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Brunch Of The Month: Sons Of A Biscuit

dal-04_08_16(eggs benedict)It’s taken us a while, but we’ve finally embraced the idea of Saturday brunch. Not sure why it’s taken us so long, but when we realized we could have two days a week of Bloody Marys, mimosas and Benedicts, we felt quite foolish for not getting on board sooner.

The patio at Wayward Sons on Lower Greenville spot is the ideal spot for brunch, but the light and airy dining room is also quite charming. Just like the southern-inspired cooking on the menu.

Build-your-own mimosas are available by the glass or carafe with your choice of two juices to mix with house bubbly or an upgrade to Blu Prosecco. Bloody Marys are crafted with a housemade mix, which packs a real punch of spice.dal-04_08_16(avocado toast)Start with two things for the table to share: avocado toasts and buttermilk biscuits and gravy. Both are wonderful renditions of these menu staples with the buttermilk biscuits easily being our favorite thing on the menu. Choose from either chipped beef gravy or vegan mushroom gravy. You can’t go wrong with either.dal-04_08_16(biscuit and beef gravy)Egg dishes include duck egg shaksouka, chilaquiles and Eggs Benedict made with lamb sausage instead of traditional Canadian bacon. A side of Homestead Heritage grits is an absolute must-order, too.dal-04_08_16(french toast)For your sweet tooth, the cornflake-crusted French toast is a nod to a similar dish chef Graham Dodds created back when he was at Bolsa. It’s a fab dessert for the table because an entire platter would be far too indulgent for one person.

But you be the judge at Wayward Sons this weekend.

On either day that begins with S.

Wayward Sons
Weekend Brunch: Saturday & Sunday, 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
3525 Greenville Avenue, Dallas