Amazing Way to Spend Your Sunday in Austin!

By John Huston

Lazy Sunday?

Everybody likes to spend their Sunday in their own way, some of us go to religious services and some of us like to lounge around and watch T.V. all day and just relax. I’m more of the lounge around and be as lazy as I possibly can be because I deserve one day a week where I can be as productive or non-productive as I want it to be. But the one thing that will get me out of the house on a Sunday before noon is the gospel brunch that happens at Stubb’s on most Sundays during the year. We here at Just Roll Tape like to play our part in helping to promote a fellow venue’s event in the Austin area, and therefore, strengthening our community harmony that much more. Plus, events that are as great as this pretty much promote themselves.

Food and music nurture the soul

The gospel brunch at Stubb’s begins promptly at 10:30 a.m., and if there’s one thing that can drag me out of bed on any given day, it’s good food and good tunes. The menu for the gospel brunch has a lot to offer, from fried catfish to a nice stack of homemade buttermilk pancakes. The musician’s begin taking their place as soon as the buffet opens and fill the room with angelic choruses and an unmistakable rhythm to dance to. Now, I’m not a religious person, but one cannot help but be moved by the power and soul that these performers exude. The sense of communal spirit of the audience is unwavering and you could not ask for a friendlier environment. I have gone four times at this point and have loved every second of it. So next time that you are wondering what to do with your Sunday , come on out to Stubb’s for the gospel brunch and you are guaranteed to have a great time!

Question for you all:

Have you ever been to a gospel brunch with food and music before, regardless of your religious beliefs?
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2 thoughts on “Amazing Way to Spend Your Sunday in Austin!

  1. I went to a gospel brunch at Threadgills. The food was beyond amazing and the atmosphere was fun. I am not religious but the environment is invigorating and inspiring. I would go again for sure.

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    1. That’s great to hear! I always forget that Threadgill’s does a gospel brunch too. Thanks for reminding me. Even without the religious perspective, you can’t help but feel the passion that is driving these musician’s performances.

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