Famous for brunch in New York City, Sadel's made its entry into Texas last year — with a wide variety of chopped fish and bagel towers.
Thai and Vietnamese cuisines may not seem like they’d translate well to brunch, but doubt the deliciousness all you want.
The secluded patio at this Design District favorite is an ideal way to pass some extended daylight hours this weekend.
With the music pumping and the dining room teeming with uproarious laughter, Paradiso excels in creating a party atmosphere.
If you're brunching for the 'gram, some places like Beto & Sons provide followers with FOMO.
The game plan on this dual-location Dallas mainstay? Get a bounty of healthy options like traditional Benedicts, grilled salmon, steak, or crab cakes.