Rise and shine! Here is a complete list of where to find the best breakfast restaurants in Fort Worth!
Fort Worth is swarming with dozens of fantastic breakfast options from pancakes to breakfast tacos to biscuits and gravy, and today we’re sharing a collection of some of the absolute best you can find in the city that will have your taste buds thanking you.
The Best Brunch in Fort Worth
Below you’ll find all the best places to brunch in Fort Worth. Whether you are looking for a casual brunch to catch up with old friends or going solo, you’ll find the perfect spot in Cowtown.
Below is a list of the 21 best breakfasts in Fort Worth that are worth waking up for!
Fort Worth Breakfast Restaurants
This a classic restaurant with great service where you can get a good breakfast. They offer up the traditional French toast, hash browns, breakfast sausage, and everything in between.
Sure they are famous for their Black Forest Cake, but you can’t go wrong with their breakfast! They serve up great omelets and have a large selection of coffee and espresso.
This no-frills restaurant is known for its bagels. But can also order up eggs, omelets, and some Tex-Mex menu options.
This is the place to come for comfort food. They use farm-raised and seasonal ingredients in every meal item.
Customer favorites are the avocado toast and breakfast tacos.
The menu item that you need to order at least once is the breakfast Monte Cristo – brioche French toast around bacon, ham, and eggs covered in powdered sugar. YUM!
You know when you see pies listed on the breakfast menu, it’s going to be good! But don’t worry, you can still order bacon and eggs.
A retro diner with old-school arcade games is always a family favorite. They offer all the traditional favorites such as pancakes, waffles, and French toast.
Looking for authentic Mexican breakfast, then this is the place to go. Breakfast is on the menu all day. You can’t go wrong with the breakfast tacos or burritos.
Taco Heads has the most famous breakfast tacos in Fort Worth and they’re heavenly. You can find them in many coffee shops scattered across the city but go into Taco Heads for the authentic experience.
Order a breakfast bowl, breakfast taco, or micas and dine outside on the picnic table. Wash down your breakfast with horchata, orange juice, or a mimosa.
This over the top coffee shop is the perfect place if you want to work alone, brunch with friends, or have a drink on the patio. The shrimp and grits can’t be beaten.
If you’re looking for a healthy breakfast that is gluten-free, vegan, or paleo, Righteous Foods is the Fort Worth spot that has it all.
Located at The Trailhead in Clearfork, this is a great spot to grab breakfast after a bike ride along the Trinity River. They offer everything from yogurt & granola, breakfast sandwiches to quiche.
This restaurant has the most vegetarian options you’ll find in Fort Worth. This Magnolia Ave. gem is 100% vegan. The gluten-free pancakes are delicious!
Located in the hip, Near Southside neighborhood, favorites on the menu include a variety of sweet rolls. They also have a large variety of quiche flavors that can all be made gluten-free.
Winner, winner, chicken dinner! Oh wait, I mean breakfast. Hot Box Biscuit Club serves up the best hot biscuits, fried chicken, fried okra, and biscuit sandwiches.
They are the ultimate place for all things fried and southern!
Wanting boozing brunch options, then this spot has several options! The chicken & waffles and chilaquiles are great options.
Located downtown Fort Worth, you’ll often find this spot packed. With a large breakfast menu of eggs Benedict, frittatas, breakfast sandwiches, and omelets you might have trouble choosing what to order.
I highly recommend the cinnamon roll French toast – just don’t ask how many calories are in that dish!
Located on Main Street in Sundance Square, this is the perfect brunch spot.
Now here’s a delicious reason to get out of bed. Ascension Coffee’s menu includes both savory and sweet items, along with a strong focus on their coffee.
This is one of my favorite coffee spots because they have a large food menu.
This trendy chain restaurant has all the favorites as well as a few unique items.
The pineapple upside-down pancakes and the Boss Hog bloody mary made with infused bourbon and bacon fat are popular menu items.
There’s no doubt about it, breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
It gives you fuel for the day and it’s always great when you get to start it off by enjoying a meal at one of your favorite spots or trying out a new hidden gem in the city.