Weekend brunch is a fun way to spend a lighthearted time with friends.
Whether you enjoy western omelets, Belgian waffles, or French onion soup, you'll find these meals and more at the following restaurants near our Dallas, Texas apartments:
Inspired by the bistros and wine bars of Europe and New York City, The Grape has been a Dallas institution for more than forty years. It was the first in the city to feature a blackboard menu, and one of the first to offer wine by the glass. The restaurant has been named "Best Brunch in Dallas" by the Dallas Observer and provides a cozy space complete with murals and photographs. Menu options include sweet cheese blintzes, Belgian waffles, and grilled shrimp & grits.
Hattie's is an American bistro with a Southern Low Country influence. The owners grew up in the small southern communities of the Carolina's, Virginia, and Georgia, and wanted to stick to their roots of food, comfort, and hospitality. Executive Chef Estevan Galindo has an extensive knowledge of local and regional cuisine, and he mastered his craft by traveling throughout the country. The brunch menu reflects the freshest seasonal ingredients available, and options include tomato bisque, fried green tomato sandwiches, and sourdough French toast.
At Parigi, guests find a neighborhood bistro with a New York feel. It opened more than thirty years ago and is known for its upbeat and friendly atmosphere. The restaurant has a resident artist named Shane Pennington, and his work engages the balance and fragility of essential dichotomies. On the brunch menu, meals include bread pudding French toast, North Carolina trout, and chef's daily inspiration omelets.
These are just a few of the brunch destinations near Mosaic Dallas. If you are thinking about calling our community home, please contact us. Or leasing agents would love to give you a tour.
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