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After completing a busy week of work, there's nothing better than kicking off your weekend with a mouthwatering and filling brunch meal. What's even better is enjoying your meal while sitting on a patio, taking in the scenery with your closest friends. If you're in the Dallas, Texas, area, make sure you stop at one of these nine spots to get your fill of the fluffiest pancakes, the crispiest bacon, and the strongest coffee.
For a sophisticated brunch, check out Boulevardier at 408 N. Bishop Ave. #108. This restaurant bills itself as a neighborhood bistro, and its brunch menu will make your mouth water just reading the list. Try the Black Truffle Eggs, which are soft scrambled eggs served atop brioche toast, or the French toast with Texas pecans and mixed fruit. For something heartier, order the Legs and Eggs, which includes crisp duck leg confit and sunny side up eggs. Another solid choice is the Shrimp and Grits, which has five Gulf shrimp and poached egg all smothered in a Tabasco and white wine sauce.
Head over to one of the three locations for BuzzBrews Kitchen (4154 N. Central Expressway in Dallas, 5815 Live Oak St. #102 in Lakewood, and 2801 Commerce St. in Deep Ellum) and enjoy a 24-hour breakfast at this unique restaurant. This tiny and intimate location features a menu with Latin-inspired dishes.
Its signature stuffed eggs have whimsical names, including the Harry Krishna, which has avocado and several different types of cheeses, and the Ode to Pisces, which features grilled salmon filet and fresh vegetables. To satisfy your sweet tooth, order the Oreo Cookies N Cream Pancakes, which have the cookies crumbled directly into four buttermilk pancakes, all drizzled with chocolate sauce and real maple syrup.
You might not think of a pizza place as the best spot to go for brunch, but that's where Cane Rosso proves you wrong. With two Dallas locations (2612 Commence St. in Deep Ellum and 7328 Gaston Ave. in White Rock), this restaurant is known for its wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas, but its extensive brunch menu shouldn't be overlooked.
Try the Chicken & Waffles or the Fully Loaded Breakfast Tots, which include tots, bacon, sausage, roasted peppers, fontina cream, and a fried egg. But don't worry if you still want pizza as it has a Breakfast Taco with smoked brisket, tots, onions, candied jalapenos, a lightly scrambled egg, and housemade mozzarella cheese. Another popular choice is the Red Eye, which has its housemade mozzarella cheese, hot soppressata, peppers, chiles, a lightly scrambled egg, and topped with serrano sauce.
Stop in at this Uptown restaurant, found at 4900 McKinney Ave., and satisfy your appetite. Its American-style menu features buttermilk fried chicken served with a smoked hatch chili gravy, a PB&J waffle with housemade strawberry jam, and charred tomatillo chilaquiles served on corn tortillas. Its sweet and savory monkey rolls are a must-order, with the sweet ones including cinnamon, apples, and caramel, while the savory ones have pesto, chevre, and parmesan.
Located at 308 N. Bishop Ave., Paradiso has a massive heated courtyard, so you can enjoy your brunch outside. It also offers plenty of indoor seating surrounded by lush greenery and custom-constructed furniture. The Southern European-inspired menu focuses on fresh and seasonal ingredients, while its bakery, pizza, and pasta programs are completely on-site. Start your meal with some oysters or fried artichokes, and for your main dish, try the biscuits and gravy, shoulder hash, French toast, or breakfast pizza.
Enjoy some brunch and live entertainment at The Rustic, located at 3656 Howell St. Grab a seat in front of the large outdoor stage and enjoy free live music starting at 12:30 p.m. on the weekends. You can even bring your entire family, as family-style brunch is offered for only $17 a person. Bring your appetite so you can try all the offerings, some of which include spicy fried chicken, smoked cheddar grits, bacon and sausage skillet, hand-cut challah French toast, and baked eggs with white cheddar. The restaurant also bakes small batches of donuts daily.
With two locations in Dallas (3857 Cedar Springs Road in Cedar Springs and 5211 Forest Lane #108 in Forest Lane), Street's Fine Chicken offers several Southern-favorite dishes, including Shrimp and Grits, Chicken and Dumplings, Biscuits and Gravy, and of course Chicken and Waffles. It also serves brioche French toast topped with spiced creamed cheese and blackberry compote.
Found in Oak Cliff's new trendy Sylvan Thirty development at 1888 Sylvan Ave., Whisk Crepes Cafe is the creation of Parisian-born Julien Eelsen who sought to open a bistro with French roots in the area. Since it opened in 2015, the restaurant has been winning the hearts of crepe lovers with its expansive menu of sweet and savory crepes. Try sweet crepes stuffed with Nutella, berries, ice cream, chocolate, or caramel, while the savory buckwheat crepes come with a variety of cheeses, meats, vegetables, or eggs.
If you're looking for some indulgent Southern cooking, stop in at 2121 N. Pearl St. #170 and check out the menu from Yardbird Southern Table and Bar. Just the names of some of its dishes sound divine: Blueberry Pie Pancakes, Maple Bacon Donuts, Strawberry Peach Cobbler, and Salted Caramel Waffle. What about the mini beignets filled with Nutella? One of its specialties is the Maine Lobster Benedict, which comes with a buttermilk biscuit crumble, bacon lardons, and spinach all covered in hollandaise. Its expansive patio even allows you to enjoy your brunch outside.
So there you have it. Planet Ford of Dallas has just listed the top nine brunch spots you must check out the next time you're hungry and in the Dallas area. Is your stomach growling just thinking about where you should go? And what do you think of this list? Did we miss one of your favorite spots? If so, let us know so we can add it to our list. We're sure our readers would love to know what place to visit and grab a bite.