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A Brunch Fest In Houston Is Coming To The City This Spring

Forget breakfast! Brunch is obviously the most important meal of the day. It's a window of time where anything is possible, and you can eat absolutely anything you want. Houstonians should be feeling luckier than ever, as an actual brunch festival is coming to Houston this spring, and we can hardly wait to get our hands on the bottomless drinks and food.

On Sunday, March 1, Houston BrunchFest is taking place at the beautiful Midtown Park.

From 1 to 4 p.m., brunch lovers, foodies and Texans alike are invited to come out and enjoy Houston's most exciting and delicious fest yet.

Vendors will start being announced in the weeks leading up to the event, but no matter who comes out, we know we won't be disappointed. 

Tickets are on sale now starting at $49 for general admission, which is all inclusive!

After purchasing your ticket, you'll get as much food and drink as you'd like, for no additional cost.

Where most fests normally charge for entry and each vendor you go to during it, the tickets to Houston BrunchFest have you completely covered.

Early entry tickets are also available for purchase, and get you an extra hour of the fest for just $89!

This event is 21+ so adults, get ready to party!

With the amount of drinks that'll be sold there's just no point in coming if you can't enjoy them all. 

We can't wait to know more about who will be serving up delicious food and drinks, and we're sure you can't either.

Keep an eye on their social because March will be here before we know it. 

Houston BrunchFest

Price: $49 - $89

When: Sunday, March 1 

Address: 2811 Travis Street, Houston, Texas

Why You Need To Go: So that you can drink endless bloody marys and mimosas while sampling hot brunch items. 

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