Brunch Notes: Mesero

mes1.jpgby Steven Doyle

It is time we make the rounds for brunch once again and there are so many options in Dallas which seems to be the brunch capital of our nation. We certainly take those long, leisurely hours sipping mimosas and bloody marys very serious in our city. It is a fine way to catch up with friends, however socially distanced, shake of the revelry from the previous evening, and push the reset button from the previous week.

Mesero is a brunch paradise. The menu is quite extensive, and the libations are on point. With familiar flavors we made our way through the menu with little effort. Everything sounded like something we might want to sample, so we not only ordered but possibly over-ordered.

mes2.jpgAvocado Toast

mes3.jpgBreakfast Tacos

Consider the Breakfast Tostada as a nice beginning to this adventure. Look for a sunny-side up egg, chorizo, salsa roja, queso fresco, black beans, with mesero papitas on a tostada shell. And one of our favorites, and certainly the staff choice is the Mesero Scramble made with three eggs (whites available upon request), choice of cheddar, chive, tomato, jalapeño, chorizo, brisket or bacon, with mesero papitas and black beans.

And happiness are the Mesero Breakfast Tacos with your choice of chorizo, brisket or bacon. By the way, the chorizo is one of the best we have sampled in the city. Not the least bit greasy and full of flavor.
The Mimosa is almost too good. The standard version includes fresh orange juice, Grey Goose and Prosecco. A few of these and you might need to order car service home.
There is nothing wrong with lingering over a cup of wonderful coffee and sharing a slice of the Cinco Leches cake. Cinco, let that sink-o in. There is a whole lot of love that goes into this cake, and you might scrap for the last bite. We certainly did!

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