Dallas, Texas is one of Texas’ best cities. It’s home to The Cowboys, Big Tex State Fair and a plethora of cultural arts such as opera and ballet. In addition to being a bustling and exciting hub for a diverse population, it also has a great food scene. They say everything’s bigger in Texas, in this case, that’s brunch. Here are seven unmissable places for brunch in Dallas.
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Located in the hip and trendy Harwood District, Saint Ann puts a New American touch on brunch. The brunch menu is extensive and loaded with goodies like peach bellini carafes, bacon-wrapped sizzlers, smoked salmon and just about everything you can do with pancakes and eggs.
If weather permits, we recommend a peach bellini carafe on the patio with a brunch spread of your choice!
This list wouldn’t do brunch justice if we didn’t mention Bread Winners. Bread Winner’s cafe is a bistro known for its never-ending benedict options and classic brunch staples like hearty breakfast tacos and pancake platters. Best part? There’s three of them.
At Boulevardier, French classics meet Dallas-sized flavour. Their brunch menu is loaded with French favourites like lox benedict and quiches galore. Their signature dish is Legs, and Eggs-duck legs with sunny side up eggs and grit cakes topped with huckleberry jam. YUM.
This bright and clean plant-filled bakery is on McKinney Ave and a perfect fit for those who love Latin food. Their menu is full of Guatemalan imports, and their pan dulce is to die for. Be sure to stock up on fresh bread and pastries for later!
Scrumptious pancake flights, perfectly fluffy scrambled eggs and killer Bloody Marys make Snooze an A.M. a brunch lovers dream. There’s not much they can’t do with pancakes, waffles and eggs. They even have a stacked egg sandwich served on a pretzel roll. Say what? There are now four locations across DFW, so you’re never too far away.
Henry’s is on McKinney Ave, and it is the place to be for brunchers. Because of this, you can expect a wait, but their DIY mimosa bar makes up for it tenfold. Their breakfast ramen is the stuff of legends and is locally famous as the perfect hangover cure.
This Texas-sized eatery is famous for its home-style dishes and down-home approach to service. Here you’ll find live music and a unique family-style menu meaning you can sample all good stuff! Be sure to try their Nashville spicy fried chicken with dill pickles.