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Brunch Of The Week: Keep That Ugly Sweater Handy

The day after Christmas has always been a melancholy one for us. All the build-up to a big holiday celebration and then it’s over like a flash. But this year, we have something to look forward to thanks to Lochland’s Food and Spirits and their special ugly-sweater-themed Boxing Day Brunch. Because why not wear your favorite one last time before sending […]

Brunch Of The Week: Movin’ On Uptown

A few weeks ago, we did a staycation at The Ritz-Carlton Dallas, so we spent a great deal of time exploring everything around the hotel when we weren’t luxuriating in the spa, our room’s giant soaking tub or the rooftop pool. Of course, brunch is always on our weekend agenda, so we wandered across the street to a place we […]

Brunch Of The Week: The Return: Chicken & Waffles On The Patio Edition (In 3-D)

Fifty-five weeks ago, we published our final Brunch of the Week feature for what was then an open-ended timeframe. Even though we wanted to show our support to the restaurant industry in any way possible, we knew the reality of eggs in a styrofoam container sliding around in the backseat of an Uber Eats delivery vehicle wasn’t necessarily the best […]

Where To Get Your Wigs & Eggs This Weekend

Those in Fort Worth have an option for drag brunch, too, so those of us in Dallas can no longer claim exclusivity for access to wigs, waffles, high heels and huevos. MyOhMy The Show presents its popular Drag With Me Brunch this Saturday and pretty much every Saturday for the foreseeable future. And if you’re visiting Cowtown for this event, […]

Booze-Free Brunching

We sure miss our regular weekend brunches. After putting our Brunch of the Week feature on hiatus after the pandemic shut everything down, we’ve officially only had three restaurant brunches (on patios) in nearly 11 months. Considering we enjoyed more than 100 in 2019, that’s quite the downsizing. (Then why is our waistline upsizing?) Dining indoors still makes us uncomfortable, […]

Brunch Of The Week: The Happiest Place In Dallas

Without great service, we don’t really care how delicious the food may be at a particular restaurant. It’s always a consideration when we recommend a spot for Brunch of the Week (or any restaurant review we post here), but sometimes the service is so above-and-beyond that we genuinely take notice. Such has been the case on every visit we’ve ever […]

Brunch Of The Week: Ooh, What You Do, Nikky

In most of Asia, breakfast is simply a time of day more than a specific type of food. You’ll often find locals eating exactly what they would for lunch or dinner, unlike America where we have very distinct ideas of what the morning meal looks like. At Asian Mint, chef Nikky Phinyawatana wanted to create a brunch menu that reflects true […]

Brunch Of The Week: Yolky Dokey

Clean your room. Eat your vegetables. Shave your back. Nobody likes being told what to do. And that’s true of brunch, too. After all, societal norms dictate that the best meal ever is only meant for weekends.But rules (and eggs) are made to be broken. We’ve always loved Yolk, which now has locations in One Arts Plaza, Preston Center and Fort Worth. No matter which location you choose, you can […]

Brunch Of The Week: Wake Up & Smell The Bourbon

Mimosas and Bloody Marys for brunch? Sometimes we just can’t. Sometimes we need to branch out and booze up on something bourbon-based. Fortunately, we can do brunch and bourbon at Feed Company in the Lowest Greenville entertainment district. With more than 150 whiskeys on the menu, you can order up a nicely aged spirit neat (or on the rocks) with your chorizo […]

Brunch Of The Week: Way Gay

Don you now your gay apparel, it’s time for Sunday brunch! This week’s Brunch of the Week edition is a little different, however, because we’ve got the details on a festive LGBTQ-specific event from our good friends at The Dallas Way.  This Sunday, they organization dedicated to preserving Dallas’ queer history will be hosting their sixth annual Winter Brunch featuring plenty […]