Snooze AM's popular breakfast creations will soon get a broader audience at two new Houston locations.
A Snooze staple — the mouthwatering breakfast pot pie.
Bloody Mary anyone?
If you haven’t been able to snag a table at Snooze, you’re not alone. The vibrant breakfast restaurant — which debuted its first Houston location last year — has maintained a packed house since opening day, often commanding long lines and nearly two-hour wait times for its whimsical breakfast creations.
Luckily, a Snooze expansion is on the horizon. Brace yourself for two new locations this summer at Town & Country Village off West Sam Houston Tollway and Lowell Street Market in the Heights. Snooze’s current Houston location sits at 3217 Montrose Boulevard.
“We are humbled by the positive feedback from Houston and our team looks forward to bringing the Snooze experience to more guests in Houston,” says Snooze CEO David Birzon. “We’re excited to expand our support for food and beverage purveyors and community partners in more neighborhoods across Texas.”
Will the future locations mimic the current Montrose restaurant, or showcase a few menu twists? We’ll have to wait and see. But definitely expect Snooze’s signature menu favorites including the breakfast pot pie, flaky puff pastry topped with homemade rosemary sausage gravy and served with an egg any style (Snooze suggests sunny-side up, and we concur); the pineapple upside down pancakes loaded with caramelized pineapple chunks, house-made vanilla crème anglaise, and cinnamon butter; and the bevy of Bloody Marys featuring everything from bacon-infused bourbon to fish sauce.
Snooze, an A.M Eatery was founded in 2006 by brothers Adam and John Schlegel and currently operates 17 locations across Arizona, California, Colorado, and Texas.