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Spend Mother’s Day Brunch in Houston at Harold’s in The Heights

Big Nasty Biscuit at Harold's


The Big Nasty Biscuit at Harold's Restaurant is a customer favorite for brunch. Photo courtesy of Harold's Restaurant & Tap Room.

Posted: May 6, 2019 at 6:10 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)
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Mother’s Day is on Sunday, May 12 and it’s the perfect time to show appreciation for the woman (or women) who have had positive impacts on our lives. Visit Harold’s Restaurant & Tap Room in The Heights for a decadent brunch sure to add a relaxing — and delicious — note to her weekend. Reservations are available from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The cost is $45 per person plus tax & gratuity. Upon arrival, the guest of honor is greeted with a complimentary “MOMosa” and housemade muffins for the table.

Harold’s has designed a fabulous selection of appetizers and entrées sure to make Mom swoon! To begin, choose from Creamy Tomato & Basil BisqueCabbage Rolls stuffed with 44 Farms Beef, vegetables, spices and topped with a rich marinara sauce, Chicken or the Egg — a twist on deviled eggs topped with pickled sweet peppers and a fried chicken bite, or the refreshing Sunday Salad composed of mixed greens, crispy prosciutto, creamy burrata, fresh melons and vinaigrette.
burger and fries at Harold's

19th Street Double Burger with fries at Harold’s Restaurant in The Heights. Photo by Phaedra Cook.

There also five hearty entrées to suit the tastes of everyone at the table. Mama’s Big Damn Breakfast is a plate piled high with choice of eggs, roasted potatoes, bacon, toast, biscuit & jelly and the Big Nasty Biscuit is equally filling as a housemade biscuit filled with crispy buttermilk fried chicken, punchy cheddar cheese and flavorful sausage gravy. For a different spin on tradition, try the Fish & Grits made with pan-seared red snapper, stone-ground grits and peppery creole sauce. There’s also the 19th Street Double Burger loaded with two 44 Farms beef patties, American cheese, dill pickles & red onion accompanied by hand-cut fries. Finally, the vegetarian Farmer’s Plate is a bounty of asparagus, green beans, fresh fruits, pickles, garden salad and house bread.
A stemmed glass with scoops of pink fruit sorbet and fresh fruit.

Seasonal Sorbet topped with fresh raspberries at Harold’s in the Heights. Photo courtesy of Harold’s in the Heights


Don’t forget to save room for dessert! Options include the swoon-worthy Sergio’s Seasonal Sorbet in three natural flavors, tangy Lupe’s Lemon Cake with lemon cream and blueberry compote, and the airy Granny’s Cake Cupcake with coconut cream and whipped cream icing.
No matter what you choose, Mom is sure to feel the love! Reservations are available by calling (713) 360-6204 or visiting our reservations page online [LINKED].

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