Brunch anyone? I think we can all agree, quarantine has us feeling a bit trapped. In other words, get me out of this house! If you’re ready to escape the four walls of your home and grab a bite to eat, here are the top Dallas brunch spots that are sure to meet all your desperate needs. Who’s hungry?
Located on Main Street, Vidorra celebrates Mexican culture through food and beverages. Translating to “the good life,” this Deep Ellum destination will surely impress. Brunch is served every Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 3 pm with seating indoors, on their rooftop as well as a comfortable outdoor patio. Whether you’re in the mood for a light meal of eggs and bacon or a hearty filling of quesadillas (pictured above), Vidorra has it all and is just the place to break your isolation. Popular items include the Gringo and the Churro Toast.
Check out some of their favorites at https://www.instagram.com/vidorradallas/?hl=en.
Inspired by Southern Europe, Paradiso lies in the heart of the Dallas Bishop Arts District. Sit back, relax and enjoy the serenity that is their shaded garden or take a peak into their aesthetic indoor dining room or lush outdoor patio. Brunch seatings begin at 11AM and the menu offers a variety of treats. Be sure to try one of their in-house wood-fired pizzas, we sure have had plenty of pies delivered in the past few months! Other suggestions include the Caprese sandwich, biscuits and gravy and the hummus with pita. For those interested in a cocktail, bars are located both indoors and outdoors. Talk about paradise!
Learn more at https://www.paradisodallas.com/.
Calling all lovers of French cuisine! Le Bilboquet is situated in the Knox area and offers a unique experience marked by European elegance and New York flair. Since traveling to Europe may be quite the stretch for the moment, a trip to Le Bilboquet may be just what we all need. The Cajun Chicken is known by all and pairs nicely with a mimosa or bellini for those of age. Newcomers, don’t miss out on their first-class french fries or as the French say, frites. Brunch here provides guests with a sophisticated and memorable dining experience and serves as the perfect Dallas brunch escape.
Plan your next visit by visiting their website at http://lebilboquetdallas.com.
Up on Knox
Introducing the neighborhood hotspot, Up on Knox! One can find this treasure just steps away from the Katy Trail on Knox-Henderson. Up on Knox prides themselves on their support of local farmers, ranchers, and artisans. This American Brasserie offers quite the brunch experience that will leave you full, happy, and glad you got out of bed. Avocado toast, the Knox Burger, and chicken and waffles are just a few of the delicious plates available upon arrival.
Discover more about this neighborhood favorite at https://www.instagram.com/uponknox/?hl=en.
All those in favor of comfort food say “I.” Who couldn’t use some of that these days? Hudson House on Lovers Lane was developed by Vandelay Hospitality Group and aims to provide visitors with an honest dining experience. There is truly something for everyone here. Try out the true NYC lox & bagel experience or give the berry pancakes a go. A beautiful bar can be found within the restaurant and favorites include THE Royal Bloody and Mom’s Cure. All those in need of a Dallas brunch escape need not look further!
Find your brunch cure by exploring at https://www.instagram.com/thehudsonhouse/?hl=en.
So, who’s ready to take the leap of faith and break out of the house for these Dallas brunch escapes this weekend? We hope these recommendations help you find exactly what you’re looking for.
As always, we would love to hear from you. Share your favorite brunch escape destination in the comments below!