The Morning After

Morning After Brunch is April 23: Save Money Now with a Brunch Squad 4-Pack

Biscuits and gravy from Morning After in 2019.
Biscuits and gravy from Morning After in 2019. Alison McLean
Pencil in April 23 for an all-day brunch event, followed by a long nap on the couch. Tickets to the Observer's annual Morning After Brunch increase on the day of the event.

Single general admission tickets are $40 each now and include unlimited brunch and three drink tickets to use at bars around the venue. Brunch squad four-packs are $120 you'll get four general admission tickets (a $40 savings), unlimited brunch and cocktail samples, plus three drink tickets each to use at the bars around the event.

VIP tickets are $65 each and come with six drink tickets and access to the VIP Lounge with exclusive restaurants and more.

This year's event takes place from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on April 23 at a new location, Dallas' City Hall Plaza (1500 Marilla St.). We have a whole map of things to do with an inflatable mega slide race in the middle. There's a build your own donut hole bowl near Deep Ellum Brewing Company's beer corner and a DIY '90s spin art station.

Plus the local boutique art gallery Sweet Tooth Hotel will have a "Sprinkle Spa" pop-up immersive art installation. 

The final lineup of participating restaurants can be found on our website or below:
Chiloso Mexican Bistro
Krio
Harlowe MXM
Juiceland
Taqueria La Ventana
El Fenix
Mendocino Farms
San Martin Bakery
Ida Claire
Sweet Joy Bites
Infused Oils & Vinegar
Land of a Thousand Hills Coffee
The Reserve by Taqueria Taxco
Postino WineCafe
La Mina
Anise
BreadEx
Cafe Brazil
The Taco Kitchen
Avery's Savory Popcorn

VIP Lounge
Gus's Fried Chicken
Bowlounge
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Patrick Williams is editor-in-chief of the Dallas Observer.
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