The Morning After

Brunch with Your Crew; 4-Packs to the Observer's Morning After Brunch Are on Sale Now

You get a brunch and you get a brunch and everyone gets all the brunches.
You get a brunch and you get a brunch and everyone gets all the brunches. Melissa Hennings
Time to gather the crew for the Observer’s 5th Annual The Morning After Brunch.

Brunch Squad 4-Packs are now on sale for $135 and include four general admission tickets (a $45 savings), entry into the event at 11:30 am, unlimited brunch samples, brunch cocktail samples, plus three drink tickets to use at bars. Additional drink tickets are available for purchase at the event.

The Morning After Brunch will be held Sunday, Sept. 12 at 11:30 a.m. at the open-air Dallas Farmers Market. Dozens of local restaurants will be on hand with some of the best brunch bites and mimosas in town. Because why have just one brunch when you can have 27?

General admission tickets will get you unlimited brunch and cocktail samples as well as three drink tickets to use at bars located around the event. (Additional drink tickets can be purchased at the event.)


VIP tickets allow early access to the event (11 a.m.), the same unlimited brunch and cocktail samples, plus six drink tickets.

You can also get The Weekender Ticket, which includes full access to the hundreds of beer samples at BrewFest the day before (Sept. 11). That’s two events in one weekend for one price ($76) and hundreds of food and beverage samples from local brewers, restaurants, bakeries and artisans.
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Melissa Hennings
A DJ will be on hand to provide tunes, plus a fully stocked Mimosa & Boozy Juice Bar with bubbly for mimosa lovers and vodka for screwdriver purists. No party is complete without a balloon wall photo backdrop for your Instagram shots. Plus an NFL Zone will be there with games on. And there's shopping at the Boho Market.

Below are all the local restaurants and vendors that will be at the event.

Restaurants
Nikki's Popcorn Co.
BUZZBREWS
Oddfellows
Fireside Pies
400 Gradi
Ida Claire
Lucky's Cafe
Overeasy
San Martin Bakery
Zero Gardi
Primo's MX Kitchen
Cafe Brazil
Fresh Art Foodie
SoCo Coffee & Bistro
Taqueria El Arquito
Juiceland
Dallas Caramel Co.
Del Sur Tacos
Taqueria La Ventana
La Tarte Tropézienne
Brewed & Pressed
Krio
Chiloso Mexican Bistro
Beyond Meat
Bowl Lounge


The health and safety of The Morning After and Dallas communities remain our top priority. We are working closely with local and state officials to create the safest event experience possible. As protocols continue to evolve rapidly regarding public gatherings, our guidance for best practices to be followed at the event is also evolving. Once final protocols are established, we will post all requirements for attendees to adhere to prior to the event date on our website.
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Lauren Drewes Daniels is the Dallas Observer's food editor. She started writing about local restaurants, chefs, beer and kouign-amanns in 2011. She's driven through two dirt devils and is certain they were both some type of cosmic force.