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5 Must-Try Brunch Spots

Indulge in brunch done right (and maybe a mimosa or two) at these eateries serving up fresh and flavorful weekend fare.

5 Best Brunch Spots in Dallas

MUST-EATS
From left: Truffle scrambled eggs with creme fraiche and caviar ($18), breakfast tacos ($4), fruit and granola parfait ($9) and Yukon smoked-salmon hash ($16) from TJ's Seafood Market

1. Armoury D.E.
This eclectic eatery is known for a Hungarian-tinged menu and an impressive array of whiskey sips at night, but come Saturday and Sunday, it’s bringing the brunch crowd to Deep Ellum. The much-talked-about Damn Burger ($11) is still on the menu, but it's the tongue-in-cheek fare like the Count Chocula French toast ($8) and Cookie Crisp cocktail ($13.50) that bring on the childlike glee. 2714 Elm St., 972.803.5151

2. Hash House 
a Go Go
Known around the nation for its Twisted Farm Food, Hash House A Go Go has finally opened a location in the Dallas area with a brunch menu that's served all day and all night. Homestyle favorites like farm scrambles ($12), flapjacks ($8) and red-velvet waffles ($9) make this award-winning chain a must-try. Don’t forget to try one of the signature BLT bloody marys ($11). 1900 Preston Road, Ste. 343, Plano, 972.867.4646

3. Henry's Majestic
The local brunch hot spot has a seemingly endless number of reasons to visit—and for good reason. The Sparkling Bar, where you can craft a personalized mimosa from a selection of Champagnes and juices, along with other brunch cocktail options like the Coco Puff Milk Punch ($10) and the Golden Dawn ($10), pairs perfectly with items from the brunch menu like avocado toast ($8), chicken and waffles ($14), or the Majestic Breakfast ($11). 4900 McKinney Ave., 469.893.9400

4. Le Bilboquet
Kick off your weekend with a bang and join the Bilbouqet Brunch Club. One Saturday a month, the French eatery hosts a DJ Brunch for its loyal patrons who want to keep the party going all day long. Munch on the cuisine that has made Le Bilboquet a household name, like brioche French toast ($12) or eggs Florentine ($12), while sipping a Bellini ($3) and welcoming the weekend the best way possible. 4514 Travis St., Ste. 124, 469.730.2937

5. TJ's Seafood Market
Dallas’ favorite spot for seafood is also a go-to spot for all things brunch. Whether it’s the Morning in Malibu ($11, egg whites with spinach, red peppers, avocado and arugula), the Hawaiian ahi tuna and shrimp poke ($17) or the honey butter Maine lobster fritters ($25), there’s something coastal-inspired for everyone. Choose from classic lobster rolls ($26) to Lake Austin-influenced entrees at either the Oak Lawn or Preston Royal location for a brunch experience unlike any other. 6025 Royal Lane, 214.691.2369; 4212 Oak Lawn, 214.219.3474