Each month, Dallas Blogger Brunch visits a local restaurant to bring Dallas influencers together over a beautiful brunch! Last month, we brunched at Sassetta and had a fantastic experience; this month, Dallas Blogger Brunch was fortunate to brunch with San Martin, a newcomer to the Dallas brunch scene - straight from Guatemala! This restaurant and bakery combination is the perfect mix of Latin American flavor mixed with traditional brunch-time favorites!
I love partnering with local creatives to make our brunches a success and provide resources to followers looking for specific vendors. This month, our beautiful florals were by Eufloria Dallas and our place cards were by Erin from Words Made Semple.
We had such a wonderful group of women this month- from fashion to lifestyle, to travel bloggers, these women came to connect and to grow with each other and we had a fantastic time! The menu at San Martin is so extensive that we had to ask for more time to decide what to order! But, of course, there was no question that we were going to order mimosas! The raspberry mimosa was delicious as well as the traditional orange.
If you have followed Dallas Blogger Brunch for any length of time, then you know that I ALWAYS order the french toast, BUT at San Martin I had already tried the french toast (it was amazing, of course) so I had to try the Strawberry Pancakes. I mean, a stack of fluffy carbs covered in the freshest strawberry compote- I was not disappointed!
The Nutella Pancakes were also a crowd favorite, along with the Peanut Butter-Stuffed French Toast! The food was amazing, but what really sets San Martin apart is the service and the atmosphere of the restaurant. From the moment you walk in, you're greeted and welcomed so warmly - honestly it doesn't even feel like you're in Dallas anymore! Hospitality is such a large part of Latin American culture, and it was clear that San Martin is doing its best to bring those vibes to Dallas.
You can see in the photo below that the restaurant is a huge space, wide-open, and feels like a giant warehouse of baked goods! There is a bakery on one side of the restaurant, where you can pop-in and grab pastries and breads, baked fresh every day. Definitely worth adding to your brunch list and visiting San Martin soon!