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20 San Antonio Restaurants Serving Breakfast All Day So You Can Sleep In 

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Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but for y'all that love sleeping in, that's easy to ignore from the comfort of your bed. Plus, you have to admit that eating breakfast for dinner is such a treat. We've rounded up 20 San Antonio restaurants that serve breakfast all day long so you can enjoy your eggs, waffles, pancakes and more any time you want.
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Magnolia Pancake Haus
Multiple locations, magnoliapancakehaus.com
You’re guaranteed to have a long wait if you stop for brunch, but this 7am-2pm eatery is worth it. Enjoy the usual breakfast staples, but be sure to try the corned beef hash, banana’s foster French toast or lemon poppyseed waffle.
Photo via Instagram / gcarrizales
Panchos and Gringos
900 Nolan St., (210) 227-6700
Enjoy the “Panchos” side of this restaurant with all-day Mexican hot chocolate, breakfast tacos and huevos rancheros, divorciados, or a la Mexicana.
Photo via Instagram / southtexasfoodie
Pancake Joe’s
Multiple locations, pancakejoes-sa.com
Pancakes come in a number of flavors, including banana, triple berry, strawberry, chocolate chips, pecan, cinnamon roll and even bacon.
Photo via Instagram / sacurrent
Nicha’s Comida Mexicana
Multiple locations, nichas.com
While pancakes are only served until 2pm, you’ll be able to feast on some delicious Mexican breakfast plates. You can’t go wrong with the chilaquiles, machacado con huevo or chorizo con huevo. If you’re still hungry, choose from a respectable list of breakfast taco options.
Photo via Instagram / nency210
The South Chicken & Waffles
739 Callaghan Rd., Ste. 100, (210) 647-6677
Obviously, there’s chicken and waffles. But The South serves up the ‘Bama benedict, Gulf Coast shrimp and grits, berry shortcake French toast, and biscuits & gravy.
Photo via Instagram / sacurrent
The Hut Diner
1610 Fredericksburg Rd., (210) 649-8574
Find the classics here and enjoy – buttermilk pancakes, chicken and waffles, Texas French toast (?) and a croissant sandwich to name a few.
Photo via Instagram / claudinemeinhardtmusic
The Guenther House
205 E. Guenther St., (210) 227-1061, guentherhouse.com
While this riverside house is only open 7am-3pm, you’ll have plenty of breakfast platters to choose from. Specialties include buttermilk biscuits, the Southern sweet cream waffle, Pioneer pancakes and Pioneer-seasoned potatoes.
Photo via Instagram / lovebriecheese
Mi Tierra Cafe y Panaderia
218 Produce Row, (210) 225-1262, mitierracafe.com
Conveniently open 24 hours, Mi Tierra is a go-to for Mexican eats for when hunger strikes. Keep it light with pan dulce y cafe or load up with the chorizo Mexicano con huevo or however many breakfast tacos you can handle.
Photo via Instagram / ryuuseiu
Max & Louie’s New York Diner
226 W. Bitters Rd., (210) 483-7600, maxandlouiesdiner.com
Trade the Tex-Mex dishes for some NY-style eats. Try the salami and eggs, Challah French toast, cheese blintzes or a classic pancake stack. Treat yourself to a breakfast cocktails – like the Screwdriver, Bloody Mary or mimosa.
Photo via Instagram / maxandlouies
La Hacienda de los Barrios
18747 Redland Rd., (210) 497-8000, lahaciendabarrios.com
Under the “Buenos Dias” portion of the menu, you’ll find the Mexican breakfast classics – huevos rancheros, huevos a la Mexicana, chorizo con huevo, taquitos and chilaquiles.
Photo via Instagram / lahaciendabarrios
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La Villita Cafe
418 Villita St., (210) 223-4700, lavillitacafe.com
Enjoy freshly-made pastries, breakfast tacos or an omelette plate at this Downtown spot. Plus, daily specials (both happy hour and all-day) will make your visit all the more worthwhile.
Photo via Instagram / crystalfos
Chicago Bagel & Deli
10918 Wurzbach Rd. #132, (210) 691-2245
Single bagels are available for only 97 cents, or order them by half or full dozen. Flavors include garlic, onion, poppy, pumpernickel, egg, blueberry and plenty more. Toppings include butter, jelly, honey, butter or the ever-classic plain cream cheese.
Photo via Instagram / sarah.baade
NOLA Brunch & Beignets
111 Kings Ct., (210) 320-1572, eatatnola.com
An obvious option for brunch, this Nawlins spot is a brunch godsend. Unfortunately only open 8am-2pm, NOLA immediately got on our radar for its sugary beignets (try them stuffed with lemon curd!) and brunch Tuesday-Sunday. For something more filling (and maybe not so sweet), try the Blue Crab Omelette, Shrimp & Grits or Egg Rockafella.
Photo via Instagram / versonphoto
Mimi’s Cafe
17315 Frontage Rd., (210) 877-5792, mimiscafe.com
Enjoy breakfast all day, every day at Mimi’s. Dishes include traditional breakfast choices like the bacon avocado omelet and the corned beef hash benedict. You can go for something super sweet, like the malted berry waffles or go hearty with the steak and eggs.
Photo via Instagram / mimiscafe
Taqueria Datapoint
4063 Medical Dr., (210) 615-3644
Tacos, all day and night. Tacos, that are tasty AF. Tacos, why we love Taqueria Datapoint.
Photo via Instagram / juice247gp
Luther’s Cafe
1503 N. Main Ave., (210) 223-7727, lutherscafe.com
Whether you’re visiting during regular hours or stop in for late-night grub, you’ll be able to enjoy chicken & waffles, tacos or and Oreo waffle at this LGBT-friendly spot.
Photo via Instagram / cfperez13
First Watch
Multiple locations, firstwatch.com
Formerly known as The Egg and I, brunch-chain First Watch brings breakfast favorites right to your stomach. With 6 locations in the San Antonio area, the menu includes frittatas, power bowls, skillet hashes as well as healthy options.
Photo via Instagram / catguedea
Pete’s Tako House
502 Brooklyn Ave., (210) 224-2911, petestakohouse.com
These tacos are a necessity for some solid taqueria vibes in the downtown area. Choose from the classic bean and cheese combo or go with something more exciting like the machacado and egg variety.
Photo via Instagram / tacosntriggers
5 Points Local
1017 N. Flores St., (210) 267-2652, 5pointslocal.com
For healthy, but tasty breakfast options you can get any time of the day, swing by 5 Points Local. You’ll have to try the avocado toast, for sure. The rise & shine bowl and the empanada of the day are great picks too.
Photo via Instagram / mariemolde
Los Balito’s Taco Shop
Multiple locations, losbalitostacoshop.com
Formerly known as Los Robertos, this local taco shop chain comes through 24/7. Enjoy breakfast tacos and burritos in a dozen combinations, including machaca, migas & egg, papa ranchera and chorizo & egg. Oh, and you might as well treat yourself to the carne asada fries (they’re too good for words).
Photo via Instagram / oscar.dehoyos.9
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Magnolia Pancake Haus
Multiple locations, magnoliapancakehaus.com
You’re guaranteed to have a long wait if you stop for brunch, but this 7am-2pm eatery is worth it. Enjoy the usual breakfast staples, but be sure to try the corned beef hash, banana’s foster French toast or lemon poppyseed waffle.
Photo via Instagram / gcarrizales

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