The problem with brunch is that it’s not a daily occurrence. Luckily, happy hours were invented to bridge the gap from one weekend to the next. We were graciously invited to attend a happy hour this week at Social House Addison to sample some delightful bites and some refreshing frozen cocktails.
Social House makes everything on their menu in house and from scratch, which is what sets them apart from the rest. We had the pleasure of trying many items from their menu including the Prosciutto & Pesto Pizza and the Irish Pork Nachos, but my hands down favorite was the Tomato Bruschetta with Basil Pesto. Simple and fresh ingredients, yet very flavorful. It went down even better chased with the Frozen Raspberry Mojito. Social House has a variety of frozen cocktails that will make even the hottest summer day tolerable.
Before our happy hour came to a close, Social House had one last surprise up their sleeve. They announced that they will be opening a new location in Fort Worth early this fall. Congrats Cowtown! Looking forward to visiting Social House’s newest location!
Today we traveled back in time and to the south side of the Big D to hit up a groovy little spot called, The Cedars Social. No, seriously, you will feel like you’ve been swallowed by a time machine and dumped out into a space that’s a stylistic mash-up of the Brady Bunch and the Jetson’s living rooms.
But trust us, you’ll love it!
Arriving at Cedars Social can prove to be difficult because there is no signage on the street to let you know when you’ve hit your destination. Make sure you take Siri along for the ride.
Also, parking is free even though signs in the lot indicate that you must pay. After we had already paid the $5 fee, a waitress outside on her smoke break informed us that people eating at their restaurant do not have to pay. Awesome. We’re so charitable.
Heading indoors, there were lots of oohing and ahhing as we were guided to our seats. The décor is strange but familiar, like stumbling into your grandma’s house after an acid trip. We’re only guessing. *The DBC does not recommend the consumption of acid before partaking in brunch, or ever really.
I was glad to see that their menus were presented in an easy to read layout. Their online menu has all of their drinks, sides and entrees jumbled together in one run-on sentence and is difficult to decipher. I was also impressed by their long list of drink offerings. For $10 you can go for bottomless mimosas or if you’re fancy bottomless rosé. I opted for the mimosas and they were fab! Tall pours and a good OJ to champs ratio, just the way I like them. The Bloody Mary was a little on the spicy side, but in a good feel-the-burn way. The Irish Coffees were also delightful and all coffees (with booze or without) are French Press. A-plus on drinks!
To jumpstart our palettes we ordered a plate of deviled eggs, as well as a sampling of their oysters, which change daily. I’d definitely recommend the eggs as a starter as they were more of a crowd pleaser. The oysters, although beautifully presented, were a little on the small side for $3.75 a piece.
For entrées we went with several of the recommendations from our waitress. The Eggs Benedict was pretty delish, mainly because it was served atop thick pieces of pork belly giving it an extra savory sweetness. The Shrimp and Grits were also appetizing although come served in a very shallow bowl. You might need to eat with slow spoonfuls to really get your money’s worth.
Their burger was good, although pretty standard and comes with a side of parmesan fries, which can be ordered with truffle oil if your heart desires. However, the real standout today was the Breakfast Flatbread. Toppings included pork belly, carmelized onions, cave aged cheddar (whatever that means) and eggs. It was fantastic.
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The Crowd: There was no crowd when we arrived at 11:15AM, but they slowly started to trickle in while we dined.
Dress to Impress: Casual, although if you’re into blending in with your surroundings make sure to wear something that is a nod to mod.
Sounds Like: Portishead, Citizen Cope, Red Hot Chili Peppers…. You’ll definitely want to have your Shazam app ready to go!
Best Bite of the Day: The Breakfast Flatbread for the win. I mean with a pork and melted cheese combo can you really lose?
Worst Thing About Cedars Social: The parking debacle and a very confusing time splitting our check and getting charged for random things at the end.
Best Thing About Cedars Social: The ambiance and cocktails! Definitely a fun place to bring a group or out-of-towners. They have a patio area that overlooks the Dallas skyline that would only enhance your drinking experience.
Wish we could go ahead and time travel to next weekend’s brunch!
See you soon!
Sundays in May were meant for brunching, and so were we. On this particular Sunday we traveled into uncharted territory to explore what the Bishop Arts District had to offer. With so many enticing options it can be hard to decide on just one dining destination, but we followed our gut and landed at a charming little restaurant called Oddfellows. The only thing strange about Oddfellows is that we hadn’t been here sooner.
