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The Downtown Dallas Neiman Marcus (yes, the original) boasts the Zodiac, one of most charming spots to host a girlfriend gab-fest over brunch. Order the mandarin orange soufflé, which comes with NM chicken salad, fruit and freshly baked bread ($16.50).
The Zodiac, 1618 Main St.; 214-573-5800 or neimanmarcus.com
CBD Provisions inside The Joule is a chic, upscale-Texan spot that has a delicious brunch perfect for entertaining out-of-town guests. Order up the veggie-friendly egg-white frittata with delicate local goat cheese, shiitake mushrooms and fresh arugula and greens ($15).
CBD Provisions, 1530 Main St.; 214-261-4500 or cbdprovisions.com
Café Brazil, a 24-hour diner with Mexican flare that serves up the best turkey chilaquiles--a plated blend of scrambled eggs, tomatillo sauce, onions and gooey cheese ($9)—It'll make you want to visit any one of their 11 locations around the Metroplex.
Café Brazil, multiple locations; cafebrazil.com
John Tesar’s Knife recently launched a Sunday brunch. And yes, it’s a guy’s-guy brunch focusing on meat. Think short-rib Benedict, pork-belly hash and classic steak and eggs.
Knife, 5300 E. Mockingbird Ln; 214-443-9339 or knifedallas.com
Saint Ann in Uptown has the perfect brunch strategy: $12 carafes of mimosas; traditional items like French toast, biscuits and gravy, Tex-Mex tacos and smoked salmon plates; and plenty of patio space so the sun can warm your brunching soul.
Saint Ann’s, 2501 N. Hardwood St.; 214-782-9807 or saintannsdallas.com
Have a large group and everyone wants something different (including a hamburger topped with a fried egg)? Head to Bread Winners at NorthPark Center, where you can dine on calorie-conscious scramblers, veggie-packed Benedicts and freshly baked sweets.
Bread Winner’s Café, 8687 N. Central Expwy.; 469-232-9798 or breadwinnerscafe.com
A lot happens in the hours between the alarm clock going off and Jimmy Fallon being turned on. Thank goodness the pace lets up over the weekend. Here, our list of some of the truly great breakfast (or, if you prefer to sleep in, brunch) spots in Dallas that are worth savoring on a Saturday or Sunday.
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