When it comes to brunch, Dallas doesn’t mess around. From chicken and waffles to a decked out mimosa bar, I’ve got you covered. This is by far one of the most asked questions I get from TTD readers when they are coming to visit the DFW area. With that, I am pleased to present you with a list of my top picks for a Dallas brunch. Cheers!
MY TOP PICKS FOR BRUNCH IN DALLAS
With a few locations in the DFW area, Breadwinners never fails to impress! They are well known for their “Hangover Elixirs” and Benedict options, but I’m partial to the pancakes.
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This modern American gastropub is known for its “Classroom” Decor, super cute! My favorite item on their brunch menu is the Eggs Benedict Pizza…delish!
This rustic yet chic spot is known for their fabulous mimosa bar and signature cocktails. Although I have yet to try this item on the menu personally, I hear great things about their chicken and waffles!
Needing a healthy, yet delicious brunch spot? This is your place. If you have food restrictions or looking for something Paleo friendly, they have a ton of options on their menu.
With a location in Plano and a new location in Uptown Dallas, Sixty Vines has been a huge hit for brunchers. Great food, chic atmosphere and an amazing mimosa bar. We always take our out-of-town guests here when they visit! Oh, and they also take reservations on Open Table.
Located in Bishop Arts, Hatties is renowned for their southern-inspired cuisine. One of my all-time favorite spots for brunch!
If you live in the North Dallas / Plano area, you have to try Whiskey Cake. This modern spot has some of the best chicken and waffles I’ve ever tried and a nice Bloody Mary bar! You can also make reservations on Open Table, which is a huge win. If you go for dinner, be sure to try the Whiskey Cake…you’ll be glad you did!
Swanky decor and ambiance, located at the Statler Hotel in Downtown Dallas. Very hip and fun spot!
Located in the Bishop Arts, Oddfellows is known for locally sourcing their produce, meats and dairy. Also known for their delicious pancakes!
My friend and verified food + travel expert, Diana Oats, recommended I add this beautiful french spot to my list. It’s ideal if you are looking for something more refined or a place to celebrate a special occasion. If Diana recommends it, you know it’s good!
This Instagram worthy spot has one of my favorite patios (and cappuccinos). Whether you’re in the mood for house-made pastries or a ham & cheese omelet, this French bistro will not disappoint.
Ewa Macherowska says
Nice post dear 😉
Thanks so much love! Hope you have a great week! Xo
Venice R Greel says
Hi, I really want to visit Texas soon! Where would suggest we stay? Take care!
How fun! There are so many great hotels in Dallas, but I would say a few of my personal fav are: The Joule, The Adolphus, or the Crescent! I hope you enjoy your time in TX! Xo
YUM! Thanks so much for this list. I’m local to Dallas but am always stumped when it comes to weekend brunching.
Right?! There are so many options it’s overwhelming! Hope you found this to be helpful! X
Coming to Dallas in a couple weeks so this is perfect. If you had to pick two, which are you favorites? We want to do the whole mimosas brunch thing and then do some shopping after. Any of these in a better location for shopping? TY
There are several on this list that are close to some pretty great shopping! I would have to recommend Le Bilboquet/Henry’s Majestic which is near shops/boutiques in Knox Henderson. There is also breadwinners on McKinney which is a couple blocks away from West Village which has great shops. Lastly there is another Breadwinners location at the NorthPark Mall which has just about every store you could possibly think of! Enjoy your time in Dallas! Xo