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[HOU] Brunch or dinner at Hugo's?

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Knittingreader Jan 24, 2007 09:50 AM

We really want to try brunch at Hugo's, but are worried that it will be too crowded. Is it always busy there? I am looking for a relaxed atmostphere, which I know they have at dinner.

  1. Sahel578 Jan 26, 2007 07:29 AM

    I've not had brunch there, but did enjoy an excellent dinner. They have a wonderful wine list. And their desserts are to die for.

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      Frijole Jan 24, 2007 02:51 PM

      I have been to Hugo's for brunch on a Sunday and thoroughly enjoyed it. In fact, my brother ended up having them cater for his rehearsal dinner - outstanding food, really. Their tres leches is excellent as well - my favorite dessert. In terms of the crowd, it does get a bit crowded for brunch, but nothing that is overwhelming and obnoxious. We did not have to wait in long lines at all. When we were there, they had live music, so it was a bit loud if that is a huge concern but again like I said, not at all obnoxious. We had a lovely and relaxing time. Hope this helps and that you decide to give it a try.

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