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Brunch Of The Month: Comfort Food, Y’all!


There’s a new brunch in town and we’ve been anticipating its launch for more than a year.

And now we’re really hungry.

But as Grandma always said, “Better late than no short rib hash.” (Man, that was one wise old gypsy woman.)

Introducing the brand-new, much-anticipated, highly worth-the-wait brunch from Sissy’s Southern Kitchen. This Saturday-only meal spectacular features six choice entrées that perfectly symbolize the Sissy’s point of view.

Two pieces of Sissy’s famous fried chicken make this a memorable version of the chicken-and-waffle brunch staple. Go really southern for cream biscuits topped with gravy, eggs your way and  plenty of sausage. Eggs Sardue unites poached eggs and freshly cooked artichoke hearts with hollandaise and aged Kentucky ham. Then there’s a delectably creamy and complexly flavored chicken and dumplings for those that prefer a non-egg dish.

But our two favorites (in addition to loving each of the above) are the Sissy’s Benedict and the short rib hash. The first includes a generously crabby lump crab cake atop a cornbread muffin, topped with poached eggs, sautéed jalapeño and hollandaise. The latter, crispy morsels of boldly flavored short ribs and potatoes with sunny side up eggs.

Wash it all down with a delightful Grapefruit Julep, a (non-frozen) Passion Peach Bellini, or a spicy heirloom tomato Bloody Mary.

This was soooo worth the wait.

Brunch at Sissy’s Southern Kitchen
Saturdays, 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. (regular lunch menu offered, too)
2929 Henderson Avenue, Dallas