Dallas Brunch Guide

July 8, 2019

The Ultimate Dallas Brunch Guide!

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The Ultimate Dallas Brunch Guide!

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The Ultimate Dallas Brunch Guide!

The Ultimate Dallas Brunch Guide!

It's no secret that I love brunch and consider myself a brunch connoisseur, so I'm thrilled to finally be able to share my personal guide to the best brunches in Dallas! There are a TON of great brunch options in Dallas, with new restaurants opening up all the time, but these are the ones that I've had MULTIPLE great experiences at and would highly recommend to you! I love being a resource for you and am so happy to share the places that I personally enjoy and I hope you will too! 

MERCAT BISTRO

This is the cutest! It's hard to go wrong with any of the Harwood District restaurants, but Mercat Bistro is my favorite because it reminds me of a Parisian sidewalk cafe! Moody light, mismatched china, and the flakiest croissants all make it worth a visit! Don't miss their coffee or their pastry basket. Worth it.

Neighborhood: Harwood

Sixty Vines

Dallas was so jealous when Plano got the first Sixty Vines restaurant, and now we have our own at Crescent Court, but you really can't go wrong at either location! Their brunch goes best with the mimosa bar, so save room! You know I love French Toast (and all carbs!), and you have to try their lemon ricotta french toast with blueberry syrup (yasss!). Their menu has great entree options in every brunch category, so it's sure to please everyone in your party and is a great place for groups!

Neighborhood: Uptown & Plano

HG Supply

Do I even need to include photos? I hope you said no, because I can't find any on my phone. (lol) If you live in Dallas, I'm SURE that HG Supply is on your list already, but since I'm sharing my *actual* favorites, I have to include it! HG is my go to "can't decide where to eat" spot for brunch AND din. (does anyone even go out for lunch?? no.) Hit HG Supply for healthy-feeling options, a mimosa on the rooftop patio, and good people watching on Lower Greenville. Also, I don't care what time of day it is, do not sleep on Cochinita Nachos. Eat Them All.

Neighborhood: Lower Greenville

Dolce Riviera

Another favorite in the Harwood District, Dolce Riviera is an Italian concept with patio perfection! They have a fantastic assortment of frittatas, benedicts, and crepes and pancakes and french toast(!!!) The patio is also a great place for group dining, because they can curtain off sections if you have a large party! 

Neighborhood: Harwood

San Martin

I love that San Martin popped into Dallas early this year and took us by surprise! This Central American bakery concept is the perfect mix of casual atmosphere and delicious food! Nestled off of McKinney Street in Uptown, you would never know it was there but it's huge! It's both a restaurant and a traditional bakery and each time I've visited, everyone has been so friendly! I ordered no less than 5 entrees during a styled brunch shoot, and every single one of them was delicious and a beautiful presentation as well! This is a great spot for families and there's something for everyone on the menu.

Neighborhood: Uptown

Sassetta

Design District vibes at Sassetta and you're going to love it! Good light, pretty tile floors, and of course, delicious food! The Brioche French Toast CANNOT be missed. Sassetta can go casual or a little nicer, depending on your mood. Italian spin on the brunch menu with pizza and pasta options, in addition to traditional favorites.

Neighborhood: Design District

The Rustic

Are you even a Texan if you haven't brunched at The Rustic?! You have to try their Jam & Toast brunch, served family-style every Saturday and Sunday! I love getting a little taste of everything from spicy fried chicken to french toast, salad, and mini donuts! This is a great place to go with a group and even the men will leave full!

Neighborhood: Uptown

Snooze

Back in the day, if you wanted Snooze, you had to wait until your ski trip to Denver's Union Station or make a roadtrip to Austin! Now, you can get your Snooze fix at a couple locations in Dallas! I recommend going with at least one other person and ordering a mix of sweet and savory! My favorite thing about Snooze is their pancake flight! You can order 3 different flavors of pancakes, which is a must because they feature flavors like Blueberry Danish, Pineapple Upside Down Cake, and Chocolate Chip, just to name a few! 

Neighborhood: Oak Lawn, North Dallas Walnut Hill, Addison

José

I have eaten at José plenty of times, but they rolled out their brunch menu not too long ago and I was able to visit last week with friends to finally give it a shot! I'll definitely be back because everyone's food looked so good! I'm normally underwhelmed by Mexican restaurants' french toast offerings (makes sense) but José's version was delicious! I recommend getting a traditional option like the Chilaquiles (shown here) and sharing the french toast with everyone at the table because it is definitely on the sweet side! 

Neighborhood: University Park, Inwood at Lovers

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