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Brunch Of The Week: Deep In The Heart Of Tejas

Variety may be the spice of life, but it can also make for a very long brunch. Especially if you have friends who are bad at making food decisions.

Well, that’s practically impossible at the recently opened Tejas in the Bishop Arts District. The super-simple menu features only three breakfast tacos, three lunch/dinner versions and a trio of burgers (one of which features a fried egg, so yeah, also brunchy).

Oh, and some pretty kick-ass queso.

Better still, the prices are insanely reasonable. Each taco option clocks in at a mere $2.95. And cocktails, only $6. That translates to a delicious, locally-sourced brunch that’s fast, fun and a freaky good deal any day of the week. The breakfast tacos (and all menu items) are available from opening until closing daily.

The only decision you’ll have to make afterward is where to keep the party going. (Tip: We recommend staying put at Tejas because cocktails elsewhere in the neighborhood will cost you nearly double, if not more).

Because if we’ve said it before, we’ve said it 723 times: The only thing we like more than brunch is cheap brunch.

8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. Daily
(So brunch is on your schedule)
250 North Bishop Avenue, Dallas

Photo Credit: Tejas