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Brunch Of The Week: Peace Out, Summer

Not sure why we’re so obsessed with summer ending this weekend. Probably because we’ve had such a good time the past few months and much like a kid on break from school, we don’t want it to end. So we plan to brunch, day drink and otherwise celebrate the season’s finale both Saturday and Sunday. If you’re in the same […]

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Brunch Of The Week: First Things First

Brunch Of The Week: Peace Out, Summer

Not sure why we’re so obsessed with summer ending this weekend. Probably because we’ve had such a good time the past few months and much like a kid on break from school, we don’t want it to end. So we plan to brunch, day drink and otherwise celebrate the season’s finale both Saturday and Sunday. If you’re in the same […]

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Meal delivery has come a long way in the past few years. Sadly, we usually pull up an app to have fried chicken, pizza and beer delivered to our doorstep. But there’s a healthy new-to-Dallas player in the prepared-meals arena that’s been wowing customers in California and the greater DC area. Get to know Territory Foods, a company that provides […]

Brunch Of The Week: First Things First

The more the merrier! That phrase works for so many scenarios, but this morning we find it most apropos for the First Watch chain of daytime cafes. Two have popped up within a couple of miles of our house in the last several weeks alone. There’s already a full baker’s dozen of the restaurants in North Texas, but it wasn’t […]

Brunch Of The Week 2: Down N’Awlins Way

Sequel alert! Brunch fundraisers are all the rage this season and we’ve had so many on our radar that we had no choice but tell you about two this week. Brunch for Hope: Brunchin’ in N’awlins takes place on September 14, a week earlier than yesterday’s Brunch of the Week selection and a week after this weekend’s Legacy PositiviTEA brunch. […]

Brunch Of The Week: Dimes Up

Mark your calendar now. Or better yet, make your reservations first then update your commitments for September 21 afterward. That’s when the Marsha & Friends Drag Brunch returns to Cedar Springs Tap House. This time around, trashy temptress Marsha Dimes and her drag darlings will be raising money for the Dallas Crosswalk Project to bring rainbows galore to the intersections […]

Brunch Of The Week: DIY (Drag-It-Yourself)

If we were ever on death row, our last meal would be brunch. Eggs benedict, a side of crispy bacon and enough bottomless mimosas to make the electric chair fun. Hopefully, it’ll never come to that, but we like to always have a plan. For our Brunch of the Week selection today, we’re featuring something very different—a home-cooked feast from […]

Brunch Of The Week: Here’s The Tea

Normally we hope our Brunch Of The Week each Thursday gives you inspiration for the upcoming weekend’s eggy shenanigans, but this week we’re asking you to pull up your September calendar. Or pull out if you’re old-school. The PositiviTEA Legacy Brunch with LeeAnne Locken returns on September 8 and VIP and general admission tickets are only available until August 28. […]

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 […]

Think Globally, Eat/Drink Locally

Who wants to take a $10 trip around the globe? All you have to do is head to Trinity Groves this Thursday for the Around the World Crawl to experience the vacation of a lifetime—for your taste buds. Your entry fee gets you access to exclusive drink specials ($3 to $5) as well as food specials, each with international flair […]

Brunch Of The Week: Drink Your Flowers, Shelby

Get ready for opulence. No, not that kind of opulence. True luxury and sophistication—all in glorious brunch form. Launched back in March, Sunday brunch at Stephan Pyles Flora Street Cafe turns our favorite meal of the week into a real celebration. Even if we’re not celebrating anything in particular. Much like the divine tasting menu at Fauna (inside Flora Street […]