Happy National Toast Day! Such a simple thing to celebrate, but an invention that truly changed the way we eat.

As we toast to toast, hit up these Austin restaurants for their own spin:

1. French toast at 24 Diner

French toast with blueberries and vanilla cream. Photo by Jodi Bart via Flickr

When there’s 24/7 breakfast, there’s 24/7 toast and, just as importantly, 24/7 French toast. 24 Diner’s rich french toast comes with vanilla cream and berries on top, giving you a photogenic and delicious opportunity to celebrate National Toast Day.

2. The “Jollyville” burger at Phil’s Ice House

Bacon, egg, cheddar cheese, and a burger served between two slices of sourdough french toast. Photo via Phil’s Ice House

Not exactly just toast, but too good to leave off—Phil’s Ice House has the “Jollyville” burger that replaces burger buns with French toast slices. Genius.

3. Crab toast at Launderette

Crab toast with fennel aioli, avocado, radish top-mint vinaigrette on semolina bread at Launderette. Photo by Lukas Keapproth

Launderette clocked in at No. 16 on our list of top restaurants of 2015, and they offer a crab toast (pictured), a Stravecchio toast with arugala caesar, avocado and smoked butternut squash on semolina bread, and a soft egg toast wit asparagus, taleggio, truffle vinaigrette and bottarga on focaccia bread.

4. Sa-Tén toast

The nori tama toast at Sa-Tén Coffee and Eats in East Austin is a delicious Japanese alternative to a breakfast taco. Photo by Matthew Odam

Sa-Tén recently was given in-house food critic Matthew Odam’s Dish of the Week award. Odam delighted in this local offering of Japanese milk bread, and gave the nori tama toast a special shout out. The restaurant offers many toast variations, including a miso honey toast, and a Sriracha salmon mayo toast.

5. Texas toast at Whataburger. Or Raising Cane’s. Really, anywhere with Texas toast.

Raising Cane’s Texas toast on top of their chicken fingers and fries. Photo via Lee L./Yelp

This might be a little different than the rest of the list, but you can’t celebrate National Toast Day in Texas and forget about Texas toast. (It’s also incredibly easy to make; just slather bread with butter and garlic and grill!)