Strolling inside this hip eatery we were greeted by a hostess that took our name and cell phone number down on an iPad to text us when our table was ready. Oh you fancy huh?
We scored a coveted outdoor table in the shade, with plenty of fans pointed our way to keep it breezy. The only catch to our prime seating was that their picnic tables are community style seating which means sharing your table with other people. Going against everything that your mother has ever taught you, in this setting it is highly encouraged that you talk to strangers. Our tablemate, however, wanted nothing to do with us. Obviously he didn’t realize he was sitting next to the one and only Dallas Brunch Club bloggers – poor schmuck!
After all this adventuring into the unknown, we decided to order up something familiar, a bloody mary and a mimosa, naturally. The bloody mary, arriving in a darling little mason jar with garnishes a plenty, had a delightful flavor with just the right amount of kick to it. The mimosa was just average.
After a little friendly banter with our waiter (shout out to our boy Slaughter) and a lot of cold shoulder from our neighbor, we placed our orders. The Duck Chilaquiles was absolutely fabulous and two gold stars for you if your waiter applauds your pronunciation of this dish, not to brag or anything! This dish includes duck confit covered in spicy ranchero sauce over a bed of black bean corn relish and tortilla strips topped with a fried egg. Boom-shacka-lacka!
We also tried the Smoked Salmon and Goat Cheese Skillet, which was pretty amazing itself served up in a miniature black skillet of salmon, egg, goat cheese and avocado scramble goodness with tortillas on the side for some DIY taco construction.
We also ordered one Red Velvet Pancake to share, because well…why the hell not? It came topped with a cream cheese icing and deliciously sweet syrup, a happy ending to our splendid little adventure.
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The Crowd: Expect a steady crowd of cool cat Bishop Arts brunchers throughout the day. We got there around 1:30 and there was a very short wait, but by 2:00 the wait was going strong again.
Dress to Impress: Summer’s-Coming-Chic. Ladies donned their best sundresses and the gents kept it casual.
Sounds Like: Florence + The Machine sitting at a communal table with Imagine Dragon.
Best Bite of the Day: For the first time ever, I cannot choose just one. I’m sorry. It just can’t be done. All of my bites were pure bliss.
Worst Thing About Oddfellows: Sharing your table with a dud.
Best Thing About Oddfellows: It’s location, food, charm and great wait-staff. We left here saying that we would definitely be returning soon!
Make sure to squeeze in a few more patio brunches before it gets hotter than Hades out there, Dallas! See you soon!
Bone bone bone bone bone bone bone bone…. See you at the Crossroads, Crossroads…. so you won’t be hungry! A few weekends ago, we did some brunching at Crossroads Diner and it is definitely worthy of a shout-out – Bone Thugs style.
This place is nestled off of 75 on Walnut Hill and I never would have known about it, if not for the many recommendations to go and try it out. I’m glad we did. When we arrived there was a line of people out the door. Luckily, we had a few friends that were wrapping up their brunch at Crossroads that we were able to sit down with and pull a switcheroo fast one to get their table. Hey! Ain’t nobody got time to wait 45 minutes for a table!
Once we settled into our stolen table, we started with a “Hug in a Mug”, which is just as friendly as the name suggests. A warm cup of joe with a delicious liquor additive (not Bailey’s-they don’t have any - but something to that effect). Whip cream optional. We didn’t taste test the mimosas, but we did order a Bloody Mary. Yuck. Don’t do it! Their bloody mix was oddly strange tasting. Sorry – just keeping it real.
When dining at Crossroads it is imperative that you start your meal with the Cinnamon Sticky Bun. It is huge and can be shared between at least 4 people, but it is a must-have starter, ender, or both to your meal. I’m telling you it is sinfully delicious and by far the best cinnamon roll I’ve ever had the pleasure of eating. Do it.
Aside from the Sticky Bun, the Crossroads has a very large variety of breakfast and lunch entrees. All are pretty standard fare. The Breakfast Skillet was a stand-out: a scrambling of eggs, bacon, potatoes, onion and cheddar cheese. The Breakfast Tostada was also a good choice and was one of the specials of the day, which as I’m told is usually the way to go.
Additionally, if you check in on Yelp you can score yourself a free side of pancakes. However, a lot of the entrees already include a side of pancakes, so go easy. You might already be on the brink of a diabetic coma after the Sticky Bun.
