For Dallas diners looking to feel transported to France, Mercat Bistro, the Parisian-inspired bistro nestled in the Harwood District, is now offering weekend brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The authentically appointed restaurant also features new weekday breakfast and lunch menus all created by Mercat Bistro’s Executive Chef, Taylor Kearney, an award-winning chef who is well-versed in French cuisine.
The Design District’s new weekend brunch destination is Commons Club, the ground-level restaurant inside Virgin Hotels Dallas. The Kitchen in Commons Club headed up by celebrated Chef Matt McCallister has announced the exciting launch of a brunch menu for those looking to indulge. On nice days, patrons can grab a table outside on the large wrap-around dog-friendly patio boasting Design District views. Served exclusively every Saturday and Sunday, the locally sourced menu of breakfast and lunch classics takes brunching to the next level with fresh-baked artisanal bread and pastries and from scratch condiments. Continue reading →
The hunt for the best burgers continues and we were tipped off that Parigihad one of the very best in town. Only sold at lunch and brunch, the burger is an ever revolving plate of joy. Let’s just begin with the word joy and see where that takes us today.
Sitting at brunch for a burger was a bit difficult for me since I am aware of the menu and know of items that are certain “must have’s” such as the deviled eggs. These tiny beasts are always a correct choice with each visit and is another revolving dish that is created by a different staff member each day. I have never tested this claim, but assume if I dined at Parigi 365 times in a row (gasp, another joy), I would sample 365 different recipes for deviled eggs. Worthy of attempt to be sure. Continue reading →
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 →
Brunch is the most important meal of the day. So to ensure everyone gets their weekend fix, Saint Rocco’s is launching a new Sunday brunch buffet on March 7 that is stocked with all manner of delicious dishes. For just $25, diners can get their fill of Italian meats and cheeses, breakfast favorites like sausage and French toast, and hearty entrees like baked pasta and salmon. Desserts too, of course. And yet, somehow, that’s not even the best part. Continue reading →