Houston’s First Ever Massive Brunch Crawl Is Happening This Weekend

This June, call the group chat, it's time for a brunch crawl.
Houston’s First Ever Massive Brunch Crawl Is Happening This Weekend

This city has way too many places to brunch and pretend like a you're a Real Housewife of the Houston-Nonexistant-Hills. But there is good news: this Saturday, Bar Crawl Houston is hosting Houston's first ever Brunch Crawl so you can speed date all the best breakfast and lunch spots in the city all on one day.

General admission tickets are only $17.99 per person. Upon arrival, this will get you a wristband which gives you entry to the following eateries on Washington Ave—an area of Houston known for its bars—that will be closed off to the general public. All places are within walking (or crawling) distance of each other.

At these places, you'll find exclusive specials like mimosas, bloody marys, irish coffee, and (of course) tons of tasty brunch bites. There will even be prizes given out at every stop! There will be a lot of booze, so the event is only for those 21 and over.

Included in the General Admission ticket, the organizers promise a bunch of vague suprises and giveaways and professional red carpet photography—that, if you pretend really hard, upgrades you from Real Housewife to an entourage member at the Met Gala...maybe?

The event will begin at 12 pm and go until 6 pm. Registration closes at 3 pm— so only be fashionably late.

But if the promised prizes just don't do it for you, they're also selling VIP tickets for $59.99. These passes get you everything the other ticket does plus an unlimited mimosas and brunch buffet package that goes from 12 pm to 2 pm at Clutch Bar Houston and a two hour VIP-exclusive DJ experience. Now that sounds like a brunch to remember! 

The event begins at Clutch Bar Houston on 5334 Washington Ave, Houston, Texas 77007.

Don't forget to assign a DD, or schedule an Uber so you can end the event on a classy note.

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