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Brunch Of The Week: Beer For Breakfast

Can a place that specializes in beer be good for brunch? What a crazy question. Of course, it can! At least if it’s Blatt Beer & Table in Preston Hollow Village. We’ve been going here on the regular for chicken tenders at lunch (they’re some of the very best in town) ever since they opened, so going there for weekend brunch was […]

Brunch Of The Week: Monk-y Business

What gay man doesn’t love hanging out with a hot 21-year-old on a Sunday Funday? So what if said 21-year-old is a pub? Established in 1998, The Old Monk has been around for a smidge over two decades for good reason—it’s damn good. Especially for brunch. We recently revisited the classic eatery on Henderson Avenue and fell in love all […]

Brunch Of The Week: Whoop-E!

Brisket tacos in the morning. Burritos con huevos at night. When it comes to meals at E Bar Tex-Mex, you make all the rules. With breakfast items served all day, every day, brunch is as much a state of mind as it is a platter of eggs. Of course, for the true brunch experience, the East Dallas favorite offers $3 mimosas and […]

Brunch Of The Week: High Fiving With Your Pooch

Brunch. Patio. Dogs. Three perfect reasons to visit High Fives off Henderson because this is definitely one sunny-weather patio kinda place. And brunch makes an ideal time to experience the laid-back vibe, great food, and dog-friendly atmosphere. Unlike most brunch spots in town, this place is super affordable. Nearly every food item is $6, $7 or $8, so you can get […]

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 […]

Holiday, Turkey

Belly (dance) up to the bar, everyone! Travel during the holidays can be stressful, but not if you’re headed to Turkey—by way of Plano. That’s where we discovered one of the best (and most outrageously fun) Mediterranean restaurants in the metro area. Don’t let the strip-center facade fool you because once you’re through the main dining room of Turkish Cafe, it’s like […]

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 a real hidden gem: Cedar & Vine Community Kitchen + Cocktails. We first tried it for lunch and loved it so much we knew we needed to return for our […]

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 order-at-the-bar service for food, which was then delivered by staff, who waited on you later in the meal like a normal restaurant. To say it was confusing to customers was […]

Their Casa Es Su Casa

Happy Pride Week, Dallas! In honor of this weekend’s big festival and parade, we thought it was an appropriate time to highlight one of our favorite gay-owned businesses in the city. Most every gay who’s lived in Dallas for the past few years has eaten at Komali, either when it was owned by out chef Abraham Salum or after partners […]

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 Dallas might as well be a foreign country. Well, you’re way overdue for a visit and we have one of the greatest reasons yet to jump in a Lyft for […]