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The Crowd: Apparently Crossroads Diner is pretty well known amongst the breakfast crowd so be sure to get there early to grab a spot… or if you like to sleep in send your friends to do the dirty work! Crossroads opens at 7AM.
Dress to Impress: Gold chains and your diamond grill. Oops wrong Crossroads! Leave your gangsta wear at home. Casual attire is fine.
Sounds Like: I don’t recall any atmosphere music playing, just the sounds of my Sticky Bun whispering sweet nothings into my ear.
Best Bite of the Day: Sticky Bun, duh.
Worst Thing About Crossroads: The wait and the Bloody Marys.
Best Thing About Crossroads: STICKY BUN!!! Okay, okay you get it, but seriously get your buns over to Crossroads right now. You won’t regret it!
Hope all of you Dallas brunchers are enjoying all of this delightful weather we’ve been having! Spring has sprung and we look forward to brunching at a patio near you!
Top of the morning to ya! The Dallas Brunch Club was up and at ‘em this morning to celebrate Dallas’ favorite holiday – St. Patrick’s Day! There is nothing quite like putting on your finest green ensemble, packing onto Greenville Avenue with thousands of others boasting their “Irish roots” to anyone who will listen (“no, really…I swear I’m one-eleventh Irish”) whilst sloshing around giant mugs of green beer. Pretty much just one gigantic green-themed frat party. To prepare, it was important that we get at least one solid meal under our belts before the festivities began, so we decided to meet up for brunch at Taverna.
For those already familiar with this Lombardi family owned establishment it is important to note that they have recently changed locations and can now be found just around the corner on Knox Street, next door to Toulouse. They now have an even larger patio dining area that opens up into the restaurant and a cute little courtyard on the outside, as well.
Any true Taverna fan knows that the main reason to brunch at Taverna has nothing to do with their food. It’s all about the $2 mimosas and bellinis! And with the waiters constantly coming by to top off your glass it’s easy to lose track of how many you’ve had. Definitely the perfect place to get your St. Patty’s Day buzz on!
Sometimes if you look really ravenous or your order is taking awhile they will even bring out some complimentary parmesan focaccia bread with a side of rosemary olive oil. Cheap booze and free bread, are you feeling lucky yet??
For entrees you can’t go wrong ordering off the special’s board. The Taverna Frittata and Taverna Breakfast change daily and are usually crowd pleasers, though sometimes a little costly. Today’s Breakfast Special came with two pancetta wrapped pork medallions topped with hollandaise and crabmeat with two eggs over easy, breakfast potatoes and a side of broccolini. This can easily be shared between two people.
I’ve personally sampled nearly every entrée on their brunch menu (what can I say…the $2 mimosas keep me coming back for more) and while all are pretty good, my go-to dish that never disappoints is the Classic Eggs Benedict with crabmeat. It’s magically delicious!
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The Crowd: People looking to get their drank on without running up a large tab. Make sure you get here before 11:30 or risk having to wait a bit for a table.
Dress to Impress: Casual Cute, this place is always hopping and it’s likely you’ll run into someone you know so make sure you comb your hair before heading out the door.
Sounds Like: Honestly, I don’t recall any music playing at all. But that may have been on account of the mimosas.
Best Bite of the Day: Eggs Benedict with Crabmeat.
Worst Thing About Taverna: Taverna does not sell liquor. Therefore, no Bloody Mary’s, no Bailey’s for your coffee, no fun.
Best Thing About Taverna: The $2 Mimosas and Bellinis, duh!
May the luck of the Irish be with you this week and for all your brunches to come!
Wow! Someone really pissed the Groundhog off this year! Snow in March? While the bad weather may have ruined any thoughts of patio brunching – we still need to eat, so the show must go on. We decided to go super casual today and headed to our neighborhood Torchy’s Tacos.
Originally starting off as a food trailer in Austin selling “damn good” tacos, Torchy’s has expanded throughout the great state of Texas and lucky for us, there are several locations in the Dallas area. We hit up the one on SMU Blvd. this frosty morning.
Torchy’s is an order-at-the-counter kind of joint. Usually not my cup of tea, but as mentioned we were keeping it low key today. The thing I hate about having to order right when you walk in is that there just isn’t enough time to truly evaluate the menu before ordering. No one wants to be forced into making hasty decisions and then suffer from food envy, or taco envy in this case. We let a few people cut in front off us, before we were ready to commit to an order.
