Brunch enchiladas at Dallas Chop House for Mother's Day.
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Mother’s Day is coming up this Sunday. Procrastinating kids, it’s time to make a reservation for brunch. Impress your mom with flowers, an appreciative card and an excellent meal at one of these top Dallas restaurants.
To make the decision a bit easier, we’ve narrowed it down by neighborhood. So whether your mom has been asking you to take her to Bishop Arts, Deep Ellum, or any other hip, millennial spot in the city, like moms do, you’ve got choices. From carving stations to waffles and Make-Your-Own-Bloody Marys, there’s something for everyone.
Here are the best restaurants in each neighborhood to have brunch with Mom this Sunday.
418 N. Bishop Avenue
An American bistro, Hattie’s brunch menu offers soups, salads and sandwiches. For breakfast, there’s the Hattie’s Hangtown Scramble with herb scrambled eggs, hash browns, bacon-wrapped fried oysters and red chili hollandaise drizzle, cornmeal griddlecakes, or sourdough French toast.
Brunch is from 11 am to 2:30 pm on Sunday. Reservations can be made by calling 214-942-7400.
614 W. Davis Street
This Dallas restaurant has a nice covered patio for some al fresco dining and quality time with Mom. A farm to table restaurant, the brunch menu includes flatbreads, quiche, chilaquiles, french toast cakes, and so much more. Share a carafe of Bolsa Sangria for $36. The beverage has red wine, Diamond rum, fresh citrus, cinnamon and apples.
Reservations can be made on Open Table or by calling 214-367-9367.
316 W. 7th Street
A coffee bar and restaurant, Oddfellows offers brunch from 7 am to 3 pm on Sundays. Oddfellows’ menu includes brisket hash, huevos rancheros and pancakes of the day. There are also po’ boys, cheeseburgers and a chicken salad sandwich.
2642 Main Street
On Mother’s Day weekend, this Mexican restaurant is offering a brunch buffet for $35 per a person. Mom gets half off. Also, if you go on May 10th, Mom gets a free tamale entree and on May 11th, a free mimosa.
For parties of 8 or less, you can make a reservation on Open Table.
2803 Main Street
This Sunday, Stirr is having a Mother’s Day brunch for $39 per person. There will be a carving station, dessert bar, omelet station, mashed potato bar and pastries. The omelet station includes ham, bacon, sausage and veggies and the carving station has roast beef and New York Strip.
Reservations can be made on Open Table or by calling ahead at 214-983-1222.
2816 Elm Street
HIDE bar recently released an all new brunch, served from 11 am to 5 pm. This Sunday, order up some carefully crafted cocktails and innovative brunch items for Mom. On the menu, there’s monkey bread, which is fluffy cinnamon bread with cream cheese icing. There’s also dirty tots, baked eggs and Belgian waffles.
For reservations, go to the HIDE website.
2222 N. Stemmons Freeway
From 11 am to 3 pm on Sunday, this farm-to-table grill is hosting a Mother’s Day brunch for $60 per adult and $20 for children. Food includes a char bar with assorted local meats and artisan cheeses, salads, a sushi bar, breakfast items and so much more. Adult beverages include mimosas for $2 and Bloody Marys for $5.
To make reservations go to Opentable.com/Asador or call 214-267-4815.
1617 Hi Line Drive
For Mother’s Day, Sassetta is serving a special a la carte menu highlighting several signature dishes, house-made pasta and wood-fired pizzas. Features include a Lacinato mushroom quiche with roasted tomato salad and smoked trout salad with egg, pickled mustard seed, dill and cucumber.
Reservations are recommended and can be made on the website or by calling 214-307-5690.
1621 Oak Lawn Avenue
Details about their Mother’s Day brunch are still TBA, but there are going to be specials. The classic Meddlesome Moth brunch menu includes things such as a Badass Bacon Waffle, Morning Buns and asparagus avocado cheese toast.
Stay tuned for details and go ahead and make a reservation on the website.
Dallas Chop House
1717 Main Street
Dallas Chop House is also offering a special Mother’s Day brunch from 11 am to 3 pm on Sunday. Entrees includes brisket enchiladas, steak & eggs, Nutella stuffed French toast and eggs Benedict. There will also be a tomatillo Bloody Mary and blood orange sorbet mimosa.
Make a reservation online or by calling 214-736-7300.
1914 Commerce Street (inside of The Statler)
This Statler hotel brunch spot is hosting an Adventure Brunch for moms on Sunday. There will be a full brunch spread, as well as ping pong and foosball. For $25 per adult, the menu includes an omelette station, waffle station, carving station, taco bar, salad station, banana’s foster station and kid’s station. For $8 more you can also, build your own Bloody Mary or mimosa.
Reservations can be made here for anytime between 10 am and 3 pm.
1530 Main Street
Located next to The Joule, this Italian-American spot is hosting a three course menu for Mother’s Day. For $39, this includes a choice of arancini with taleggio, burrata, beet salad, Little Gem salad, blue crab benedict with broccoli rabe, asparagus & ricotta pizza with prosciutto and egg, mushroom Bolognese, polenta with kale and egg, linguini, shrimp scampi, tiramisu, gelato or sorbet.
Brunch is from 11 am to 3 pm and reservations can be made online.
2912 N. Henderson Avenue
The Porch is doing some special brunch options on Sunday from 10:30 am to 3 pm. The brunch menu includes chicken chilaquiles, smoked salmon & avocado toast and chicken biscuits and gravy. A couple of signature cocktails are The Porch Paloma with Blanco tequila, grapefruit, lime, agave and grapefruit soda and the Walnut Old Fashioned with rye whiskey, walnut liqueur and black walnut bitters,.
The Porch doesn’t take reservations so show up early.
Up On Knox
3230 Knox Street, Ste. 140
Up On Knox’s spring brunch menu has some delicious options. Starters include lemon ricotta pancakes and a Dutch baby pancake. A few of the many entree options are crispy polenta, quiche, or the Knox Burger. And of course they have mimosas and the Knox Bloody Mary with cucumber/bell peppers infused vodka and house made mix.
Reservations can be made on Resy.
La La Land Kind Cafe
5626 Bell Avenue
Treat your mom to a latte and la la avocado toast for Mother’s Day. Situated in a historic home in Lower Greenville, this is a fun spot to spend the afternoon. Although they don’t have a full-on brunch menu or take reservations, La La Land offers all kinds of coffee and matcha drinks, toast, empanadas, and pastries.
There’s indoor and outdoor seating in the front and back of the house.
Upside West Village
2950 Cityplace W. Boulevard
From 10 am to 2 pm on Sunday, this rooftop lounge is serving a full brunch buffet and mimosas. Buffet items include egg white frittatas, fried chicken and bacon waffles and French toast. There will also be an artisan bread station, salad station, omelette station and charcuterie station.
The buffet is $55 per person and includes one mimosa. Reservations can be made by emailing email@example.com
500 Crescent Court, Ste. 160
This Uptown spot is hosting a Mother’s Day brunch from 9 am to 4 pm on Sunday. Inspired by California wine country, this space offers an open kitchen, charcuterie bar and a greenhouse patio. The brunch menu includes shared plates, pasta, pizza, salads and egg dishes.
Go to Open Table for reservations.
2401 McKinney Avenue
This snazzy seafood, steak, and crab house will really show Mom how much you appreciate her. Special a la carte meals include lobster avocado toast, crab cake Benedict, crab and shrimp frittata, French toast, steak & eggs, and Mediterranean seafood salad. A special drink aptly called The Matriarch is also available for $14 and includes Reserva Rum, Soju, Montenegro, lime juice and Orgeat.
Reservations can be made here.