5 DFW brunch spots you'd be crazy to skip
October 30, 2015 at 6:00 am
Everything truly is bigger in Texas, but if there’s one thing we do best, it’s BIG BRUNCH. While North Texas is transitioning from sweltering heat to mild temperatures, the brunch celebrations continue to remind us that bottomless mimosas and trendy cowboy boots are always appropriate, no matter the season. Whether you’re in the mood for a unique dish in the Bishop Arts District or something in swanky Uptown Dallas, the average foodie can’t go wrong with all of these Dallas-Fort Worth brunch options:
1. Max’s Wine Dive: 3600 McKinney Ave., No. 100, Dallas, TX
If “wining and dining” is your thing, you have to try Max’s. You can’t go wrong with Southern comfort food and world-renowned wine. Their slogan is: “fried chicken and champagne?…Why the hell not?!” I’ll just leave it at that.
Must-haves at Max’s:
Crème Brûlée Battered French Toast
Famous Southern Fried Chicken
2. Buttons: 15207 Addison Rd, Addison, TX / 4701 W. Freeway, Fort Worth, TX
Described as “upscale comfort cuisine, ” Buttons achieves your grandmama’s soul with the essence of jazz culture on a plate. Where else can you get live music, the charming bald and bearded Chef Keith Hicks, and a la carte oxtails for $19?!
Must Haves at Buttons:
Buttons’ Famous Chicken and Waffles
Nacho Mama’s Meatloaf
3. Hattie’s: 418 N. Bishop Ave, dallas, tx
Operating since 1938, Hattie’s is a staple in Dallas. It’s a perfect fusion of Dallas’ down-home aura and New Orleans’s jazzy essence.
Must-haves at Hattie’s:
Low Country Shrimp & Cheddar Grits
4. The Social House: 2708 Routh St, Dallas, TX
(Other locations: 5100 Belt Line Rd. #410, Addison, TX and 840 Curie St., Fort Worth, TX)
The name says it all, this is a casual bar-type of dining experience. They have a list of over 100 beers on draft. The Social House is a great place to brunch on any given Sunday Funday.
Must-haves at The Social House:
5. Gloria’s Latin Cuisine: 600 N. Bishop Ave. Dallas, TX 75208
You know this list would be incomplete without mentioning a Tex-Mex spot! Often referred to as the “Salvatex,” Gloria’s is a Salvadoran and Tex-Mex mini-chain that’s sprinkled throughout Texas.
Must-haves at Gloria’s:
Huevos a caballo