In a Dallas brunch rut? Try these 4 awesome Dallas brunch spots!
Are you getting tired of the same old brunch spots? It’s easy to get stuck in a rut, but luckily, there are so many delicious spots in Dallas that have been overlooked for brunch! We’re jazzed that notable Dallas restaurants have graced us with hot new weekend breakfast services that have given us so many new, yummy brunch options! Here are 4 brunch spots you need to try asap!
Wayward Sons in Lower Greenville
Okay, we know that the whole farm-to-fork concept can be a little annoying, but this spot is literally amazing and unique. It’s not just your same old Southern spot. They have lamb sausage, beef bacon, and duck egg shakshouka; plus, a paleo granola, salads, and avocado toast for lighter eaters. AND they’re rocking blueberry pancakes so you know the brunch vibes are real.
Mudhen Meat & Greens Downtown
This new restaurant at the Farmer’s Market is super-health-conscious, but also has a delicious flair. In fact, dishes like collard spring rolls, green eggs and ham Benedict, whole wheat pancakes, and “Groatmeal” are right in line with the fresh, local, and sustainable menu Mudhen loves to serve. They even have made-to-order juices and we all know how hot juices are right now!
Top Knot in Uptown
Top Knot is Uchis little brother who is cheaper and just as delicious. Plus, Top Knot has a more chill, mellow vibe. Their Sunday brunch menu features some very serious culinary chops. Miso-caramel pull-apart buns and the katsudon topped with egg, or the pimento cheese-drenched breakfast bun are all solid options. Maybe start with any of the phenomenal brunch cocktails to smooth the decision-making process.
If you want to try something new, Americano’s Italian-influenced brunch cuisine is the bomb. You’d be crazy not to try the breakfast pizza, crafted on the crisp, light dough that makes dinner pizzas soar, but don’t overlook the saucy baked eggs or the torta rustica. Their sleek patio and trendy guests make Americano a top brunch spot on a Saturday.