Best Places For Brunch In Dallas Texas
Whether you are new to Dallas, visiting for a weekend, or a longtime restaurant, choosing a brunch location can be overwhelming. Here are some selections to help you sort though the endless array of mouth-watering choices Dallas has to offer.
Italian is an interesting choice for brunch, but once you’ve tried the eggs benedict at this local pizzeria it will all make sense. This is one of our favorite spots in Dallas, Texas. Clear your head of everything you think know about a brunch benedict and instead envision a savory Calabrian chili gravy over fried, delectable cakes of polenta, all topped with crisp pieces of pancetta. If the benedict still isn’t your thing, then the hash just might do it. Soppressata and braised pork are combined into a delicious dish drowned in spicy sausage gravy. And, if all that wasn’t enough, Cane Rosso does an Italian donut too. The deep fried dough balls known as zepolles are made out of ricotta cheese and come with a chocolate dipping sauce.
Whiskey Cake is a great spot for hearty, farm to table concoctions like chicken and waffles covered in a smoked, chili hollandaise. Don’t worry there’s bacon too; added directly into the waffle batter. If that doesn’t hit your sweet and savory button, then maybe the French toast will. Thick, buttery brioche is stuffed with mascarpone, fruit, and cinnamon, and topped with a crunchy layer of toasted almonds. For any foodies worried those meals won’t quite sate their appetite, there’s always the steak and egg burger. These hamburger buns are oozing with brisket patties, fried eggs, gooey Muenster cheese, bacon, chili aioli, and hefty topping of hollandaise.
Let’s be honest, we all go to Texas for the Tex-Mex. Komali doesn’t disappoint, eschewing the greasier elements of the regional cuisine for a version of Mexican brunch that feels fresh and delicious. Here, guests can go traditional with authentic migas or chilaquiles. For more adventurous foodies, there are crepes stuffed with lump crab and blanketed in poblano cream and queso Oaxaca. For the brave and hungry, the only option is the huevos ponchados. Picture two corn patties, fried to a light crisp, dripping in chorizo, poached eggs, and hollandaise. For dessert, try the fresh, sugary churros and a thick cup of Mexican hot chocolate.
We hope you like our picks as they are all delicious spots to grab brunch. Feel free to read through our recommended Charities throughout the DFW area as well!