There are tons of brunch options in Frisco, and sure, any restaurant can do weekend brunch, but Barney’s does brunch every day. Want pancakes but can’t decide? Get the pancake sampler with your choice of three. I’d pick red velvet, white chocolate raspberry, and the Elvis, but you do you!
Restaurant 506 in the elegant Sanford House Inn & Conference Center is probably the nicest dining option in Arlington that serves both Saturday and Sunday brunch. Feast on a wide variety of brunch faves including spicy chicken and waffles, pecan pie French toast or a pulled pork omelet.
4. B&B BUTCHERS
You can find half a dozen versions of eggs Benedict, deli sandwiches, traditional breakfast food and a full bar here. Try the homemade bagels with house-cured meats, because, after all, it’s a butcher shop too. And Darren, the delightful managing partner/GM, might spin you some stories about his time in the delis and butcher shops on the East Coast.
There are so many options here that I can’t do the menu justice in this small space, but I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the 10 different kinds of pancakes or the house smoked salmon Benedict with asparagus with a non-traditional chili cream, served on sliced biscuits.
I could send you to half a dozen places in Southlake where you’d eat well for brunch, but I’m sending you to a craft beer and pizza restaurant. Why? Breakfast pizzas: some with fried eggs and a French toast pie dolloped with local honey. Plus biscuits and gravy, burritos, and a really lovely Sunday special on bloody Marys and Mimosas make this spot worth brunching at.
The Del Frisco’s Grille restaurants have beautiful patios, and the brunch menu lovingly curates the classics, with carafes of mimosas, white or red sangria, and bubbly if you desire. Bonus: There are several excellent destinations with multiple locations all over DFW including Dallas, Fort Worth, Plano and Southlake.
Okay, it’s not the fanciest, (and you won’t get a mimosa) but if you’re looking for a mom-and-pop restaurant where your coffee will never get cold, Joe’s is your place. Every diner favorite imaginable is on the menu; it’s no wonder this restaurant’s been the place “to meet and eat” in Irving for almost five decades.
10. MEXICAN SUGAR
Tex-Mex with benefits—here, you can have your guacamole, queso or chilaquiles. And you can also pick pancakes with a heavenly cajeta caramel sauce, French toast or an Americano breakfast with eggs and bacon. Margaritas, a mimosa bar and other beverages round out the brunch food pyramid here.
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