On recommendation, we decided to order up a side bowl of the Green Chile Queso. A smoky flavored queso topped with cilantro, Diablo hot sauce and a scoop of guacamole. My, oh, my…was it delicious and the perfect remedy for this chilly morning.
We decided to take up residence at the bar, as most of the tables were full. Looks like many of our fellow Dallasites had the same idea as us today. We sampled the Mimosas and Bloody Marys – which were both fantastic and a steal of a deal at $2 and $3, respectively.
One round of drinks and basket of chips down, our tacos made their grand entrance. We sampled the following:
The Trailer Park – Fried Chicken, Green Chiles, Pico de Gallo and Cheese – we ordered it “trashy” of course which adds Queso on top. Always a winner! $3.75
The Independent – Fried Portobello Mushroom Strips with Refried Black Beans, Roasted Corn, Carrots, Cilantro and Avocado drizzled with Ancho Aioli. YUM! $3.50
Bacon, Egg and Cheese – Your standard breakfast taco. $2.25
The Roscoe – Their taco of the Month for March. Imagine the taco version of Chicken and Waffles. Umm, yes please! $4.75
There are so many other fabulous tacos to try at Torchy’s so you’ll have to make a few trips to find your personal fav. I will say that I’ve never been disappointed by the Taco of the Month. The others I just rotate through depending on my craving du jour.
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The Crowd: People looking to get their grub on. Taco lovers unite!
Dress to Impress: Whatever you don’t mind spilling queso on.
Sounds Like: Everything from Weezer to Ace of Base. Served with a side of “Barbie Girl”.
Best Bite of the Day: The Green Chile Queso.
Worst Thing About Torchy’s: The pressure of ordering without having ample time to analyze the
Best Thing About Torchy’s: Delicious tacos and great drink specials. What more could you ask for on a lazy Sunday?
Hope everyone is staying warm during this freak cold spell. We will be going on hiatus for one week, but don’t worry we will be back in time to celebrate St. Patty’s with you!
After barely surviving National Margarita Day (who knew that was an actual thing…), this crew was ready for a hearty and delicious meal. We decided to take a stroll down Greenville Ave. and landed at one of our favorite new spots – The Libertine Bar. I had driven past this place a million times before deciding to check it out and boy am I glad I did.
It took a pretty big effort to get out of bed this morning and as such, we missed out on the patio seating. The Libertine has a lot going on inside though so we weren’t too upset. We were taken to a booth in the back of the restaurant where some breakfast breads awaited us. It’s always nice to have a few complimentary carbs on hand to get the party started and help soak up last night’s tequila binge.
We ordered some Bloody Mary’s to take the edge off. They make their mix in house and it has a nice, smooth flavor, with the perfect amount of spice. Though they can accommodate those who prefer to burn off a few taste buds. All of their champagne cocktails are $2.50 during brunch. We sampled the Bellini and really it just tasted like cheap champagne so I’d pass on those next time. Unless that’s your thing.
The guys in our group both went with the Burger because well, they’re guys. Although not very adventurous, it was a solid choice, especially topped with a fried, over-medium egg and a few pieces of bacon.
The Crab Eggs Benedict was a pretty traditional take on the classic - poached eggs, spinach, hollandaise and crab meat atop an English muffin. You can add a pancake as a side to any meal for an extra $1. Don’t mind if I do! Your choice of buttermilk or gingerbread. Go with the gingerbread – fo. sho.
And for the win, if you are craving something truly spectacular, you must do yourself the favor of ordering the Shrimp and Grits. This was one of the creamiest and most flavorful bowl of grits I’ve ever had the pleasure of laying my fork to and they were very generous with the shrimp. I, however, was not – get your own! :)
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The Crowd: No uptight brunchers here. A laid back gathering of 30 something’s looking for some good grub in a chill atmosphere. Just get here early or you’ll get the booth in the back between the coffee pots and the bathroom. Brunch starts at 11AM.
Dress to Impress: Hipster casual. Flaunt your new ink, let your bra hang out, long hair don’t care…. anything goes.
Sounds Like: A hipster’s paradise. Mumford and Sons. Radiohead. Plus a bunch of other songs I had never heard.
Best Bite of the Day: Shrimp and Grits, hands down.
Worst Thing About The Libertine: It took for.ev.er to get our food. (Probably around an hour) They blamed it on the burgers. I blame it on a certain someone forgetting to put in our order. But hey - if you’ve got some time to kill and aren’t about to eat your right arm off then it’s definitely worth the wait.
