You Can Grab Brunch With Your Pup At This Massive Houston Brunch Fest This Spring

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Houston's Dog & Brunch Festival Is The Best Way To Celebrate Spring

We don't know about y'all, but when we picture a perfect day, eating food with friends and playing with puppies are definitely involved. But being able to brunch with our furry loved ones? That's a whole other level of amazing. This Houston brunch and puppy fest will bring both great things together and it sounds like the best time ever!

Puppies for Breakfast is hosting its 10th annual fest in Downtown Houston on April 11 and it's benefiting a local dog rescue.

This means tickets are free but they recommend a minimum $5 donation to go towards local rescue.

The fest is the length of a good brunch, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and in that time, there is going to be a ton of stuff for you and your pup to do and eat.

There will be over 50 vendors there that you and your pup can browse through. You could pick up a new toy for them or matching outfits for y'all.

The fest is set to feature a bunch of breakfast foods catered by local food trucks and, of course, no brunch is complete without mimosas!

To really celebrate their 10th anniversary this year, the fest is going to even have a "Big Tiny Dog Race" where all small dogs can compete as long as they're wearing a hot dog or bunny costume, which is literally the cutest thing ever.

If you have a big pup, they can still have fun and participate too, because the fest is also going to have their annual Dog Costume Contest!

If you wanna keep up with the fest, we recommend following them on Instagram, because they're going to be announcing more vendors and events in the upcoming weeks.

If you and your pup want to keep the day going after brunch, you should head to Houston's new bar with a dog park inside to keep the party rolling.

Texans really love their dogs, and if you're going to be in Dallas this spring, you can stop by their dog festival that is basically a dog Coachella.

Puppies for Breakfast 2020

Price: $5 donation

Address: 300 Travis St., Houston, TX

Why you need to go: There are going to be puppies in costumes and brunch food with mimosas!


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