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Brunch Of The Week: Get Wild!

Every so often, we like to get down—town. Because we love how much the heart of Dallas has changed over the past few years to become a vibrant, bustling part […]

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 […]

Brunch Of The Week: Hide & Go Drink

✅ Eggs ✅ Bacon ✅ Potatoes ✅ Orange juice ✅ Vodka ✅ Champagne Don’t worry, we didn’t accidentally publish our grocery list. Rather, behold the absolute minimum requirement for making us happy […]

Brunch Of The Week: That East Dallas Easy Feeling

For most of us, East Dallas means a trip to White Rock Lake. Or maybe the Dallas Arboretum. But if you venture a little further into Lake Highlands, you’ll find […]

Brunch Of The Week: Laurel & Hearty

Never be afraid of change. Especially when it makes everything better. When Laurel Tavern opened its first non-California outpost a few months ago on Lowest Greenville, it featured bizarre, inefficient […]

Brunch Of The Week: No Passport Necessary

By now most of you have discovered all the hip happenings in East Dallas near White Rock Lake. But we know there are still some of you for whom East […]

Brunch Of The Week: For Whom The Shell Tolls

If you love oysters, then you’re going to become infatuated with brunch at Hudson House. The new brunch menu debuted last Saturday and we were among the first people to […]

Brunch Of The Week: Wakey, Wakey, Eggs & Lakey

The great outdoors were not-so-great this week, but now that our various parts and pieces have finally thawed out, we’re ready to load up on a little Vitamin D with […]

Brunch Of The Week: Italy By Way Of Knox Street

We haven’t eaten at Taverna in years. Not because we had a bad experience or didn’t like the food, but simply because we rarely have time to revisit old favorites when […]

Brunch Of The Month: Chicken & Eggs, Only Easier

When it comes to the chicken and the egg, we don’t care which comes first. As long as they both show up on our brunch table at some point. At […]