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Breakfast- austin texas

Studious32 Jul 8, 2008 09:49 PM

I am getting married in austin and need places to have a breakfast- something tasty and inexpensive would be nice. Also a buffet of a sort would rock! we are staying in the downtown area any suggestions would be helpful and if it tasty a tiny drive would be fine.

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  1. AustinJohn RE: Studious32 Jul 9, 2008 06:27 AM

    Juan in a Million is close to downtown and has a nice little house that would probably work for your group.

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      chub512 RE: Studious32 Jul 9, 2008 11:41 AM

      Las Manitas on Congress is a fave of mine.

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        Paul Silver RE: Studious32 Jul 9, 2008 05:47 PM

        On Sunday there are above average brunch buffets downtown at Moonshine ($15), Lamberts ($25), Trio ($50)
        Average buffets may be available at Hickory Street, Omni Hotel and "Eighteenth Over Austin" (Hilton Garden Inn) and other Hotels.

        For Downtown Non Buffet Breakfasts consider: Driskill, Las Manitas, Austin Java, Katz' Deli.

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          italyvespa RE: Paul Silver Jul 10, 2008 08:06 AM

          I second the Moonshine Sunday Brunch. You get the most bang for your buck here verses any other downtown Sunday brunch. You should go there first and check it out. Not only is the selection outstanding but the food is fantastic.

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          taliesin15 RE: Studious32 Jul 10, 2008 08:23 AM

          Another place close to downtown has a splendid Sunday brunch: East Side Cafe (also the best salads in town, IMHO).

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            Mary Pat RE: Studious32 Jun 8, 2009 12:01 PM

            Threadgill's south of the river has a good brunch on Sunday, sometimes with a gospel choir.

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              sbhlaw RE: Studious32 Jun 15, 2009 05:07 PM

              anyone heard any word on las manitas opening back up? i would pay just about any amount of money to have it back in some form or fashion. i emailed them at their wesbite and never heard a response -- not a good sign i guess

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