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Brunch Of The Week: An Inside Job

With restaurant dining rooms closed, food delivery will be a main connection with the outside world for the foreseeable future. Because we can only enjoy home cooking for so long. The good news, every major delivery service out there will let you have breakfast and brunch items delivered, coupled with alcohol delivery options from many, there’s no reason you can’t […]

Brunch Of The Week: With Liberty & Mimosas For All

Getting us north of 635 takes a lot. Usually the promise of fame, fortune and french fries, but we made an exception this past weekend and opted for just one of the three. Liberty Burger‘s Keller Springs location launched brunch at the end of June and because we love Liberty Burger for lunch and dinner, we figured we’d load some […]

Brunch Of The Week: From Cozy To Kozy

This time of year, it can be hard to get out of bed in the morning. Curled up in super-soft sheets and blankets, we can easily convince ourselves to hibernate all weekend. But usually it’s hunger (or our coffee addiction) that finally motivate us to move. And with Kozy Kitchen now in our neighborhood, we really have zero reason to […]

Brunch Of The Week: Let’s Get Sticky!

We get invited to try a lot of places for brunch. Well, every meal imaginable, really. But we always say the truest testament to a restaurant’s appeal is when we return on our own when somebody else isn’t footing the bill. And that’s exactly what’s happened when DC-based Matchbox American Kitchen + Spirit debuted its first Texas restaurant in the […]

Brunch Of The Week: Circle Back Around

No Dallas homo is worthy of street cred if they haven’t eaten at the Original Market Diner on Harry Hines. The place is an institution and gayer than three silver-dollar pancakes. Yet its once-sister restaurant across town, Circle Grill, remains a secret to many. Now under new ownership, regulars won’t find that anything has changed a bit, except for maybe […]

Brunch Of The Month: Vine Dining

If there’s one thing we always complain about, it’s the utter lack of barbecue sauce at breakfast. Fortunately, 18th & Vine on Maple Avenue always has our best interests in mind. Their new brunch just launched a couple weekends ago and we were asked in to give it a test run. Gotta say, we’re impressed. From the moment we walked […]

Brunch Of The Month: Makin’ Bacon

We eat a lot of fancy food. But sometimes we crave a simple, unpretentious meal without even the hint of bone marrow foam, micro-organic pea shoot sorbet, or foie gras dust on the menu. That’s why we love the new Dive Bar Brunch at The Ivy Tavern on Lemmon Avenue. It’s brunch the way we experienced meals as kids visiting […]

Brunch Of The Month: Gayborhood Tex-Mex

We’re always on the hunt for the latest and greatest spots around Dallas, whether it’s restaurants, bars or back-alley, pop-up spray-tanning businesses. So typically our Brunch of the Month feature is dedicated to newcomers on the scene, which sometimes keeps us from appreciating what we’ve had in front of us all along. When Uncle Julio’s asked us to come in […]

Blank Canvas

Hey! You with the naked piece of toast. What’s the story there? Mornings don’t have to be boring, you know. That’s because toast is the blank canvas of the breakfast world. You can do so much to make it exciting. Memorable. And even more (ready for this?) boozy. That’s exactly what Janice Davis and Ray Zies are doing in Buffalo, […]

Brunch Of The Month: Road Trip!

Pack your bags and get ready for adventure! December’s Brunch of the Month at Sugarbacon Proper Kitchen is going to take you out of your bubble, but it’s well worth the drive to McKinney. Now before you balk, hear us out. We don’t like venturing beyond the 635 loop, let alone driving on a George Bush only to cross under […]