The Morning After

Check Out the Latest Restaurants That Will Be at The Morning After Brunch Event

Get ready for a really good time.
Get ready for a really good time. Photo by Eric Sauseda

click to enlarge Get ready for a really good time. - PHOTO BY ERIC SAUSEDA
Get ready for a really good time.
Photo by Eric Sauseda
We're heading for the home stretch for The Morning After, the annual brunch event from the Houston Press with an updated list of restaurants that have signed on to be there. Tickets are available online.

On Saturday, September 29 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. the event presented by Whole Foods Market will be held at the Bayou City Event Center Pavilion, 9404 Knight. VIP ticket holders will get to come in a half hour earlier.

Besides the food, drink samples and music you can secure a perfect mimosa at the Bubbly Bar with champagne by Korbel and juices and fruit by Whole Foods Market. Or build your own Bloody Mary with Bloody Revolution,  A variety of brunch drinks will be provided by Deep Ellum Brewing Company, Galliano, Jack Daniel’s, Blue Chair Bay Rum, and others.

The AmCap VIP admission tickets at $65 include entry into the event at 11 a.m. Included in the price are bottomless brunch bites from more than 20 of Houston’s hottest brunch spots, alongside brunch cocktail samples plus four drink tickets as well as in and out access to the AmCap VIP Lounge with an exclusive VIP Private Bar. Additional drink tickets are available for purchase at the event.


The $40 general admission tickets include entry into the event at 11:30 a.m. Included in the price are the same bottomless brunch bites and cocktail samples plus four drink tickets, and entertainment. Additional drink tickets are available for purchase at the event.

Participating Restaurants:
Bellagreen
Blonde Biscotti
Boheme
Bosscat Kitchen & Libations
Broken Barrel
Bundt Cake-A-Holic
Cochinita & Co
DR Delicacy
Earthcraft Juicery
Helen in the Heights
Hugo's
Juice Girl
Max's Wine Dive
The Melt on Wheels
Mia Bella Trattoria
Over the Moon
Ouisie’s Table
Peli Peli
Pena's Donuts & Diner
Pollo Campero
Prohibition
Snooze AM Eatery
Spicy Bear
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