by Steven Doyle
There is nothing more satisfying in the morning than a few slabs of terrific pancakes and a perfect cup of steaming hot black coffee to set your day in motion. Go for an entire stack and a pot of coffee for a more extreme perpetual motion. We have been scoping out some of the top spots in the Dallas area for pancakes, and hope you enjoy them as much as we have. We know there are many more that we enjoy, but we had to limit this list to ten. What are your favorites?
In no particular order, our top pancakes for Dallas: Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
When a popular steakhouse chef breaks out and opens a taco joint in the burbs you know it will be something special. First, an honest-to-goodness classically trained chef doesn’t know how to leave well enough alone. They think, they create. They also have a passion to feed people, and this is what has become of chef Mo Assi who is owner of Crush Taco. Crush is located off the Dallas Tollway in Frisco near El Dorado. An expanse that was in dire need of tacos. Continue reading
East Hampton Sandwich Co. has launched a breakfast menu at all Dallas locations (Snider Plaza, Oak Lawn at Turtle Creek Village and Inwood Road).
Offered daily 7am – 11am the new breakfast menu features coffee and cold brew on tap by Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters. Continue reading
by Nafeisa Shukair-Farley
Have you ever wanted to go Down the Rabbit Hole and Grow a Pear while eating breakfast but just could not find the right spot? Want food with a southern flair will staying in the Metroplex? Your wants are now reality since Ida Claire in Addison started serving breakfast.
As you walk up to Ida Claire, you are immediately greeted by a décor that is not only appealing to the eyes, but reminds you of the “good ole days” and the flea market but with a modern twist. From the vintage Airstream trailer, tables made out of fans and the bust of Elvis welcoming you, the good juju is felt immediately to set the mood for a hearty made-from-scratch breakfast. Continue reading
Sugar Skull Cafe located in Trinity Groves announced their new menu that will roll out on Tuesday, November 10th. The new menu will feature breakfast style tacos that will be served from open to close. They’ve changed up some items and brought on some new ones based on your feedback.
Some on the new items include:
Hangover: breakfast style taco with egg, bacon, crispy potato, tomato, onion, cheese
Grin: 6″ flour tortilla with choice of protein, queso fresco, lime
Cochino: signature taco with pulled pork, lime cured jalapeno, slaw, cilantro
The new menu will be served daily from open till close.
To celebrate the new menu Sugar Skull will be featuring $2 cans of Modelo and their Classic Frozen Margarita from Tuesday to Thursday.
by Steven Doyle
Ricardo Avila is now in the breakfast business at his cool Mexican restaurant on lower Greenville Avenue, Mextopia. Starting at 6:30am each day you can enjoy his version og breakfast tacos such as potato and egg or add chorizo. Avila will also feature his delicious cheese grits and churros with chocolate sauce.
This all comes from the guy that offers free kicked up bacon at his Wednesday bacon happy hour, so we are sure he will have some of that going on.
2104 Greenville Ave, Dallas
(214) 824 9400