One of my favorite areas outside of north Dallas is lower Greenville. There are a ton of wonderful restaurants, bars, and places to have a great time. A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to Feed Company with Dallas Blogger Brunch. Their restaurant is beautiful and the menu is impressive to say the least.
About Feed Company
Feed Company is one of the newest and coolest restaurants in Lower Greenville. They make everything from scratch in house. Feed Company also gets all of their meats from a local farm, so everything is fresh. You can get breakfast all day every day, since their menu stays the same. What’s better than all day brunch? Not to mention, they offer a variety of delicious, handmade cocktails as well as a huge bourbon menu.
What to drink
Since Feed Company is an eatery and bourbon lounge, they have an extensive bourbon menu to choose from. However, they also offer a full bar and several, delicious classic cocktails.
The company gimlet is a good choice if you like pretty colors, refreshing flavors, and vodka.
If bourbon is more your style, grab a steel-cup. You’ll love the walnut and mint flavor combos.
For a more classic choice, go with the mimosa.
What to eat
Feed Company’s menu is divided into several categories.
Here are a few of our favorites from some of the categories.
There are six delicious sharable plates in this section. We passed around the chicharron which is a homemade pork rind with a subtly spicy valentina hot sauce.
Both of the boards looked incredible. They were blogger approved for taste too.
Salmon and bread includes lemon dill cream.
Protein and dairy includes a raspberry peppercorn brandy, walnut pesto, grain mustard and more.
The salmon and asparagus is the perfect healthy option, full of flavor.
On a cold day, the hop chili is the perfect choice to warm you up.
Try the classic grilled cheese and tomato soup pairing. Opt to have it topped with an egg like the first photo above.
The country bun is a great savory meal to fill you up and includes delicious tots.
If you have a sweet tooth, dig in to one of the cakes.
I am a huge fan of the migas and love that it is served with cinnamon dusted apples. The warm migas and cold apples were perfect.
What would you like to try? Leave me a comment below.