Where to brunch for mom’s weekend

As spring approaches, many people are starting to prepare for a foolproof mom’s weekend. Dallas is a hub for delicious restaurants, which often makes it hard to decide on one place to eat. Here is a list of the top four brunch locations that will satisfy every need and keep your mom happy.

Bistro 31

If you are looking for a classic french breakfast head on over to Bistro 31 in Highland Park Village. Not only is it located in the center of high-end shopping, but the food never disappoints. The restaurant is classy but maintains a modern European atmosphere. It has a quaint covered patio that allows for great people watching. When it comes to the food, you can not go wrong with the eggs benedict top with a light hollandaise sauce, and the side of fingerling potatoes. If you are looking for something sweet, you must try the lemon ricotta pancakes with a mixed berry compote.


Now heading south of France to Italy. Taverna is a great Italian staple in Dallas, located right off Katy Trail. It has a classic Italian atmosphere from the decorations to the music. Looking at the authentic menu may make for a hard decision, but you will not regret ordering the polenta and eggs al forno. The pan-fried eggs are complemented by sausage and made extra savory with truffle oil.

Sundown at Granada

If you are in the mood for something lighter and healthier, you should stop at Sundown at Granada. This restaurant sits on Greenville Avenue, a great street to explore. Enjoy your meal on their rooftop patio that has a great view of downtown Dallas. The Buddha wrap is a great vegetarian yet still a hearty option. Sundown at Granada is the ideal farm to table restaurant.

Henry’s Majestic

Finally what everyone has been waiting for, the best county brunch, Henry’s Majestic. The restaurant provides a dog-friendly patio where you can relax while you eat. If you are in the mood to enjoy genuine southern charm, then start with the pigs in the puff pastry. It bursts in spicy, savory and sweet flavors. Then follow it up with the chicken and waffles. The crispy chicken sits on fluffy waffles and is topped off by an espresso maple syrup. Be prepared to leave Henry’s Majestic nice and full.

No matter where or what cuisine you decide to take your mom to brunch, you are bound to be content with any of these four establishments.