The Texas Tasty – Brunching in DFW Guide
Press Cafe @presscafefwtx
With stunning views of the Trinity and located near the hip Shops at Clearfork, Press Cafe is the perfect brunch spot to bike to or enjoy before a shopping spree! Although they’re open all day, brunch at Press is definitely a healthy option for eating a meal out. From avocado toast to a number of different breakfast burritos, Press Cafe has a menu that can fulfill any brunch cravings.
Happiest Hour @happiesthourdal
Located in the heart of downtown Dallas, the modern and urban aesthetic at Happiest Hour brings the fun of citylife to your brunching experience! The rooftop seating area at Happiest Hour boasts beautiful views of the city skyline. With more breakfast cocktails than you could possibly imagine, and certainly no shortage of food as well, going out to brunch at Happiest Hour is bound to impress.
Righteous Foods @righteousfoods
Known for being a clean eating restaurant, Righteous Foods is the perfect brunch choice for those with dietary restrictions, allergies, or that are in the mood for a healthy meal! Righteous Foods is located in the museum district of Fort Worth – just a quick drive from West 7th or downtown. The aesthetically pleasing environment at Righteous Foods gives off a greenhouse-like vibe. It is safe to say that this speaks to the freshness of the high-quality food being served.
When we think of Yolk, we think of a menu full of eggs of any kind! Right off of Fort Worth’s iconic Sundance Square, Yolk is a staple brunch spot when downtown or visiting Fort Worth. As one of the most popular brunch restaurants in the area, the large space available at Yolk makes it a great option for eating out with a large group. Being voted as the #1 breakfast spot in five different cities, Yolk is definitely worth visiting!
The Henry @thehenryrestaurant
The Henry is known for being a classy, delicious restaurant throughout many states and locations. Something that sets The Henry apart from other like-restaurants is its special brunch offerings only on the weekends. Revered as the greatest neighborhood restaurant in Uptown, the smaller, curated brunch menu at The Henry brings a level of luxury to eating. Family-style serving options also makes The Henry a great option for groups!
The Rustic @therusticdallas
With both dine-in and take out options, brunch at The Rustic can be enjoyed in Uptown or easily come to you! Brunch classics like avocado toast and eggs, plus their own unique offerings such as rustic hot chicken and cheddar grits, makes for a true southern experience. On top of this, the many different drinks and frozen creations adds a fun element to brunching with friends.
When in need of freshly brewed coffee and some delicious food to compliment it, Brewed is the perfect coffee shop-like environment to visit. Located in the W. Magnolia neighborhood of Fort Worth, Brewed is an ideal spot to do some work while grabbing a bite to eat. Since brunch is served all day, it’s the perfect place for all breakfast lovers. We recommend trying their daily plate specials!
City Hall Bistro @cityhallbistro
In the mood for a breakfast skillet or fresh pressed juice? Then City Hall Bistro is the perfect spot for you! City Hall Bistro is a space used to commemorate being the original site intended for Dallas’ city hall building. Because of this, City Hall Bistro was very carefully and intentionally designed to reflect this importance. The modern bistro feeling makes enjoying traditional, southern european cuisine different from many other brunch restaurants.
Brunch at Overeasy is all about coffee, drinks, and eggs! This eatery has the feeling of modern coffee bar meets classic brunch diner. The extensive brunch menu at Overeasy makes it the perfect brunch restaurant for all cravings and preferences. In a rush? Feel free to grab a coffee or breakfast taco at Overeasy’s takeaway coffee bar space! Located in the middle of downtown Dallas, brunch at Overeasy is delicious and convenient.
Ol’ South Pancake House @olsouthpancakehouse
Although not the fanciest or most over the top, Ol’ South Pancake house is a true staple in the TCU area! The name explains the space perfectly – it’s an old, southern pancake house. Known for their world famous German pancakes, Ol’ South offers breakfast all day long, making it perfect for a quick and easy brunch at any time of the day. Ol’ South has the best hot chocolate, chocolate chip waffles, and of course German pancakes, we’ve ever had!