Join the Houston Press on Saturday, September 28th, from 11:30am – 2:30pm, for the 4th Annual Morning After, a Houston Press Brunch Event!
Join us for a morning of bottomless brunch samples from Houston’s hottest brunch spots, drink samples and entertainment. This is one weekend brunch you won’t want to sleep through!
Enjoy bottomless brunch bites from over 25 of Houston’s best restaurants.
Fantastic eateries such as Bellagreen, Bosscat Kitchen, Duck Donuts, Peli Peli, Prohibition and Snooze an A.M. eatery have participated in the past, and we are expecting another stacked lineup this year!
Grab your tickets today before they sell out!
General Admission tickets include entry into the event at 11:30am, unlimited brunch samples from Houston’s hottest brunch spots, alongside brunch cocktail samples plus 3 Drink Tickets to use at bars. VIP includes entry into the event 30 minutes earlier than General Admission (entry at 11:00am) for early unlimited brunch samples PLUS brunch cocktail samples, 6 Drink Tickets to use at bars, and access to VIP lounge with exclusive VIP only brunch samples and VIP Private Bar. Additional drink tickets available for purchase at the event. Please note that this is a 21+ event and you will need to show government-issued ID for entry into the event.
Ticket prices are subject to increase.
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