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Café Brazil is a Dallas institution and while there are a few locations around town, each one distinctly represents the area it's located. The two main locations are in Deep Ellum and by Southern Methodist University and both are open 24/7. It is quite common to see students burning the midnight oil, people getting out of the clubs, truck drivers and attorneys at all hours tucking into the great food. The sandwiches are on thick slices of homemade bread and piled high with toppings. The omelets are made with farm fresh eggs and served with rosemary potatoes and grilled bread. The Brazilian Beef Sandwich is piled high with beef fajitas, mushrooms, bell peppers on homemade herb wheat bun and the Barbecue Salmon with fried sweet potatoes and Steamed Broccoli is amazing. There are 7 different choices daily for your bottomless cup of coffee kick.
This 24-hour diner is a hidden gem located just off Central Expressway. Buzzbrews' bottomless coffee and inventive menu keeps this small restaurant packed. The interior gives off a funky vibe with a retro counter and pop-art covered walls. Breakfast is served around-the-clock with items like banana nut pancakes and the Hare Krishna – an egg-white omelet with avocados, cheese and cilantro. Lunch and dinner fare is also available, much of it with a south-of-the-border flare. Vegetarian options are abundant and free Wifi access is available.
Ozona Grill & Bar is a favorite place for those looking for a laid-back atmosphere and a grill with great food. The Sunday brunch draws a large and loyal crowd. Wood floors and tin tabletops make this a mountaineer's dream. It's a very ski lodge-like place complete with wood-burning fireplaces. The Chicken Fried Steak is the best in town. The Tacos al Carbon are a hit, as is the Chicken Pasta Salad. On Sundays, there's a 'build your own Bloody Mary bar' to complement the brunch menu.