Best Places to Brunch in Dallas

Best Places to Brunch in Dallas

In DFW, brunching is a sport. Whether you go for the booze or the food, we’ve got the 411 on the most egg-celent places to brunch it up in Dallas. Ready, set, brunch!

Urban Taco
Where: Uptown, Mockingbird
When: Sunday, 11am - 3pm
What: An urban take on a traditional taqueria that has all of your traditional faves with a few modern additions.
What to try: Get your traditional go-tos like huevos rancheros and chilaquiles, or choose from a variety of breakfast tacos. There are several kinds of nontraditional mimosas, like guava or strawberry pineapple. They say you can't buy happiness, but you can buy Urban Taco mimosas, and that's pretty much the same thing, right?

Photo credit: Urban Taco

Photo credit: Urban Taco

Cedar Grove
Where: Oak Lawn
When: Saturday and Sunday, 10am - 3pm
What: A modern, farm-to-table restaurant featuring a grove of twenty-four modern, stylized trees.
What to try: Have a sweet tooth? Try the Monkey Bread and Fruity Pebble french toast. Grab the cran-apple frosé or a boozy snocone for some of the best frozen cocktails in Dallas. Cedar Grove also hosts Drag Brunch on the last Sunday of every month, featuring a three-course meal and lots of fun.

Photo credit: Cedar Grove

Photo credit: Cedar Grove

Toasted Coffee + Kitchen
Where: Knox Henderson
When: Monday–Friday, 7am – 8pm, Saturday–Sunday, 8am – 8pm
What: A one-stop shop for coffee, drinks, and lite bites that is changing the toast game in it’s industrial-style space. 
What to try: For a savory snack, try the Toast Ma Goats that tops Toasted’s house bread with sweet goat cheese, pear slices, honey drizzle, and pecans. For a sweeter treat, order the Honey I’m Home that has butter, peanut butter, honey, sea salt on honey wheat bread.

Photo credit: Toasted Kitchen and Coffee

Photo credit: Toasted Kitchen and Coffee

Yolk
Where: Downtown, University Park
When: Monday – Friday, 6am - 3pm, Saturday and Sunday, 7am - 3pm
Atmosphere: The combination of unique, innovative dishes mixed with a casual, relaxed environment is a Dallas breakfast-lover’s dream. 
What to try: From omelets and crepes to waffles and sandwiches, it is extremely difficult to recommend just a few dishes. For a sweet meal, try the nutella crepes or red velvet french toast – they’re like dessert for breakfast. Craving something savory? Order the Santa Fe frittata or smoked salmon scrambler for an egg-straordinary start to your day.

Photo credit: Yolk

Photo credit: Yolk

Bonus tip: Leave the hassle of driving at home, take a Lyft to one of these Dallas picks! Click the link below for a discounted ride to brunch Saturday, March 3, and Sunday, March 4.


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