What are some of the top brunch spots in Dallas?

Brunch is often classified as a weekend-only meal, and you'll have many opportunities to enjoy this delightful mix of breakfast and lunch in Dallas. Consider buying one of the homes for sale in Dallas to live close to a few of the top brunch venues in this metro.

Malai Kitchen
Check out Malai Kitchen at 3699 McKinney Avenue, Suite 319, to taste new versions of brunch favorites. This restaurant combines Thai and Vietnamese flavors to deliver a cozy, enjoyable experience on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Everything on the menu is cooked fresh to order, such as the Bahn Mi French Toast, Bangkok Scramble and Thai Eggs Benedict. Meanwhile, you can sink your teeth into traditional lunch offerings like the Vietnamese burger. Bloody Marys and Mimosas are available to complete your brunch.

The Libertine Bar
The Libertine Bar serves a brunch that might make Sunday your new favorite day of the week. Visit this restaurant at 2101 Greenville Avenue from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. any Sunday to try brunch meals that are typically priced under $10.

You can enjoy common breakfast foods such as pancakes or eggs, or you might want to consider tasting elaborate creations from this bar. The Braised Beef Hash, Crab's Benedict and Orange French Toast include a mix of ingredients that are sure to help you wake up Sunday morning. Additional lunch items such as Pulled Pork Tacos and Steak Sandwich Au Jus feature mouthwatering flavors that may help keep your belly full for the rest of the weekend. You can order sides such as home fries and macerated berry salad to provide the perfect complement to any brunch.

Hattie's
Visit Hattie's in Oak Cliff's Bishop Arts District at 418 North Bishop Avenue to enjoy brunch at an American bistro with southern dishes. Brunch is available from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. every Sunday, and brings a sense of sophistication that makes it unique from other restaurants in this metro.

You'll experience traditional Southern hospitality firsthand, as this restaurant's offerings provide flavors that might make you feel like you've taken a trip to Mississippi. Start your brunch with a soup or salad before moving on to delicious entrees such as the Buttermilk Fried Chicken, Hattie's Hangtown Scramble and Omelet Du Jour.