Posted in: Dining Posted on: Dec 18th, 2015

Taste the Best Brunch in West Village at These 4 Restaurants

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If you’re moving to West Village, Dallas, you’re in for a treat. This walkable urban village is home to some of the best restaurants in the city. Restaurants in West Village range from casual trendy to sophisticated chic, with a wide selection of cuisines. You’ll have no problem finding the best brunch in West Village on that lazy Sunday morning. Here are some of the top restaurants in the area for weekend morning celebrations.

Bread Winners Café

The Bread Winners Café was recognized as having the “Best Breakfast and Brunch” by the Dallas Observer. Located at 3301 McKinney in Uptown, it serves brunch on Saturday from 7am to 4pm, and on Sunday from 8am to 4pm. The awarding-winning menu has a wide variety of selections, including breakfast tacos, crab cakes, French toast, waffles, and pancakes. Enjoy a basic breakfast for $8 or a fantastic sandwich for about $12.

State & Allen Kitchen + Bar

State & Allen Kitchen + Bar offers a spectacular brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 3pm. Located at 2400 Allen Street, it has a casual and friendly ambiance with a spectacular brunch special. Winner of the Mayors Annual Environmental Excellence Award, State & Allen prides itself on its green reputation. All eggs served here come from free-range chickens, and vegetables are locally sourced. With the only Bloody Mary bar in Uptown, and the first Brunch on New Year’s Day, State & Allen Kitchen + Bar offers a unique dining experience. You can get a fantastic meal for between $10 and $16.

Dream Café

The Dream Café definitely lives up to its name. Located at 2800 Routh Street, it offers brunch on Saturdays from 7am to 10pm, and Sundays from 7am to 4pm. It only uses hormone-free milk and chicken in all of its offerings. Start with the famous house-made popovers with strawberry butter and move on to your favorite omelet, griddle cakes, shrimp tacos, or a selection of vegetarian and vegan entrees. Omelets range from $8 to $10 with a top price of $15 for crab cakes topped with eggs Benedict. Your second mimosa is half price.

Fat Rabbit Dallas

Along with fantastic food, Fat Rabbit offers a social atmosphere where friends meet to enjoy the special days with half-price wine and low-price cocktails. Menu options include smoked salmon Benedict, fried chicken corn waffles, and red velvet pancakes with cream cheese. The brunch special also offers chicken meatball subs and Prime Rib sandwiches, as well as a wide selection of burgers.

If you’re looking for the best brunch in Dallas, you won’t have far to go.