Mother's Day weekend is upon us and what mom would not like a nice brunch? Do you know what restaurants in Texarkana serve brunch?

Brunch is something I did not fully appreciate until my 20s. After a late-night out on the town you want to sleep in, but you still want some breakfast and most places stop serving way too early on a Saturday or Sunday. Brunch is the perfect combination. Here are three places you should try out.

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Hopkins’ Icehouse is famous for its Sunday Brunch. The downtown Texarkana location has a great outdoor spot to be able to soak in all of the sights and smells of the entertainment district. You can certainly enjoy their Breakfast Pizza or their Eggs Benedict.

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Veron'a Located in Downtown Texarkana, Verona is one of Texarkana’s newest restaurants. Verona serves the classic southern Biscuits and Gravy, for brunch, but also offers up something more unique in the  Frittata ai Funghi, which is whipped eggs, spinach, mushrooms, and mozzarella.

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Julie’s Deli.  Julie’s has a  great assortment of dishes on their Saturday brunch menu. From their Traditional French Toast to their Omelet plates, there is always something to try. Even good ole biscuits and gravy.

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Redbone Magic Brewing. From the traditional bucket of Mimosas to the Mexican turnover or how about the 'Hocus Pocus' that features red sauce. mozzarella cheese, sausage, bacon, ham, jalapenos, red onions, and a cracked egg.

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Do you have one we can add to the list?

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