10 Best Brunch Spots in Dallas: From Tacos to Steak and Eggs

Trying to find the best Brunch in Dallas? 10Best has you covered. No matter where you're staying or what you're in the mood for - Dallas brunch restaurants offer it all.

Looking for a barbecue-themed brunch? Head on down to Smoke in Oak Cliff, which features all the standard Texan barbecue meat, along with some sweet breakfast favorites with a twist, like house-made blueberry and ricotta pancakes. Looking for a place that will help you recover from a long night out on the town? Go to the popular Ozona Grill and Bar on Greenville Ave. This hot spot is a favorite with college students and families alike, and it even features a huge make-your-own bloody mary bar.

If you're looking for an upscale brunch location for a special occasion or simply a place to go after church, don't miss Al Biernet's or City Cafe. Our editors and locals search the city and suburbs for the top places. We also help you find areas where Brunch are prominent - the Oak Lawn area, for example - so that you not only get terrific dining recommendations, but you also have choices to boot. After all, if you're going to eat, you may as well do it right and take advantage of Dallas's best.

This beer-lover's bar actually serves up a delicious brunch on Sundays from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. Some favorite menu items include the crab benedict and cajun benedict, complete with andouille sausage and grilled crawfish. If you're more in the...  Read More

City Café

For well over 15 years, this University Park neighborhood eatery has been a brunch-time favorite thanks to its exceptional New American cuisine and laid-back atmosphere that feels like home, courtesy of neutral tones, lace-covered windows and a...  Read More

Blue Mesa Grill

Tex-Mex and Southwestern cuisine addicts can spice up Sunday Brunch like never before at this delightfully zesty cafe. Southwestern touches and contemporary decor contribute to the eatery's casual ambiance, and the food is both delicious and...  Read More

Bread Winners Cafe & Bakery
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Weekends are extra busy at this bakery as folks stop in for decadent desserts and pastries, including muffins and cakes. (Chocolate seduction cake, in particular, is truly a worthwhile indulgence!) Each morning, baked goods come warm out of the...  Read More

La Duni Latin Cafe

This restaurant deftly mixes the feel and flavors of Latin America and Europe. Dishes like French scrambled eggs, complete with ham, Gruyere cheese and Hollandaise sauce, as well as the brunch chile relleno are delicious. Some of the other most...  Read More

Al Biernat's
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Al Biernat's, an iconic restaurant in the ritzy Highland Park neighborhood, is famous for its indulgent Sunday brunch which always impresses patrons with practically perfect meals. Amidst dark woods, soft lighting and a domed ceiling painted...  Read More

This appealing place is a great choice for weekend brunch or a hearty meal anytime. If the weather permits, take a seat on the multi-level patio before digging into items like eggs benedict, build-your-own tacos, biscuits 'n' gravy,...  Read More


Looking for a scrumptious brunch with Texan flair? Go to Smoke in Oak Cliff! This upscale Dallas barbecue joint features a very unique brunch menu on Sundays that highlights some of Texas' best food. Some of the popular menu items include...  Read More

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Located in the trendy Bishop Arts District in Oak Cliff, Hattie is one of Dallas' favorite brunch gems. In fact, it's so special that the brunch menu is only available on Sundays. Hattie's is known for its Southern cuisine, and the Sunday brunch...  Read More


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