How? Please fill out the reservation form above for parties of 8+ people.*Brasil does not accept any reservations on Friday night after 3:30PM
Who? Please fill out the reservation form above for parties of 8+ people. For all small parties, reservations aren’t necessary. Just come on by! Check in with your server to close your tab when you are ready to leave.
Availability? Due to higher customer volume Friday evening through Sunday brunch Brasil may not be able to accept a large party reservation. During holiday's such as Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, and New Years Eve reservation aviablity may be limited. Please be sure to email and call to confirm availability at least 48 hrs in advanced.
Gratuity? For all large parties (8+ people) please anticipate a 20% gratuity to be added your total bill.
Split Checks? Yes! Brasil is able to split checks multiple ways. Please communicate upon arrival how you'd like to split the check for you party.
Outside Decorations? Yes! Please inform us about what decorations you
Outside Desserts? Yes! We do allow outside cakes and desserts a plating fee of $1.50 / per person will apply. If you interested in a customized dessert please let us know we'd be happy to work with you.
Sun - Thur 7:30AM - Midnight
Fri & Sat 7:30AM - 1AM
Street parking is available on Westheimer Road and Dunlavy Street, as well as the neighborhood streets.
Brasil opened in 1992 as the first specialty coffee establishment in Houston. The intention was to provide a venue that embodied quality design, products, people, and interaction. Houston has always been a diverse city, yet Brasil was the first establishment to welcome and encourage a connection between different groups. The details of the interior, the landscape, the music, the artwork, the staff, and the menu were designed to create interaction in an atmosphere of casual sophistication.
Houstonian and Amaya Coffee founder Max Gonzalez is committed to creating amazing coffee and supporting the local economy. He roasts his coffee beans right here in Houston using responsibly-sourced beans from small, farm-focused lots, and strives to bring out the complexity and nuance of each batch.