Searching for a new brunch spot to try in Dallas? We’ve got you. Here are some of the best new restaurants for a late breakfast in the city.
Opened by Chopped judge and chef Amanda Frietag, this new American cafe is now open for breakfast and lunch seven days a week. With indoor and outdoor seating, Rise + Thyme is a great spot for brunch in downtown. Must-try bites include the jam, avocado, or salmon toasts, as well as the chef’s scramble. Pair with a freshly steamed latte or cappuccino for a caffeinated start to your day.
Yardbird Southern Table and Bar
One of the best places to order chicken and waffles in Dallas is this new Southern restaurant from Miami. The dish is always available, but it feels particularly apropos during brunch hours (Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 4 pm). You can also find breakfast options like the smoked salmon avocado toast, crab cake Benedict, blueberry pie pancakes, and more. The blackberry bourbon lemonade is also a must-try.
Open for brunch on Saturdays and Sundays (10:30 am to 4 pm), JAXON offers ample al fresco seating and mimosa carafes in various flavors. Make sure to try the honey chicken biscuit, apple fritters, or smoked brisket (or salmon) hash, as well as either the traditional, grapefruit and pomegranate, or prickly pear and pineapple mimosas. Or for a caffeine kick, the Amarillo by Morning is a nitro cold draft coffee with vanilla, espresso liqueur, coconut cream, and Evan Williams bourbon.
This new American tavern at the new Kimpton Pittman Hotel in Deep Ellum offers a great Sunday brunch from 10 am to 3 pm. Don’t miss chef Graham Dodds’ smoked brisket hash, whipped ricotta toast, or Abel’s Perfect Omelette. Pair with a mimosa, Bloody Mary, sangria, or French 75 for the optimal Sunday Funday.
Opened by Gera Barrera and Mauricio Gallegos in 2020, this authentic Mexican cafe is serving some of the best coffee and breakfast bites in Oak Cliff. Favorites include the Xaman horchata with a shot of espresso and chilaquiles rojos y verdes with chicken or steak. Other options include concha pastries, three-egg omelettes, paninis, and soup.
For weekday brunch, look no further than Sloane’s Corner in downtown. A charming outdoor patio provides enough space for lounging, or you can take an Empire Bakery bagel and brioche donut to go. Huevos ranchero tacos, English muffin sandwiches, and an egg white frittata are menu standouts.
This modern American restaurant comes from the same minds behind HG Sply Co. and offers a great brunch menu — whether you order it for dine-in or to-go. From 10 am to 3 pm on weekends, you can order the bacon breakfast on a bun, chorizo omelet, breakfast tacos, and more. Or check out the blueberry lemon stack of pancakes or the Hangover soup. Cocktails can also be taken to-go or enjoyed on the outdoor patio.
New American bar and restaurant Hurdy Gurdy, named after the string instrument, is now serving brunch on weekends. From 10 am to 3 pm on Saturday and Sunday, you can order chicken and waffles with candied jalapeños, pumpkin spice French toast, breakfast poutine, and more. Add a shot of bourbon to the Maple Cold Brew or Cold Mocha to warm yourself up on the giant outdoor patio.
At the former Ross & Hall spot, a new American bistro is serving brunch on weekends from 10:30 am to 3 pm on the beautiful outdoor patio. The drink menu includes a variety of French press cocktails that serve two to four people for $38 in flavors like grapefruit rose; peach orange blossom; and cucumber and mint. For food, check out the waffle board (serves two) which includes bacon or sausage, Nutella, syrup, and fresh fruit or the open faced smoked salmon croissant.
In North Plano, this family-owned and operated brunch joint is now serving an extensive menu of breakfast classics, omelettes, skillets, eggs Benedict, scramblers, pancakes, French toast, crepes, and toasts. Open every day from 7 am to 3 pm, basically whenever you’re craving brunch, you can get brunch.