Here's our list of ten of the best brunch places in Dallas for your Sunday fun day.
This dark and curious boutique, known for its delicate jewelry and rare home accessories, is now offering a menu as precious as the porcelain. An expansion in collaboration with Lee Design Group’s Joshua Metzger has allowed for a little lunch spot helmed by consulting chef Sharon Hage and executive chef Chad Martin. Expect carefully crafted Snob sandwiches made from layers of deconstructed duck egg salad, Petrossian caviar and smoked salmon, and a curated list of grower Champagnes and allocated wines. Perfect for the treasure hunters out there. 4445 Travis St., 214.443.0600, ufgrangehall.com
Nestled in the ultra-convenient Plaza at Preston Center, Il Bracco offers a fresh take on classic Italian dishes with from-scratch dishes of comfort. The chic restaurant houses luxe seating surrounding a buzzy bar, and an expansive patio perfect for family dining. Start with their crispy baby artichokes, paired with Italian aioli for dipping. 8416 Preston Center Plaza, 214.361.0100, ilbraccorestaurant.com
This bistro sibling to Saint Ann adds European flair to Uptown, from the marble two-tops to chicken or steak frites with a sip of wine. In the morning, pull up to the counter for coffee and croissants. 2501 N. Harwood St., 214.953.0917, mercatbistro.com
Dripping in old-school glitz and glamour, Dallas’ buzziest hotel is one of several key investments aimed at revitalizing the city’s downtown landscape. Thompson Dallas is the place to see and be seen. Now offering an exquisite brunch at Nine at The National housed within this hot spot, you can enjoy a multi-course breakfast while overlooking the 9th floor deck. 1401 Elm Street, 469.320.1234, nineatthenational.com
This charming chateau-inspired dining room became an instant classic for its light, flavorful souffles both sweet and savory, created by executive chef Cherif Brahmi. Don’t miss the marshmallow soup, a divine combo of tomato basil soup and mini goat cheese souffles. 5360 W. Lovers Lane, 214.366.9900, risesouffle.com
Just a stone’s throw from the Katy Trail on Knox-Henderson, this American Brasserie offers an expansive menu for every taste and style. From the raw bar to mouthwatering steak and seafood dishes, this relaxed spot has something for everyone. 3230 Knox St., Suite 140, 469.250.4007, uponknox.com
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