Looking for a different brunch option this weekend? Whether you're looking for pizza brunch from an old standby or a place to fill up on mimosas and scrambled eggs, here's a look at five new brunches in Dallas.
3011 Gulden Lane
This new fried chicken joint in Trinity Groves just launched a brunch that kicks off at 11 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. Fill up on eggs Benedict, beignets and a Fat Chicken specialty: fried chicken and doughnuts. To sweeten the pot, there's a mimosa bar and a house michelada if you need a little hair of the dog.
Halcyon Coffee, Bar & Lounge
2900 Greenville Ave.
This brand-new spot on Greenville is part coffee shop, part cocktail bar and lounge and part restaurant, and they're already offering brunch dishes like fried chicken and waffles ($12) and "Halcyon Benedicts" such as the Benito ($12), with smoked pulled pork and tangy barbecue sauce. That gorgeous patio should bring out the brunchers en masse.
Cane Rosso White Lake
7328 Gaston Ave.
Cane Rosso White Lake just unveiled a brand new weekend brunch, and it is well worth the hype. Don't skip the Hylander, a savory waffle stuffed with meatballs and cheese, or the Mother Clucker, a fried chicken biscuit that was built for your hangover.
602 Singleton Blvd.
This West Dallas taco favorite just launched a Sunday brunch with tacos de guisados, the street-style tacos that incorporate stewed, braised or marinated meats. Each Sunday, they offer five or six out of a rotating selection of a dozen new tacos.
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