Best Thing About The Libertine: They really do have an amazing menu, and not just for brunch. Definitely a great spot for foodies and beer connoisseurs alike. During brunch, however, they only serve
from the brunch menu and I could write a whole love sonnet about their Portobello Fries from their small plates menu. You’ll need to make multiple trips to truly appreciate this place.
Well that’s that. Hope everyone has a splendid week! Where do you all want to go next Sunday?
As if we didn’t indulge enough this Valentine’s weekend, the Dallas Brunch Club decided to follow cupid’s arrow to Terilli’s for a Sunday brunch with our amores.
Apparently, we weren’t the only ones who decided to cap off the weekend with celebration. There was a half-hour wait for a table. Luckily, we had a “Build Your Own Bloody Mary” bar to pass the time and for $4 – what a steal! Especially for those piling theirs high with jumbo shrimp and banana peppers.
After 20 more frustrating minutes of waiting on our table to be cleaned that we had already been paged for, we were finally seated at a perfect little table on the patio. The ideal spot for watching Dallas’ finest rev their engines down Greenville to compensate for what they may be lacking!
The long wait was quickly forgiven, when our waitress brought us some complimentary blueberry muffins with a side of strawberry butter. Heaven. That fluffy, pink goodness is the stuff that dreams are made of.
After every morsel of muffin was devoured, we ordered an array of entrees. For myself, I chose the Egg White Omelet. If you’re a goat cheese fan at all, then this is definitely for you – super cheesy, therefore obviously delicious!
After discovering that there was a crab shortage, due to the lover’s holiday, other DBC members settled on such entrees as the Gorgonzola Omelet and the Bistro Burger.
Although all were enjoyed, none could come close to the amazingness that is the Italcho! The Italchos are a Terilli’s speciality - an order of breakfast nachos piled high with your favorite toppings. We got a little aggressive with our toppings, thus leading to a $25 entrée, however, every bite was worthwhile and the Italchos were the complete envy of others at the table.
Satisfied, yet unwilling to end this glorious day of brunching, we decided to take the party upstairs to the rooftop patio. Here they serve drinks and appetizers, but do not offer the full menu. Maybe trekking the food up three flights of stairs is too risky? Didn’t matter to us, the open-air ambiance of the rooftop was the perfect place to lounge with friends over a few mimosas.
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The Crowd: This is a classy joint, catering to those looking to dine out for special occasions. (Though the DBC always considers brunch a special occasion.) Try to make it in before 12:00PM to avoid a long wait.
Dress to Impress: Again, keep it classy! Tory Burch flats and your best sweater set will make you feel right at home.
Sounds Like: A trip down memory lane if you’re into classics from the 60’s & 70’s. You’ll find yourself humming along to classics by legends such as The Beatles and Bob Dylan or in the middle of a Shazaam-ing war with your friend to settle a debate over who sings this song?
Worst Thing About Terilli’s: The $2 mimosas were a little weak on their pours. We later found out that they were running low on champagne after Valentine’s weekend! Next time we’ll make ours a double!
Best Thing About Terilli’s: Three-way tie between the strawberry butter, the Italchos and the rooftop patio! I suggest you make it a perfect day and go for the trifecta!
Today the DBC explored uncharted territory. We traveled to the other side of the pond (ok, fine we crossed McKinney Ave), to visit the British Beverage Company. Though it really did feel like we had just touched down in London Town, as the weather was drizzly and 50 shades of grey. A perfect day for cozying up at the BBC for Sunday brunch.
The BBC has one of the best deals in town if you’re into mimosas. For a mere 99 cents you get yourself a fancy glass filled three-fourths of the way with champagne, which you can top off at the juice bar. I sampled the strawberry, peach and orange juices. I personally recommend the peach.
Another Dallas Brunch Clubber ordered an Irish Coffee, but had a little trouble getting a good coffee to Bailey’s ratio. I’ll let you guess which one it was lacking. The Bloody Mary was quite tasty on the other hand – figures, Bloody Brits!
We had a hard time getting our fellow brunchers out of bed to join us this morning. Apparently they heard that Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning, so we weren’t able to sample as much of the menu as we would have liked.
Counting calories isn’t necessary on cold days; therefore, we decided to try out the Frangelico French Toast. Brioche bread battered in Frangelico batter, topped with hazlenut butter. Sounded heavenly, but was sadly only average.
The BBC Chicken and Waffle was again, a little on the plain side, but they definitely didn’t skimp on the panko-crusted chicken breast. It nearly covered the entire waffle. Blimey!
