10 Mouthwatering Brunch Spots to Celebrate Mom on Mother’s Day in El Paso
Mother's Day is one of the more brunchy holiday occasions on the calendar.
Luckily for the brunch-loving mom in your life, El Paso has a lot of great brunch spots that offer a variety of tasty takes on traditional brunch fares and some that present a more elevated, upscale take on the late-morning meal.
So, for the purposes of this list, I had Yelp aggregate the most popular brunch restaurants in the area based on user ratings.
Below, in no particular order, are the top 10 places the online foodie brigade recommends you treat mom for all the wonderful things she is.
And, word to the wise; if the place takes reservations I'd make one in advance. You don't want to keep mom waiting.
Taft Díaz - 209 N Stanton
If your mom is an adventurous eater and you want to make mom feel fancy take her to Taft Diaz inside the Stanton House Hotel downtown. Not only is it swanky, but it’s also praised and applauded for its innovative menu.
The Kitchen at 150 Sunset - 150 E Sunset Rd
Known and loved for its brunch, The Kitchen at 150 Sunset is across from The Substation where the popular "Greeting from El Paso" mural is.
Tucked inside a plant nursery and events venue, The Kitchen made Yelp’s 9th annual Top 100 US Restaurants list for its “creative omelets, pancakes, and sandwiches.”
Grove Brunch Cafe - 7470 Cimarron Market/12040 Tierra Este
Savage Goods – 1201 N. Oregon
Salt + Honey Bakery Café - 801 N Piedras
Crave Kitchen and Bar - 2260 N Zaragoza
A brunch hot spot and a local favorite. Eat This Not That!, a leading health and wellness brand, named their pancakes best in Texas.
Lola Rose - 7470 Cimarron Market
Vincent & Melo’s Craft House - 1691 N Zaragoza
CoCol Cafe - 10180 Socorro Rd in Socorro
D.H. Lescombes Winery & Bistro - 1720 Avenida de Mesilla in Old Mesilla
D. H. Lescombes was also named one of the Top 100 U.S. Restaurants. The bistro is an elegant, but low-key restaurant that serves amazing food and its wines are top-notch.
The restaurant has been around since the 1980s, but the family has been making wine for six generations