A good weekend wouldn’t be complete without a delicious brunch to top it off. Whether it’s chicken and waffles, mimosas or huevos rancheros, Dallas has the perfect brunch for any appetite and craving. Forget waking up early and making breakfast; sleep in and allow one of these top summer brunch spots to take care of the food.
4900 McKinney Ave. Dallas, TX 75205
The popular restaurant is the place in Dallas to be seen on late weekend mornings, so expect a wait. Brunch features a do-it-yourself mimosa bar that is continuously stocked with an assortment of fresh fruit, absinthe and sparkling wine. The “Bruleed Pineapple French Toast” ($13) features brioche topped with mascarpone cheese and rum caramel. For those who want something different, try the “Savory Monkey Rolls” ($5.50) which feature homemade pull-apart bread topped with pesto, parmesan and chevre.
Street’s Fine Chicken
3857 Cedar Springs Rd. Dallas, TX 75219
Brunch in Dallas wouldn’t be complete without the Southern classic “Chicken and Waffles” ($11). Street’s Fine Chicken boasts the best around the city. Crispy, brined chicken breast adorns a tender Belgian waffle and is topped with smoked maple syrup and fluffy butter. The “Chicken Fried Bacon Sandwich” ($10) is the perfect cure for any hangover.
Meso Maya Comida Y Copas
5280 Belt Line Rd. Dallas, TX 75254
Those who loved Tex-mex will enjoy a visit to Meso Maya Comida Y Copas for brunch. Try the “Chilaquiles Tradicionales” ($12) that feature succulent roasted chicken breast, tomatoes, serrano peppers and black beans that are served on a bed of crispy tortilla strips and topped with two eggs. The “Mexican Toast” ($13) is a twist on the traditional brunch favorite, French toast. The toast is hand-battered in Mexican pan dulce and topped with berries and vanilla cream cheese.
3656 Howell St. Dallas, TX 75204
A delicious brunch and entertainment is the perfect way to top off a fun weekend at The Rustic. Free live music begins at 12:30 p.m. on the weekends. Bring the family for a buffet-style brunch ($17/person) and choose from offerings that include polenta cakes served with poblano peppers, eggs baked with cheese and herbs and spicy fried chicken.
So, grab your friends, make a reservation, and end your weekend right with a delicious brunch from these incredible Dallas eateries.