Head north! 5 great mimosas in The Woodlands

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Who says the inner loop is the only spot for a fresh mimosa? Get on the 45 and head to The Woodlands for a few stellar options.

Houstonians love a brunch, and whats a brunch without the nectar of the gods a.k.a. mimosas. Perfect for spring and summer sipping, locals order the drink by the gallon. We round up 5 great spots up north in The Woodlands to partake in the downright decadent drink.

5 Great Spots for Mimosas in The Woodlands

  • Grotto Ristorante – The Italian resto pours the citrus-sparkling wine concoction on the weekly for its Sunday brunch, which features a full menu of classic brunch dishes and Italian fare. Sunday brunch, 11am to 3pm. Map it.
  • Cru – Cru uses vintage wine for its mimosas, which can be ordered bottomless for just $9. Keep ’em coming! Sunday brunch, 11am to 3pm. Map it.
  • Hubbell & Hudson – Get your griddles out; little ham and eggs coming up for you. The dual concept restaurant serves up savory brunch specials along with pineapple-infused mimosas that’ll have you sipping happy all day. Plus, it offers a Saturday brunch too! Bistro brunch, Saturday, 11am to 3pm; Sunday, 9am to 3pm. Kitchen brunch, Saturday and Sunday, 7am to 3pm Map it.
  • Churrascos – Known for a beautiful brunch spread, the resto features a fill list of libations, including a snappy mimosa. Saturday and Sunday brunch, 10:30am to 3pm. Map it.
  • Fielding’s Wood Grill – This place offers up a full weekend brunch and five different mimosa options. Choose from pomegranate or grapefruit-infused choices along with classic flavors. Saturday and Sunday, 9am to 3pm. Map it.
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Nick Esquer has been in content creation since the age of 15 when he took his first job as a cub reporter for a local newspaper. Since then, he has earned a B.A. from Arizona State University in his native Phoenix, and an M.F.A. from Queens University of Charlotte. He arrived in Houston in February 2013 when he assumed the position of assistant editor at Houston Modern Luxury magazine for more than a year.