What’s the most important meal of the day? Breakfast (or brunch, depending on your schedule)! So what places do you go to eat breakfast in or near the Hobby Area District? Here are six spots you have to try:

La Tejanita Taqueria & Bakery

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Looking for some delicious breakfast? Check out La Tejanita Taqueria & Bakery, a local restaurant with a friendly staff, that serves delicious Salvadorian food. Try the pupusas or tacos! If you’re looking for something sweet, they have a bakery as well.

Daily Donuts

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If you’re looking for something quick for breakfast, check out Daily Donuts. They have a wide assortment of kolaches and donuts. It’s open 7 days a week from 4:30 am-1:00 pm so if you’re an early riser, stop by and grab a kolache or donut.

Habanera and the Guero

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Craving some Tex-Mex? Hop on over to Habanera and the Guero, a restaurant that serves up delicious Tex-Mex using local, fresh ingredients. They don’t have a freezer on-site so all ingredients are fresh, not frozen. They even travel to Kemah twice a week to buy the freshest, largest Gulf shrimp available. Brunch is served every day starting at 11 am. Try the Habanera’s Breakfast, Chilaquiles, or the killer Huevos Divorciados, a classic Mexican breakfast dish served with two salsas.

Taqueria Llenito

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Are you craving some tasty breakfast tacos? Taqueria Llenito is a taco truck that serves up some delicious tacos for a great price. They serve a variety of tacos including trompo, pollo, chorizo, fajita, barbacoa, and nopales.

Kelley’s Country Cookin’

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Established in 1984, Kelley’s Country Cookin’ is a mainstay in the Houston area. Kelley’s proudly serves homemade hash browns made only from #1 Idaho potatoes and flavorful garden fresh vegetables. If you’re looking for some comfort food, you’ll find it at Kelley’s. They serve a variety of food including Kelley’s Grand Slam Breakfast, which includes either Texas Size Chicken Fried Steak or Country Fried Chicken Breast, 3 large eggs, golden hash browns, or grits, and toast or biscuit with homestyle gravy. They also serve sweeter options such as pancakes, french toast, and waffles. Breakfast is served all day, but biscuits are available only in the morning.

Denny’s

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If you want a variety of food to choose from for breakfast, Denny’s has a great selection ranging from country-fried steak and eggs to French crepes. They also serve Belgian waffles, savory three-egg omelets, and more so they can satisfy your sweet or savory cravings. Breakfast can be ordered anytime you want at Denny’s since it’s open 24 hours.

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