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Brunch Of The Week: In Love With Veuve

What’s one thing we love as much as champagne? A good rhyme.

So consider this both a brunch recommendation and a PSA on how to pronounce one of the best champagnes in the world. Veuve rhymes with love. Not moooove as so many people say it. We met with brand representatives several years ago and their mantra of “Veuve rhymes with love” has always stuck with us.

But however you like to pronounce it, if you appreciate the high-end bubbly as we do, you’ll know what a great deal the new brunch is at the recently opened Nosh Bistro at Northwest Highway and Hillcrest Road in the old Dish Preston Hollow space (RIP).

These Benedicts are twice as nice.

For $39 you can build your own three-course brunch with a flute of perfectly chilled Veuve Clicquot. To put that bargain in perspective, a single glass sells for $25, so you’re getting a trio of delectable food courses for a mere $14 extra. Not bad considering the brunch entrees alone range from $15 to $21 apiece.

(Loving mathematics now, aren’t you!?)

For anyone who doesn’t know or know of chef Avner Samuel, he’s a perfectionist with absolute mastery of the culinary arts. That alone should alert you to the fact that this isn’t your typical Dallas drink-and-drown bottomless-swill-mimosa brunch that’ll leave your head aching for days after the final sip.

Chicken on a biscuit, no drive-thru needed.

This is high-end cuisine to be sure, yet the atmosphere is never stuffy. Especially at brunch when delights include a duo of Benedicts—one with beef tenderloin and the other with cured Pacific salmon. Or skip the drive-thru for a chicken-and-biscuit fix that’ll definitely fill you up and leave you questioning why you ordered three doughnuts for dessert.

But trust us, you’ll WANT the doughnuts.

And maybe another glass of Veuve.

Nosh Bistro Sunday Brunch
10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
$39 for three courses & glass of Veuve Clicquot
Items also available a la carte
8611 Hillcrest Road, Dallas
noshbistrodallas.com

Photos courtesy of Nosh Bistro

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