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The Best Brunch Spots in Dallas

Brunch has always been my favorite meal as I love breakfast food and the whole vibe. I have been living in Dallas for over a year now and have tried quite a few brunch places so wanted to share my favorite places for brunch. A lot of these have patios which is great for sunny days and if you have a dog! I also wrote an article about The Best Things To Do in Austin in case you’re visiting another part of Texas!

Smithy on Henderson: The Hangover 2.0 brings me way too much joy when I eat it. It is a jumbo buttermilk biscuit, habanero fried chicken (I usually ask for not spicy), bourbon maple syrup, cage-free eggs, sausage, brown sugar pecan peppered bacon, hash browns, and roasted poblano cream gravy. The Farmers Omelet is also very good and it comes with sausage, pecan bacon, short rib, caramelized onions, tater tots, prairie breeze cheddar, crema, and choice of toast. They accept reservations on OpenTable.

Photo Credit: @smithyonhenderson

Maple Leaf Diner: Chicken Bacon Waffles is a must! They are delicious and I get them every single time. They come with bacon, profiletores and powdered sugar! They don’t take reservations but you can be added to their waitlist. 100% worth the wait.

Photo Credit: @mapleleafdiner

Bread Winners Cafe & Bakery: French Ham Benedict is definitely the way to go. Eggs benedict have been my favorite for many years (pretty sure it’s because my dad always orders them too). This one comes on a delicious fresh croissant with asparagus, smoked ham and hollandaise. The Fried Chicken and Waffles include jalapeΓ±o bacon cheddar waffles, crispy chicken cream gravy, hot sauce, and maple syrup. No reservations but the wait time has never been more than 20 minutes since they have so many tables.

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Snooze, an A.M. Eatery: They offer Benny Duos which is where you can pick two benedicts! They have a selection of veggies, meats, cheeses, seafood, and much more that you can add to your benedicts. They come with cage-free poached eggs, English muffin and hash. I would also recommend the Snooze Breakfast Burrito that comes with a flour tortilla filled with scrambled cage-free eggs, hash browns, house black beans, cheddar & jack cheese, topped with pico de gallo and choice of house-made green chile or ranchero sauce. No reservations but they do have a waitlist.

Photo Credit: @snoozeameatery

Mercat Bistro: It’s the best French food I have had in Dallas. I recommend getting the avocado toast which is seeded sourdough, poached egg, herbs, mustard vinaigrette, and farmers cheese, and the Croque Madame with french fries. They have a really nice outdoor patio. They accept reservations.

Photo Credit: @mercatbistro

Happy brunching!

Xo,

Kika

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