Hugo’s is a Montrose institution where you go when you want to eat a lot of Mexican food in a more upscale space - think chandeliers and lots of ivy. They’re known for their table-side shaken margaritas and traditional dishes like ceviche and mole poblano, along with one of the best tree-covered patios in town, but more than any of that, it’s their Sunday brunch buffet that sets them apart. It’s $35, includes more than 20 dishes like chilaquiles, duck carnitas, and tamales, and is exactly where you should eat on a Sunday when your only plans afterward are sitting and/or sleeping.
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The Hay Merchant in Montrose has 80 beers on tap, a huge patio, and unique barn snacks like a roasted pig’s head.
La Guadalupana Cafe And Bakery
La Guadalupana is where to go in Montrose for homestyle Mexican food, including breakfast all-day.
Anvil Bar & Refuge
Anvil Bar & Refuge is one of the best bars in the city, with a long list of cocktails, knowledgeable bartenders, and a Captain’s List of rare spirits.
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El Tiempo Cantina
El Tiempo Cantina is where to go for queso and fajitas before a long night of bar-hopping on Washington Ave.
Last Concert Cafe
Last Concert Cafe is a historic music venue and Mexican restaurant located just north of Downtown.
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The Original Ninfa’s On Navigation
The Original Ninfa’s on Navigation is where to go in Downtown for fajitas, margaritas, and a great outdoor patio.
State Of Grace
State of Grace is where to go in River Oaks for oysters, wine, and elevated hill country classics.
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