The best order of the day was the BBC Welsh Rarebit Grilled Cheese sandwich. An open-faced sourdough toast topped with turkey, applewood bacon and a blend of cheddar, gouda, and bleu cheese melty goodness.
Though a couple of our dishes disappointed, we still very much enjoyed dining at the British Beverage Company. Let’s be honest - Britain isn’t really known for their food, anyway. It’s more the place for getting knockered with your best mates over a few pints. This too can be said for the BBC.
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The Crowd: A fun-loving mix of 20 & 30 somethings looking to get their bangers and mash on. You definitely want to head to the BBC around or after 12:30pm, if you're looking to mingle.
Dress to Impress: Brits keep it casual and so do those dining at British Bev. Leave your pumps and crown jewels at home and opt for something more comfy.
Sounds Like: A DJ was spinning a Top 40’s mix. Not over the top club music, but enough to get your foot tapping.
Best Thing About BBC: The atmosphere! The BBC is definitely a unique spot for Dallas. From the huge picture of Amy Winehouse hanging above the ATM machine to the leather wingback seating, you will definitely feel like you’ve taken a stay-cation. You’ll also want to make sure and instagram a pic of you and your bestie in front of the red telephone box as proof of your good times!
Worst Thing About BBC: As mentioned previously, their food lacked excitement, though it’s still a neat brunch destination that we’ll be sure to visit again.
Thanks for stopping by this week!
Two brunches in one weekend may be a tad on the aggressive side, we’re willing to admit, but somebody’s gotta do it. Our destination this Sunday: Primebar.
I had heard good things about Primebar’s brunch, but this was to be our first experience. However, if you’re thinking about visiting, get ready to spend $7 for self-parking.
As soon as we got comfy on the patio, we immediately took the liberty of ordering ourselves a $5 carafe of mimosas. You can also order them individually at $2 a glass. Hmm, I’ll let you do the math on that one, but it looks like we came out ahead. I will say though, even after we were three carafes deep (split between 3 people, mind you) we barely had a buzz. Heavy on the OJ, light on the champs. Just the way I don't like 'em.
Go with the Bloody instead. It’ll cost you $4, but at least you can taste the alcohol. Or go hard like a neighboring table - a couple of guys looking to make friends with the DBC, throwing back Jack and Cokes. They likely started out with the "virgin" mimosas and were forced to take it up a notch.
We began our brunch with the Spinach and White Queso. A melty plate of cheesy deliciousness. Definitely a great starter. For mealtime, we ordered up a plethora of options. One, DBC member went for the BAT Sandwich. Which I suppose stands for Bacon, Arugula, and Tomato…but it’s ambiguity leads one to dream up other more entertaining acronyms. It was pretty tasty. I’m not a huge arugula fan, but those that are will love it.
Shout out to my BFF who made a special trip up from Houston to join us for our day of brunching. She enjoys channeling her inner hippie and as such, the herbivore omelet was right up her alley. I tried to sneak a bite, but hungry vegatarians don’t share their food. I don’t blame them.
We also had a full-fledged paleo at our table and he went the opposite route with the omnivore omelet. At Primebar, there is something for everyone.
Luckily, I’m no vegan, nor caveman, so I ordered the chicken and biscuit. Fried chicken, nestled on top of biscuits, gravy and a fried egg. It was pretty damn good – the biscuit was a little on the dry side, but otherwise, quite enjoyable.
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People looking to mix, mingle and have a good time. The seating on the patio lends itself to striking up convos with the people at the next table... or maybe it was just the Jack and Cokes that sped things along!
Dress to Impress: Dallasite’s brought their A-game to brunch today! Primebar doesn’t open until 11:00am on Sundays so you have extra time to find something fun to wear.
Sounds Like: Ooontz, Ooontz! Ain’t no party like a Primebar party, cuz a Primebar party don’t stop. There was a DJ spinning out on the patio, causing us to second guess if we had accidentally woken up in Vegas. Get ready to fist pump!
Best Thing About Primebar: I’d come back for the Carnitas Tacos fo sho. Great atmosphere for those looking to keep the weekend party going strong!
Worst Thing About Primebar: Their "mimosas". Unless you’re pregnant or planning on being the designated driver, I’d go with something else.*
*DBC does not encourage the consumption of alcohol by pregnant women or designated drivers.
Well that’s a wrap for this weekend. See you next time Dallas!