The last thing we’d expect out of a brunch spot is quality barbecue, but it turns out that’s the specialty at Phoebe’s Diner on Oltorf. Along with classics like burgers and shrimp and grits, this ’50s-style diner serves house-smoked brisket, sausage, and bacon. If you need a bite of something sweet, make sure to get an order of deep fried French toast for the table. Just know that they close at 3pm, so plan accordingly.
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