Best Brunch Spots in Dallas

January 22, 2020

One of my favorite meals is brunch, and I think Dallas has mastered it. When I have time, I love trying new Dallas brunches, but there are several that stand out as the best brunch spots in Dallas.

Last year, I highlighted most of these wonderful spots, so today I am sharing them all in one place. Click the photo for more info about the restaurant, including all the things you should order.

In alphabetical order…


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Bellagreen is the sister restaurant to Original ChopShop.  I love Original ChopShop, and Bellagreen is just as wonderful.

They do a great job of making delicious food at affordable prices, so anyone can have a high-quality meal. Bellagreen strives to reduce their ecological footprint and taking the commitment to earning three or more green stars at each location. Check out their website to see how they are achieving that.

Notable options:  jalapeño bacon, chicken and waffles, lemon poppyseed pancakes

Location: Southeast corner of Walnut Hill & 75


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Beverley’s is a neighborhood bistro that opened this year off Fitzhugh. They serve beautiful renditions of classic brunch items. Enjoy brunch outside at their gorgeous patio or inside which is just as pretty.

Notable options:  gin + tonic, challah French toast, chilaquiles

Location: Fitzhugh, just west of 75

Bitter End

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Bitter End has some of the best French toast around. Besides their delicious food, their menu boasts creative brunch drinks too.

Notable options:  whipped avocado dip, French toast, Belgian Waffle, frozen espresso martini

Location: Deep Ellum

El Bolero

El Bolero has two Dallas locations, each with their own style and design. Every nook and cranny is Instagrammable, so it’s the perfect spot for a weekend brunch.

Notable options:  Oilman, crab cake eggs Benedict, Barbocoa hash, churro French toast

Location: Design District & Fitzhugh

Hudson House

Hudson House is a seaworthy restaurant with plenty of under the sea options for every seafood brunch lover. They also have a ton of menu items that are not “sea-based.” Come for the Hudson tower if you love bagels.

Notable options:  Raw oysters, Hudson tower, eggs Benny

Location: University Park (Lakewood location coming soon)


Saturdays and Sundays are prime time at Maracas. Not only do they have great Mexican food, but they are known for their $1 mimosas. Better than any “pitcher” deal you can find in Dallas, these mimosas are perfect. If you’re lucky, you will catch their Congo line and get a free tequila shot too!

Adam says they have the best service in Dallas, and I agree.

Notable options:  $1 mimosas, pancakes

Location: Deep Ellum

Merchant House

Merchant House s the perfect place to go with a group for brunch. Their menu is divided up into two sections, selfish and selfless. The selfless items are meant to be shared, and the entire menu is a conversation piece. Whether you choose to go to with family or friends, the Merchant House’s goal is to celebrate conversation and togetherness.

Notable options:  French toast bites, chicken as the waffle, Bloody Mary flight

Location: Maple Ave (Turtle Creek area)

Pie Tap

Pie Tap is a wonderful pizza spot with amazing brunch choices. Want a breakfast pizza? They make that. Craving something gooey and sweet? They have that too. Don’t skip out on the frosés made with Hendrix gin.

Notable options:  $3 frosé, biscuits and gravy with bacon

Location: Design District & Henderson Ave.


TacoLingo is another concept behind the creators of Pie Tap, so there are several familiar items, including the $3 frosés. The tacos are fantastic, but the sweet options are so tempting.

Notable options:  $3 frosé, churro donuts, chocolate banana pancakes, chilaquiles

Location: Uptown

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