Photo courtesy Colleen's Kitchen
Weekend brunch has long been an ATX tradition, and we’ve been seriously craving some migas and mimosas! Some of the best restaurants in Austin are offering their signature brunch dishes for pickup and delivery, so you can have a stellar backyard brunch while social distancing. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite brunches to go in town:

Launderette 

The east side darling’s brunch to-go is available Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The menu includes favorites like Buttermilk Pancakes and Salmon Gravlax, as well as some new offerings like the English Muffin Sammie, Frittata, and Rainbow Bowl. They’re also offering brunch cocktail kits for Blood Marys and Mimosas. Guests can order Launderette Brunch & Lunch To-Go online, through Favor or by calling the restaurant at 512-382-1599. Pick-up will feature Contactless Curbside Service where guests can stay in their car and follow the posted directions to pick-up their order.
Photo courtesy of Launderette

The Peached Tortilla

Always a crowd pleaser, The Peached Tortilla is offering Sunday brunch for delivery or pickup from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Available on their online ordering platform along with delivery by Favor/UberEats. Signature brunch dishes include Korean Steak & Eggs, Summer Miso Pork Hash, Kimchi Spam Fried Rice, as well as brunch family meals. They’re also offering Wasabi Bloody Maria package (comes with a 375ml of espolon tequila) and a Mimosa Package (comes with a bottle of champagne and OJ).
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 Jack Allen’s 

Try out the Sunday brunch pack to go that feeds 4-5 people for $80. Their brunch package includes pastries, cured glazed ham, mushroom dijon chicken, and migas with tortillas. Orders must be placed by Thursday by calling your nearest Jack Allen’s. 
Perhaps the most iconic Sunday brunch in Austin, Moonshine brunch can be picked up curbside at their downtown or Avery Ranch locations. Their spicy Bloody Marys and bourbon slushes are also available to go. Offered on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., preorders are welcome by calling 512-551-8669 or order online at moonshinegrill.com. 

Foreign & Domestic

If you’re looking for a fancier brunch, order Sunday brunch online from Foreign & Domestic. Enjoy crepes, frittatas, Benedicts, chicken biscuits, pork & grits, and pastrami hash and eggs. Order online for pickup or delivery. 

Guero’s 

Craving Tex Mex? Güero’s serves breakfast and margaritas all day, every day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and menu items include breakfast tacos, migas, huevos rancheros, and huevos mexicanas. Pick up to-go and order online or by calling (512) 447-7688.
Photo, courtesy Guero’s

Rebel Cheese

This new all-vegan wine and cheese bar serves up brunch Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for curbside to-go or local delivery. Alongside mimosa kits, brunch dishes include Flake and Bake: crispy hand-cut pig-less bacon, creamy cheddar, avocado, tomato, harmless egg, on local croissant; Sir Loxalot: marinated tomato lox, capers, cultured cream cheese, fresh herbs, and thinly sliced red onion on local Rockstar Bagel, and a Twisted Sam: harmless eggs with Rebel Bacon and melted Rebel Cheddar topped with arugula and black garlic aioli. 

Café No Sé

The South Congress cafe has brunch items to go every day, including fresh baked pastries, Ricotta Hotcakes, Sweet Potato Hash, Grilled Cheese Breakfast Sandwiches, and Avocado Toast. These brunch items are available to-go daily, from 7am-8pm. Orders can be placed over the phone for pick-up by calling 512.942.2061 or placed through Favor for delivery.

Uncle Nicky’s

This Hyde Park staple offers amazing Italian-style brunch plates every day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. including Taylor ham, egg and cheese breakfast sandwich, mini frittatas, yogurt parfaits, and pastries like crueller, and coffee cake muffins; plus regular menu items like sandwiches, salads, pastas, and pane tostatos. Order online for pickup. 
Photo courtesy Uncle Nicky’s

 Colleen’s Kitchen

Located on Aldrich St. in Mueller, Colleen’s Kitchen serves brunch on Sundays, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the hands-free walk-up window. The menu is full of southern brunch classics like buttermilk biscuits with tomato jam, fried green tomatoes, deviled eggs, buttermilk fried chicken + waffles, shrimp and grits, plus family meal deals. Order online for pickup.
Photo courtesy Colleen’s Kitchen

Want to make brunch extra special? Pair it with a frozen cocktail to-go.

Chelsea has been doing local hospitality and lifestyle PR and events for over eight years and has been instrumental in building awareness and loyalty around some of Austin’s most well-known brands. She also runs her own PR and digital media agency, MYLK Collective.