Try These 21 Dishes on What May Be the Most Beautiful Brunch Weekend in Dallas History

Shakshuka — "a mixture" — originated in North Africa and consists of eggs cooked atop a sauce of tomatoes and red peppers. The versions are endless, but Wayward Sons opts for a super light and verdant rendition, with diced tomatoes and peppers swimming in their own juices, a generous slug of olive oil and bronze fennel.EXPAND
Shakshuka — "a mixture" — originated in North Africa and consists of eggs cooked atop a sauce of tomatoes and red peppers. The versions are endless, but Wayward Sons opts for a super light and verdant rendition, with diced tomatoes and peppers swimming in their own juices, a generous slug of olive oil and bronze fennel.
Kathryn DeBruler

Have you seen the weather forecast for this weekend? This is some code red, high alert, category five brunch weather:

Warm but not too hot, sunny with no rain — this is God's brunch weekend.
Warm but not too hot, sunny with no rain — this is God's brunch weekend.
Screenshot of Weather.com

How can we North Texans best take advantage of this glorious pre-summer-meltdown weather? You could go exercise in a park, we guess, or maybe wander around smelling flowers, but let's be honest: This is Dallas, and we'll probably just go to brunch.

With the recent addition of some new brunches like Top Knot and Americano, both of which have lovely patios, we've got more breakfast-meets-lunch-meets-booze options than ever. If you need some inspiration for your weekend brunch adventure, check out this slideshow of 21 glorious dishes and drinks that deserve a spot on your brunch rotation.


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