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Brunch Of The Month: Knotty & Nice

dal-06_24_16The gods of brunch have been generous with our fair city. With so many great places (and new ones being added each month), it can be a daunting task to find the best spot for eggs and Bloody Marys.

Fortunately for you, we’re passionate about brunch in ways that would make Dr. Drew a little apprehensive of our mental state.

So after working our way through multiple restaurants over the past month, we’re proud to send you to Top Knot next time you’re jonesing for some truly creative breakfast and lunch fare with a few Asian and Latin American twists.

The concept from Uchi creator, chef Tyson Cole, is one of the hottest tickets in town for dinner. But for four hours each Sunday, they crack open eggs and pour Mimosas like there’s no Monday in the forecast.

Highlights include the miso-caramel cinnamon pull-apart to satisfy your sweet tooth, hot fried chicken Benedict for those who like things spicy, and the daily onigiri with crispy rice, soft poached egg, negi and kimchi caramel for a real Asian-inspired flavor bonanza.

One of our favorites, which we weren’t expecting, is the breakfast bun (pictured above). It’s like a waaaaay elevated fast-food breakfast sandwich with egg, smoked ham and pimento cheese on a soft, Parker House roll with a side of awesome hot sauce.dal-06_24_16(2)The Bloody Mary (and many of the brunch cocktails) have nice Asian flavors, too, to really tie the whole thing together.

Just make sure to give your thanks to the brunch gods before you leave.

A hefty tip for your server should do just fine.

Top Knot
Brunch, Sundays from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
View the menu here: www.topknotdallas.com
2817 Maple Avenue, Dallas (upstairs from Uchi)