I get so excited when a new brunch place opens up in Deep Ellum, because I can walk there after church on Sundays. When I saw Deep Ellum was getting a hip oyster bar that doubles as a delicious brunch spot, I could hardly contain my excitement. Bitter End exceeded my expectations.
When Rhonda announced that April’s Dallas Blogger Brunch would be at Bitter End, I gladly signed up, even though I had reservations for Easter just 6 days before. Yes, I went twice in a week and loved it! Also, shoutout to R Love Floral for the beautiful centerpieces.
I am partial to the gorgeous patio, but the inside is fun too.
What to drink
Bitter End has a fantastic dink menu with several fun brunch options added in.
The Mega-Mosa is a great choice if you love mimosas. It’s gigantic!
Every coffee lover will appreciate the Frozen Espresso Martini too. Not to mention, it is beautiful and comes complete with glitter.
Another favorite is The Marilyn, or a frozen aperol spritz with bubbles and orange.
What to eat
Bitter End’s brunch menu is full of meats, vegetarian options, savory and sweet choices. Here are a few of the things that I’ve tried. I can’t wait to go back and eat my way through the menu.
For the savory lover
Start your meal off with the Whipped Avocado Dip with toasted baguette and crudite.
The menu boasts a selection of egg dishes too.
The House Salad may seem simple, but it’s topped with pickled red onions and champagne vinaigrette.
Not pictured, but tasted and tested is the Chick Magnet. Although it’s in the savory category, it’s also sweet. It’s a cheddar biscuit, stuffed with fried chicken and cheese, and topped with jalapeño honey.
For the sweet lover
There are several great sweet options, but you can never go wrong with a waffle or french toast.
If you are a fan of waffles, the Belgian Waffle is topped with fresh whipped cream and fruit.
The French Toast is another sweet option that everyone at the table agreed is one of the best they have ever had.
What would you order? Are you more of a savory or sweet brunch person?