Last weekend, I had the privilege of attending Dallas Blogger Brunch at Stirr Dallas. I love Stirr and spent my 30th birthday there with family and friends, but I had never been for brunch. The brunch menu just proves they excel at everything.
Stirr is a cool 2 story restaurant/bar in Deep Ellum. Their second floor bar boasts an incredible view of Dallas. Meanwhile, their menu has unique twists to classic favorites (check out the macaroni and cheese topped with Doritos). We have been a few times now and have never been disappointed with anything we’ve ordered.
Recently, they opened a private room to their restaurant to provide additional seating and a space for larger parties. It has it’s own bar, plenty of TVs and a great amount of space.
What to drink
Mimosas are a classic brunch drink, and one that Stirr does greatly. It goes with any menu item, and they offer a carafe price too.
I am a big fan of froses (frozen rose). Stirr makes a great one with St. Germain, frozen rose, and strawberries.
You can never go wrong with The Ramses Elyx made with lavender, Absolyt, lemon and prosecco.
Another favorite is A Girl From Dallas, Lillet Blanc, strawberries, and seasonal berries.
Honestly, there isn’t a bad drink on the menu.
What to eat
The Giant House Made Cinnamon Roll with cream cheese icing is one of the most unique items on the menu. I think ours was double the normal size, but it is still huge. For all you sweet breakfast fans, you will love this one.
For the more savory breakfast fans, the Tuna Poke Tacos are served with a seaweed salad and sriracha drizzle.
This Texas girl loves her some migas, and Stirr’s version, the Texas Migas are served with warm tortillias and salsa.
Another Texas girl favorite, the Suacy Breakfast Burrito, has all the good breakfast stuff (eggs, potatoes, bacon, and cheese) stuffed into a flour tortillia.
Stirr Steak and Eggs is a hearty and delicious option. The girls loved the hash, and you can order the eggs however you like them.
The Stirr Croissandwich is sausage, egg, and cheese sandwiched between two buttery croissants.
Another good savory option is the Deep Ellum Hash. This hash has it all- potatoes, eggs, bacon, veggies, and cheese.
If meat isn’t your think, check out the Veggie Lover Quiche. Between the goat cheese and veggies, you won’t even miss the meat.
Huge shout out to Leslie with Alice and Apricot for the beautiful flowers, hand stamped cards, and hand-lettered champagne flutes. Alice and Apricot is a one stop paper good shop that you must check out.
What would you order for brunch at Stirr? Leave me a comment below.