Let’s be honest, brunch in Dallas is king. No matter what kind of breakfast fare you crave, Dallas has it. With that being said, we laid out a list of some of our favorite brunch digs in the good ole Big D.


  • Hattie’s – Located on Bishop Ave., this renowned hot brunch spot is one of our favorites in all of Dallas. Self-described as an American bistro with a southern low-country influence, Hattie’s is a Dallas gem. Check out their brunch menu here.

    Image courtesy of Hattie’s Facebook

    • We recommend:
      • It’s all delicious, but we recommend the Blue Crab Cake Benedict or the daily special (you cannot go wrong here) and their famous Bloody Mary.
      • If an alcoholic drink at 11 a.m. isn’t your thing, they have some great coffee.
      • Absolutely make reservations- Hattie’s is small space with a big atmosphere. Definitely worth a wait if you show up without a reservation though!


  • Stirr – Located in Deep Ellum, this up-and-coming gastropub is turning heads. With a delicious New American menu, huge second floor patio and (in our opinion) a view of the best skyline in the world, this place is a perfect brunch spot. Check out their brunch menu here.

    Image courtesy of Stirr Gallery

    • We recommend:
      • Chicken & Waffles and a fresh Mimosa.
      • Doing whatever you can to sit on the second floor patio – it’s the perfect setting for brunch.
      • Definitely make reservations or plan ahead – Stirr can get pretty crowded. Luckily, there is plenty of seating downstairs, at the bar and on the second story patio.


  • Armoury D.E. – Looking for an eclectic vibe for your brunch plans? Self-described as a bar with a Hungarian accent, Armoury D.E. is not your basic brunch place. Featuring dishes from Hungarian breakfast crepes to “Damn Tacos”, Armoury D.E. has your brunch needs covered. Check out their brunch menu here.

    Image courtesy of Armoury D.E. Facebook

    • We recommend:
      • The Budai or 5 am Hash with any signature cocktails that suits your fancy.
      • Come later into brunch hours – you may be able to order the “Damn Burger”, a signature non-brunch menu item.
      • Definitely make reservations, it’s a smaller place with a good amount of traffic – it’s the perfect place for a quaint brunch with friends.


  • Social House – Located on Routh St., this American and southern fare cuisine is sure to hit the spot. With bottomless mimosas for $10 and just steps away from McKinney Ave., Social House will not let you down. Check out their full menu here.

    Image courtesy of Social House Instagram

    • We recommend:
      • The All American or Biscuits & Gravy with a good old fashion Bloody Mary and/or Mimosa.
      • Ordering a pitcher of Mimosas is a staple at Social House. Let’s put it this way, it’s rare to see a table without one. They’re refreshing, tasty and inexpensive!
      • It’s best to make reservations or plan ahead – the name says it all, people sit & socialize so it can take a while for a table to clear up.


  • Company Café – Located on Lower Greenville, Company Café is the perfect spot for a casual Sunday brunch. Their large, eclectic menu features breakfast bowls, southern classics and great choices for their paleo/gluten-free patrons. The choices are endless! Check out their menu here.

    Image courtesy of Company Cafe & Bar Facebook

    • We recommend:
      • The Benedict Cumberbatch with a Bloody Mary (made with jalapeno vodka!) or a simple Mimosa.
      • Come as you are – sometimes brunching can feel pretentious, but you can come in a T-shirt and jeans or in your Sunday best!
      • Making reservations would be ideal, but you’re okay if you don’t. Company Café is more of a casual, fast-paced spot so tables can clear quicker than other brunch places.


Do any of these sound good? (That’s a joke, of course they do!) Our mouths were watering just writing this! Make sure you check out one or more of these Dallas brunch spots the next time you go brunchin’!

Cheers from all of us at HWSD!


Tim Mccallum
Tim Mccallum
Tim, aka He Wines… Marketer by day, Wino by Night! Tim has a passion for great wine and traveling the world. Tim is the co-founder of He Wines She Dines.
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