Best Brunch | Esperanza’s Mexican Bakery & Café



Esperanza’s Mexican Bakery & Café

For an authentic Mexican breakfast, there’s always a tell-tale sign for me. If I open the menu and see menudo, I know I’m in the right place (not that I’d necessarily opt for beef stomach soup first thing in the morning). Perfect for post-church hunger, Esperanza’s has two locations in Fort Worth. The original Northside location is next door to parent restaurant, Joe T. Garcia’s, and the second locale is a longtime staple of the Berkeley Place neighborhood. More-than-generous portions of chilaquiles, huevos rancheros (pictured) and migas wash down easily with the best bloody marys in the city, in my humble opinion. Unlike the watery V-8 and vodka premixed concoction served to the masses at many restaurants, Esperanza’s bloody mary is spicy and chock-full of all the right ingredients. Make a stop next door to grab a few sweet treats to go from the colorful Mexican pastry case.

1601 Park Place Ave.
Fort Worth 76110
Brunch Hours: Sat. & Sun.,
6 a.m. – 7 p.m.