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In Dallas, brunch has become a must-do weekend routine before starting a day full of activities. Invite your group of closest friends and experience the culture of good food and company. And don’t forget to have a mimosa or two!

There are five Dallas brunch spots that should absolutely be on your radar, and we have the scoop on each of them.

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Max’s Wine Dive | Uptown

Most Dallas residents will suggest Max’s Wine Dive in West Village in a heartbeat. In fact, when you walk into the restaurant, it’s no surprise that wine is fully stocked and ready to go for happy hour! If you’re looking for a Friday brunch spot, Max has you covered. While popular dishes like Wings & Waffles or Red Velvet Pancakes are served, there are also savory specialties like the Shrimp & Grits that will have you salivating over the menu.

Why We Love It: At most restaurants, brunch is served on Saturday and Sunday. Max’s Wine Dive serves eager brunch-goers on Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mimosas are also very inexpensive at $3.75 a glass, so keep them coming!

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CBD Provisions | Downtown

Located inside The Joule downtown on Main Street, this is an excellent option. If your tastebuds are craving something savory, this is absolutely the spot! Brunch is served on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., but you can even slip in on any weekday from 3 to 5 p.m. to grab a quick brunch bite. We suggest the Sweet Corn Johnny Cakes, which are a much more delicious twist on pancakes with a Fresno pepper kick.

Why We Love It: The atmosphere is just as chic as The Joule! Everything from the exposed loft-style brick to the modern pendant lighting and dim Edison bulbs reflects the historic elements of the building. Not only is there plenty of attention to detail paid by the chefs, but also in the interiors designed by New York City-based designer Claudia Woods. There’s even valet parking, so you won’t need to worry about circling downtown to find the perfect spot!

Mercat Bistro | Uptown

If you’re looking for an Instagram-worthy brunch spot with delectable French cuisine, Mercat Bistro should be at the top of your list! We’ve been obsessing over its Instagram account to find out when the next Daytime Soirée will be. On special Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., you can have the complete brunch experience with friends while listening to live beats from a DJ. Trust us — the mixed playlists will not disappoint! The Strawberry & Marscapone Crepe and Quiche Lorraine are at the top of our recommendations list.

Why We Love It: You’ll literally feel like Holly Golightly brunching on a patio in Paris (or at least we did). Tea and pastries are served on small porcelain plates that are each intricately designed and feel almost too beautiful to eat on. You can snap some of the best Instagram photos here!

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The Eberhard | Knox/Henderson

Brunch during the day, bar after dark. On the long street of Henderson, where some of the best bars live at night, you’ll find The Eberhard. If you want that hip, VIP feeling to start your weekend, don’t hesitate to make your reservations. Brunch at this spot can get pretty busy from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is hot for larger groups! We recommend the French Quarter Chicken & Waffles, which gives the popular dish a twist with cinnamon creole waffles and mint basil syrup, as well as the Buttermilk Biscuits & Sausage Gravy.

Why We Love It: Mimosa carafes for only $5? Uhm, yes please! It’s totally with it for everyone to get their own carafe. The huge crystal chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, VIP booths and library décor will have you feeling like a top Dallas socialite.



Saint Ann | Uptown

Neighbors on Harwood with Mercat Bistro, Saint Ann is a historic school-turned-restaurant and has one of the best patios in Dallas. Grab a bite to eat (we suggest the Strawberry Shortcake French Toast) and, if you’re not too full, walk upstairs to see the amazing Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum to see The Samurai Collection. It’s a must-see cultural experience! Brunch at Saint Ann is served Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Why We Love It: We’ve eaten indoors and outdoors at Saint Ann, and the patio is our favorite spot in the house because of its great view of both historic and new Dallas buildings! Whether you go for brunch or in the evening for dinner, it’s always a very pleasant atmosphere.

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Jaleesa Charisse is a Dallas-based lifestyle blogger. She has the scoop on everything from chic home decor on a budget to the best restaurants and travel spots. Couldn't get enough? You can read more of her blog posts at JaleesaCharisse.com.


  1. mathilda says:
    looks awesome yummy. great job !
  2. The food in the pictures look delicious, but I can’t help to think there’s a whole lot more to Dallas, than Uptown.

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