Ask any gay man. Great things always come in threes.
That’s why we were so excited when El Bolero joined sibling restaurants Oak and Pakpao in the Design District. Not only were we confident the decor would be inspired, we knew the menu would be top notch.
Well, color us psychic because we were 100% accurate on both counts and this is officially the most epic trilogy since the original Star Wars.
With the weekend approaching, it’s time to start getting your friends onboard with brunch at El Bolero.Start the party with a Zapatarita, Bolero’s signature margarita made with a complex blend of Sauza Blue 100 Percent Agave, Cointreau, cilantro, sage, pineapple, lime and agave nectar. Or sip on one of their $5 drink specials, including red or green Bloody Marys and Micheladas, or orange, guava and guanavana mimosas.
That’ll keep your thirst quenched while you make the difficult decision of what to eat. Huevos Benedictine (their version of Eggs Benedict) features jalapeño crab cakes for a welcome twist. A Mexican omelet with pico de gallo and Asadero cheese can be upgraded with luxurious lobster.
Or opt for traditional chilaquiles (pictured above) with pulled chicken, red or green sauce, tortilla chips and goat cheese. If you smile really nice-like, they’ll even do half-red and half-green.
All tortillas are made in-house and every brunch dish comes with crispy, tender breakfast potatoes. Best of all, if you can’t make it on the weekend, they’ve got many of the same items for breakfast every day of the week.
Because what Monday couldn’t benefit from breakfast tacos?
And Bloody Marys, of course.
1201 Oak Lawn Ave. #160, Dallas