Port Aransas’s Best Homestyle Breakfast Spots
After slowly waking with the sun and enjoying the kaleidoscope of beautiful colors that is a Port Aransas sunrise, you’re sure to be hungry for some hot homestyle cooked breakfast to start the day off right. So, here we’ve complied a list of a few of the best “Mom could have made it” breakfast spots around town..maybe even better, but don’t tell Mom.
Firstly, Located right in the heart of Port Royal is The 361 Restaurant with a classic breakfast & brunch menu with champagne specials and a buffet every Sunday from 9am-2pm. When you’re looking for a good hearty breakfast with options from Texas shaped waffles to classic omelettes and our coconut french toast 361 has you covered beginning at 7am with the best outlook around you’ll be overlooking the largest pool in the Texas as well as the beach, east-side so you’re sure to catch the sunrising.
Avery’s is a quaint restaurant that opens at 7am and is located at 200 W avenue G. No website available for this one so you know it has to be a good local spot. All home cooked breakfast goodies available from omelettes to biscuits and gravy, so it’s all gravy and all delicious.
EAT’S-Port A, just like the name implies it’s a place to do a good amount of exactly that. Homestyle breakfast of course with their lunch menu including chicken salad or even shredded chicken tacos if it’s not breakfast you’re wanting they are available first thing in the morning. Open Wednesday-Sunday from 8am-1pm and located at 112 East White Avenue
If it’s pancakes bigger than your face you’re craving then Frankie’s Kitchen is the local gem you may be searching for, located at 717 Tarpon st. this spot is cash and check only joint with their eggs benedict being one of their most sought after menu items that make you forget you’re not in your mothers kitchen. Oh, and they serve breakfast all day!
For those who are bright eyed and bushy tailed a little earlier in the morning, Island Café is open at 6am located at 301 Alister St! For those searching for a good breakfast and coffee fix, this is an old time island local favorite. Their “super taquito” is known to many to be as large as what most would consider a burrito…but this is Texas so obviously everything has to be bigger, even the tacos.