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Best Brunch Cocktail Deals in Dallas

Where to get brunch when on a budget in Dallas.

Dallas, Texas is a wonderful place to visit and even live in. With plenty to do and see, it’s no wonder this town is so popular. On top of all of the other sights and adventures, this city is also jam-packed with great restaurants. And among these restaurants is a pocket of delicious brunch spots. You know the saying everything is bigger in Texas? Well, it looks like this applies to brunch too. With tons of tasty plates and giant brunch cocktails, there’s so much to enjoy here.

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I’ve put together a list of my favorite brunch restaurants in town so you can try them for yourself. From classic breakfast places to bars and Mexican spots, there’s something for everyone’s taste on my list. And the best part is, each spot has great deals on brunch cocktails. Some of these places even sell carafes so big they seem bottomless! Keep reading to learn more about each res!

Best Brunch Drink Specials in Dallas

  1. Public School 214
  2. The Woolworth
  3. Crickle’s and Co.
  4. Jonathon’s Oak Cliff
  5. Meddlesome Moth
  6. Woodlands American Grill
  7. Bread Winner’s Cafe & Bakery
  8. STIRR
  9. Mattito’s
  10. Snooze, an A.M. Eatery
  11. Sundown at Granada
  12. TNT Tacos and Tequila
  13. Blue Mesa and Grill
  14. Henry’s Majestic

Public School 214

3700 McKinney Ave #148, Dallas, TX 75204
Phone: (214) 599-6234
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Looking for a Dallas brunch that’s a bit different from your typical meal? Check out Public School 214. This local gastropub serves American cuisine alongside plenty of drinks in a schoolroom-themed interior.

Brunch is served on the weekends at Public School 214, so plan accordingly. We recommend the eggs benedict pizza, brioche french toast, BBQ shrimp and grits, or chicken and waffle. Be sure to also grab a carafe of mimosas or bloody marys for only $12!


The Woolworth

1520 Elm St #201, Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: (214) 814-0588
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With over 1,200 reviews on Google, it’s no surprise The Woolworth has made this list. This local restaurant serves elevated American cuisine and cocktails. With a cozy yet stylish interior, this is the perfect place to relax and enjoy yourself.

The Woolworth hosts brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. Be sure to try the french toast, migas, chicken and waffles, or short rib skillet. Don’t forget to grab a carafe of bellinis or mimosas for $20 that are so big, they’ll seem bottomless!


Crickle’s and Co.

Front door faces, 4000 Cedar Springs Road, Throckmorton St Suite E, Dallas, TX 75219
Phone: (214) 306-9568
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What better place to grab some brunch from than a spot that specializes in breakfast and lunch? That’s right, Crickle’s and Co. is the perfect spot for your next brunch with friends. Serving classic dishes in a charming setting, you’ll never want to leave this place.

Open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on weekdays and until 4 p.m. on weekends, you can grab brunch from Crickle’s and Co. at your convenience. Try out the peaches and cream waffle, touchdown egg taco, grandpa’s favorite, or spicy bacon ciabatta. Make sure to grab a cocktail or a carafe of mimosas for $14!


Jonathon’s Oak Cliff

1111 N Beckley Ave, Dallas, TX 75203
Phone: (214) 946-2221
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When all you want is some classic comfort food, Jonathon’s Oak Cliff has got your back. This local Dallas restaurant serves American comfort cuisine with unique takes. With a casual atmosphere, this spot is great for any occasion.

Brunch is available on Saturday and Sunday at Jonathon’s Oak Cliff. We recommend the chicken fried steak and eggs, all in one waffle, the kure, or peanut butter jelly time waffle. Be sure to explore their wide selection of brunch cocktails!


Meddlesome Moth

1621 Oak Lawn Ave, Dallas, TX 75207
Phone: (214) 628-7900
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If beer is more your thing, we suggest trying Meddlesome Moth for brunch. This neighborhood gastropub serves New American cuisine as well as beer. Specifically, this place has over 140 different brews.

Meddlesome Moth offers brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Be sure to try the french toast sandwich, shrimp and grits, mother and child reunion, or sticky buns. Don’t forget to sip on a beer or a carafe of mimosas or sangria for $19!


Woodlands American Grill

169 W Kinzie St, Chicago, IL 60654
Phone: (312) 533-2742
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Hoping to enjoy a high-end brunch in Dallas? Swing by Woodlands American Grill. Housed in a building inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright, this neighborhood spot is refined and sleek. With old-fashioned American cuisine, there’s so much to indulge in too.

Brunch is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday at Woodlands American Grill. Try out the brunch enchiladas, stuffed french toast, the preston hollow plate, or buttermilk blueberry pancakes. Make sure to grab a glass of champagne, a bloody mary, or a mimosa for only $3.50!


Bread Winner’s Cafe & Bakery

8687 N Central Expy, Dallas, TX 75225
Phone: (469) 232-9798
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Looking for a Dallas brunch spot that’s perfect for the whole family? Look no further than Bread Winner’s Cafe & Bakery. This local restaurant is quite popular with over 2,000 positive reviews. Serving American cuisine breakfast through dinner, this kid-friendly spot will keep everyone smiling.

