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Brunch Of The Week: There’s Got To Be A Morning After

Eat all the things.

If this is your dining motto, you probably already know about the Dallas Observer‘s famous Morning After Brunchcelebrating its third edition on Saturday, February 8. The past three years have sold out, so we wanted to give you ample opportunity to secure tickets to this festive fête featuring a practically unlimited variety of brunch food and drink.

Your ticket gets you access to bottomless brunch bites from dozens of popular restaurantscocktail samples at multiple stations, plus drink tickets to exchange for full-size cocktails at one of the many on-site bars.

General admission gets you three drink tickets, while VIP admission gets you six, plus a welcome drink upon entry (not to mention a 30-minute head start on the food stations). Or score a real bargain by bringing your entire squad and save more than $10 per person by purchasing four-packs of general admission entry tickets.

It’s one of the biggest brunch bonanzas in the city, so for the love of all that’s good and hollandaisey, get your tickets now.

Dallas Observer and Whole Foods Present The Morning After
Saturday, February 8
11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Tickets: $45 (General Admission); $33.75 (General admission per person in 4-packs); $70 (VIP)
Dallas Farmers Market
920 South Harwood Street, Dallas
dobrunchthemorningafter.com

Photo Credit: Dallas Observer

Participating restaurants as of 1/9/2020:
Asian Mint
Barley & Board
Blends Daiquiri Lounge
Blue Mesa Grill
Bundt Cake-A-Holic
Cafe Brazil
Carlo’s Bakery
Del Sur Tacos
Eddie V’s Prime Seafood
Frutiland Gourmet
Harlowe MXM
Ida Claire
House of Blues
Lucky’s Cafe
Meso Maya
Oddfellows
Revolver Taco Lounge
Sanchos by Taco Heads
Sundown at Granada
Tacodeli
Taqueria Taxco
The Empanada Cookhouse
Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse
Yummy Pizza Food Truck

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