Tickets are now available at early-bird prices. Visit the website and use code HOUBRUNCH to gain access to the presale. General admission tickets, currently at a special price of $25, include food, beer, wine tastes, liquor samples and live music. Opting for the $55 VIP admission ticket allows for entry 30 minutes early (11 a.m. instead of 11:30 a.m.).

Some of the restaurants already confirmed are among the hottest spots in town and include our recent top brunch pick for 2016, Brennan’s of Houston. Here are other noteworthy participants who will provide samples of the brunch dishes they are proud of:

Añejo Tex-Mex
Cyclone Anaya's
Harold’s Restaurant & Tap Room
Harvest Organic Grille
Holley’s Seafood Restaurant & Oyster Bar
Max’s Wine Dive
Seasons 52 Fresh Grill
The Tasting Room

Be sure to take advantage of the presale for what's certain to be a fun addition to the many entertaining and popular events the Houston Press hosts every year. 

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