Bread Winner’s Cafe & Bakery offers brunch from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. We recommend the fried chicken and waffles, croque madame, jalapeno bacon and cheddar waffle, or bananas foster waffle. Be sure to sip on a drink like the frozen pineapple upside-down mimosa or rose and raspberry sorbet mimosa!


STIRR

2803 Main St #110, Dallas, TX 75226
Phone: (214) 983-1222
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Trying to find a spot with beautiful views for brunch? Take a look at STIRR. This restaurant serves New American cuisine and has been becoming increasingly popular. With a second-floor patio and views of the skyline, there’s so much to enjoy here.

Brunch is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday at STIRR. Be sure to try the brunch burger, shrimp benny, strawberry shortcake pancakes, or sourdough breakfast melt. Don’t forget to grab one of their extra-large brunch cocktails like the yes way froze or blood orange margarita!


Mattito’s

3102 Oak Lawn Ave Ste 144, Dallas, TX 75219
Phone: (214) 526-8181
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With over 1,500 reviews, it’s clear Mattito’s has become the go-to spot for many locals when it comes to brunch. Serving Tex-Mex cuisine and margaritas in a festive interior. With a funky decor theme and inviting atmosphere, you’ll have plenty of reasons to celebrate.

Mattito’s holds brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Try out the huevos enchiladas, diaz plate, chilaquiles, or breakfast tacos. Make sure to take advantage of their $2.75 drink specials including margaritas, draft beer, mimosas, and blood marys!


Snooze, an A.M. Eatery

3211 Oak Lawn Ave Suite A, Dallas, TX 75219
Phone: (469) 480-7250
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A more conventional brunch spot you have to try in town is Snooze. This chain restaurant serves amazing breakfast and brunch that you have to taste to believe. With a retro interior and large portions, this place will charm everyone in your party.

Open from early morning to early afternoon, you can stop by for brunch at your convenience at Snooze. We recommend Juan’s breakfast tacos, the signature pancake flight, benny duo, or OMG! french toast. Be sure to sip on a mimosa or bloody mary with your meal!


Sundown at Granada

3520 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206
Phone: (214) 823-8305
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Another great spot for brunch in town is Sundown at Granada. With farm-to-table cuisine, plenty of beer, and a beautiful patio, it’s no surprise this place is popular. You’ll also find live music at this restaurant, making it perfect for brunch with friends or a date.

Brunch is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday at Sundown at Granada. Be sure to try the sundown benedict, bananas foster french toast, skillet brisket hash and eggs, or fried chicken and biscuits. Don’t forget to order a carafe of mimosas!


TNT Tacos and Tequila

The Quadrangle 2800, Routh St #155, Dallas, TX 75201
Phone: (773) 883-0808
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In the mood for some tacos? Swing by TNT Tacos and Tequila for brunch. This little spot serves Mexican dishes in addition to plenty of tequila varieties. With a patio and a rooftop bar, you can also soak up some sun at this restaurant.

TNT Tacos and Tequila serves brunch on the weekends, so plan accordingly. The brunch at this spot actually features a drag show, so you’ll be entertained too. While you watch the show, indulge in the buffet with three mimosas included!


Blue Mesa and Grill

14866 Montfort Dr, Dallas, TX 75254
Phone: (972) 934-0165
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Blue Mesa and Grill, a chain restaurant, also serves brunch worth trying. This stylish spot serves Southwestern dishes, so you can get the full Texas experience. And with a tequila bar, you’ll be able to get in at least a few drinks.

Brunch is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Blue Mesa and Grill. Brunch is $24 per person and includes an all-you-can-eat buffet as well as brunch cocktails. We recommend trying one of their 64 oz. cocktails, too!


Henry’s Majestic

4900 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX 75205
Phone: (469) 893-9400
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Finishing up our list of brunches in Dallas is Henry’s Majestic. This local tavern serves creative bar fare alongside signature cocktails. You’ll also find a great selection of beer and wine here.

Henry’s Majestic holds brunch from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Be sure to try the blueberry croissant french toast souffle, majestic egg double double, or al pastor pork tamales. Don’t forget to order a brunch cocktail or even the socially distanced mimosa option with your choice of champagne, juice, and fruit!


Final Thoughts

Are you craving brunch now? How about a mimosa? I definitely am. Though you can’t really go wrong with brunch, these spots definitely do it the best. So the next time you’re hungry in this Texas city, you’ll know where to be.

Which brunch are you most excited to try? Let us know! Did we leave a restaurant out of this list? Make sure you drop us a line and we’ll check it out!

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Written by Ryan F.

Ryan is a Philadelphia local who enjoys checking out Philly's restaurant scene every chance he can. He grew up in South Jersey and now lives in Philadelphia's Point Breeze neighborhood. Ryan also enjoys traveling and checking out local eateries in every city he visits.