Prime patio season is officially upon us. And few places in town have better outdoor digs than Happiest Hour in the Harwood District.
And even fewer places have heartier brunch options, either.
Plus, everything on the brunch menu has a creative twist.
The Crab Cake Benedict gets extra richness from poblano butter.
Boozy French Toast comes with Fireball maple syrup (now the only way we can tolerate Fireball), as well as whipped cream made with Maker’s Mark.
Even boring old oatmeal gets a Girl Scout-worthy spin with a splash of Goldschläger and chocolate for one of the only brunch dishes that might leave your breath fresher than when you started. Maybe.
You’ll also find Avocado Bacon Toast loaded with bacon bits. Like really loaded. Traditional breakfast tacos, Pecan Pie Pancakes, Bangers and Eggs and Brisket Hash round out the small-but-excellent brunch menu. And at $9-15 each, the price is right, too, especially for the large portion sizes.
So while you have the opportunity to enjoy some superb autumn weather, get yourself to the patio at Happiest Hour.
We promise, whether you spend 60 minutes or 180, their name will certainly prove accurate.
Happiest Hour BrunchPhotos courtesy of Happiest Hour Dallas
Saturdays and Sundays
11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
2616 Olive Street, Dallas