What's a little Polish, a little Cajun and a wee bit coastal? It's IdleRye's diverse culinary influences. IdleRye set up shop in Deep Ellum during late spring this year and quickly started delivering some of the best brunch dishes in town. We named it the grand daddy of brunch because it has brought a much-needed sense of eclecticism to the Dallas brunch game, and it has done so masterfully. From pierogis that could rival those of a Polish grandmother to a Spanish-style hash of charred Brussels sprouts, olives and chorizo, the kitchen bobs and weaves its way through different cuisines without missing a beat. It's a young, ambitious restaurant with the soul of a practiced one, and it's worthy of your weekends.
Readers' Pick: Café Brazil