Just say the name Tony Mandola's and we start to crave the restaurant's Cajun-style seafood and Italian fare. The mere thought of dishes like the lime butter blackened red snapper, blackened catfish etouffée and sausage and peppers pizza makes our mouths water. With a new brunch menu, you can add to that delicious list blueberry ricotta pancakes ($10), grandma’s lasagna ($11) and mama’s Southern fried chicken ($12). Spend your weekend brunching at the 6,700-sq.-ft. spot, which features an expansive yet charming outdoor patio. Sundays you can get your groove on to live tunes by local crooner Yvonne Washington.
Brunch is Saturday and Sunday from 11 AM to 3 PM.
1212 Waugh Dr.; 713-528-3474