by 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, shake of the revelry from the previous evening, and push the reset button from the previous week. Continue reading
HERO by HG SPLY CO, the recently opened massive, open-air restaurant and bar in South Victory, Downtown Dallas is now serving weekend brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Culinary Director, Danyele McPherson says, “We wanted to put together a brunch menu that was both indulgent and healthy at the same time to give a broader array of options to our guests. Brunch is more often than not a communal meal so the menu was created to satisfy every friend and family member in the group.” Continue reading
by Alex Gonzalez
Located at Lowest Greenville, Alamo Club is an upscale southern style bar and restaurant with hearty plates, lavish cocktails, all at a reasonable price. On weekends, they serve brunch from a menu containing a selection of southern favorites, along with signature dishes.
Refreshing cocktails include the Champagne Sangria. Garnished with a grapefruit, the Champagne Sangria is a sparkling, fruity cocktail, cool to the sip and full of sweet citrus flavor. For those wanting to go a more traditional brunch route, the Blood Orange Mimosa Carafe offers a tangy twist on the classic mimosa. Plus, the entire carafe is only $10.00, a deal hard-pressed to beat, at $10 is what one would pay for a single mimosa at any other upscale bar. Continue reading
Whiskey Cake Kitchen & Bar, the neighborhood restaurant known for its farm-to-kitchen menu, has unveiled four new brunch items paying homage to hearty weekend breakfasts, but with a distinctive Whiskey Cake twist.
“In developing these new menu items, I really tried to find the balance between creating something new while maintaining a touchstone back to the country-style weekend breakfasts that I grew up with,” said Aaron Staudenmaier, Whiskey Cake Kitchen and Bar concept chef. “Like so much of Whiskey Cake, the idea isn’t to design new foods from scratch, it’s about finding ways to recreate the dishes that people are deeply connected to in a new, fun and interesting way.” Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
The brunch menu as the Little Red Wasp in Fort Worth is pretty crave worthy. The cheddar chicken biscuit is tops in its game with a huge plateful sized slab of chicken sandwiched between that ethereal biscuit that is near lighter than air. It gives us all reason to make the drive to the downtown Fort Worth restaurant. The chilaquiles are also tops in their game. But what makes us truly lose control is the Benedict. Continue reading
Alamo Club, the upscale neighborhood restaurant and bar serving American classics in an old-school comfortable setting is now serving weekend brunch. The menu features a wide array of brunch cocktails to pair with the classic dishes.
Guests can take advantage of Alamo Club’s expansive new patio while sipping on refreshing cocktails for the perfect spring and summer brunch. Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Brunch could very well be the best part of a weekend. It is lingering, it is friend-filled, you may day drink without despair and the food. The food is definitely a central focus since it is unusual fare from what we dine on throughout the week. I am not trying to convince you that brunch is amazing, you already know this.
To point we transport you a day or two in the future to this weekend’s brunch with Rob Olvera who is the Neiman Marcus chef at NorthPark. We first met him at his gig at Cool River and he has been plating some amazing food, besides this crazy good brunch. Continue reading