11 Must-Eat Brunches in Dallas
Dallas is a brunch city, and there are plenty of fantastic spots to enjoy a leisurely morning meal. Here are 11 of our favorites, each with a unique and creative menu that will tantalize your taste buds.
Chimichurri: An Argentine restaurant in Bishop Arts, serves authentic Argentine cuisine for brunch. The menu features dishes like Argentine sausage with chimichurri sauce, empanada Benedicts, and Argentine pizza.
Thunderbird Station: This Deep Ellum bar serves up fun and creative brunch fare. Expect dishes like Frito pies with a fried egg and Sticky Shifters—French toast sticks covered in Cinnamon Toast Crunch crumbles—rather than anything traditional.
José: A Mexican restaurant in the Oak Lawn District that serves up traditional Mexican dishes with a modern twist. Brunch options include chilaquiles with cotija cheese, avocado molletes, and The Squozen Margarita.
Halcyon: Is a bar-cafe in the Lower Greenville neighborhood that serves up creative and delicious brunch dishes. Menu items include sourdough French toast with brown sugar crumble, a vegan skillet, and buttermilk biscuits with sausage.
Sketches of Spain: A charming little restaurant in the Bishop Arts District that offers a taste of Spain in the morning. Roasted eggplant with Spanish jamón and cheese croquettes, as well as sautéed zucchini, tomatoes, and peppers with a paprika-kissed egg, are among the dishes on the menu.
Yo! Lobster: This is a Highland Park Village seafood restaurant that serves delicious lobster dishes for brunch. The menu features dishes like lobster rolls, lobster Benedict, and crispy fried chicken with bourbon-peach compote.
Âme: This is a French-Indian restaurant in the Bishop Arts District that offers a unique fusion of flavors. The brunch menu offers items like eggs benedict with a velvety, rich tikka sauce, waffles with mango-habanero syrup, and chaat with pomegranate seeds and garbanzo bean patties.
Georgie: is an upscale brasserie in the West Village neighborhood that serves up classic brunch dishes with a modern twist. The menu features dishes like steak and eggs, lobster rolls, and craggy, griddled crumpets with house-made jam.
Encina: A restaurant in the Bishop Arts District that serves up Southern-inspired brunch dishes. The breakfast flatbread, green kale biscuits with chorizo gravy, and blue corn pancakes with cajeta are just a few of the items on the menu.
Tulum: Is a Mexican restaurant in the Oak Lawn District that serves up traditional Mexican dishes with a modern twist. The brunch menu features dishes like smoky tomatillo Bloody Marys, avocado dip with ginger and purple endive, and tostadas with eggs and black beans in a habanero sauce.
Xamán Cafe: A coffeehouse in the Lower Greenville neighborhood that serves up delicious brunch fare. The menu features dishes like chilaquiles, omelets with chapulines, and espresso-spiked cocktails.
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