Hudson House debuts a new weekend brunch menu with a heavy dose of New York influence.
The East Coast inspired neighborhood restaurant reveals “A West Village Brunch” taking center stage on the new menu. From house-made cream cheese, meticulously sourced bagels from a local bakery, to thin, hand-cut slices of premium quality fresh fish, Executive Chef Grant Jones says, “ We are excited to implement the new menu at both locations and feel it’s a uniquely fun addition to the brunch scene in town.” Continue reading →
Perle on Maple’s new Sunday brunch Bubbles & Brioche. The Stoneleigh’s new restaurant has a new French-inspired “le brunch” menu featuring champagne and French Bistro classics with a Texas twist. The menu, created by Executive Chef Wade Burch, offers such delights as Duck Confit Pancakes, Eggs “Mimosa,” Brioche French Toast, and the signature Perle Avocado Toast, served a la carte or as a two-course pre-fixed menu (choice of one starter and one main dish) for $29.27.
Deep Ellum’s best new bar is back with another hit. Hide, which has previously only been open on weeknights and weekends after 5:00 p.m., rolled out their new brunch menu this past weekend. The new brunch menu consists of traditional offerings, like mimosas and waffles, as well as signature creations. Hide never does anything simple or basic, and their brunch is no exception.Continue reading →
With all of the eponymous Kenny Bowers restaurants in DFW (Kenny’s Burgers, Kenny’s Wood-Fired Grill, etc.), it can be hard to keep up. Luckily, Kenny’s Smoke House in The Shops at Legacy is cooking up a whole bunch of new brunch options that won’t soon be forgotten.
Kenny’s Smokehouse has been open in The Shops at Legacy since January of 2013, however, the brick-and-wood barbeque joint didn’t start serving brunch until about a year ago, when they had secretly begun testing out new brunch items that weren’t listed on the menu. Now, every Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., guests can choose from six delectable brunch items. Continue reading →
Gung Ho, the bustling American-Chinese restaurant on Lowest Greenville Avenue is launching brunch for the first time ever on Saturday, October 20. Just in time for the fall weather, weekend brunch will be offered every Saturday and Sunday from 10am – 3pm. Continue reading →
Dangling below a beautiful Matisse at le Bilboquet, you will find immaculate starched tablecloths, doting waiters and plates of foie gras terrine, apple tarte tatin and this crazy good Cajun chicken dish. A true French masterpiece posing as a restaurant..