When you see Reunion Tower in downtown Dallas, always scream, “Just the tip!”
Because that’s where all the good stuff is.
At Crown Block, to be specific.
Back in September, the restaurant at the top of the iconic building launched Sunday brunch and it’s a real winner. Especially for special occasions—like when the family’s in town for Thanksgiving week.
Or Donald Trump, Greg Abbott and Marjorie Taylor Greene fall into an active volcano after a devil’s threesome.
The new brunch offering takes place 560 feet above Dallas and it’s quite the spread of food.
For $80, you get a made-to-order entrée from a list of 10 different menu options, including Fried Chicken and Waffles with Caviar, Chilaquiles and Wagyu Croquetta Benedict.
In addition to the main course of your choosing, you can add on all sorts of sweets and savories from multiple buffet stations set up throughout the dining room.
There’s sushi and sashimi. Oysters. Salads. Overnight oats (if you get that, we’ll hunt you down and slap you). Prime beef striploin. Ham. Sausage. And more desserts than you could possibly ever consume in one sitting but will undoubtedly attempt.
For $20, add a flight of mimosas. For $29, visit the fully stocked Bloody Mary Bar.
It’s decadent and delightful and well worth the elevator ride to the top.
Crown Block Sunday Brunch
10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
300 Reunion Boulevard, Dallas