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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.
At Hattie's, you'll be pleasantly surprised the variety of entrées offered. It's always the best of what the season has to offer, put together creatively. A glance at the menu and you'll come across some interesting concoctions—buttermilk fried chicken with mashed potatoes and Tasso ham gravy, goat cheese and herb stuffed chicken breast, and BLT pasta. The menu looks different every season!
Bolsa is a popular spot for brunch in the hip Oak Cliff neighborhood. The decor is modern, yet authentic, with much of the restaurant being built with parts of the original building. There's a large outdoor patio for guests to enjoy on nice days. Enjoy your meal here with one of their delectable cocktails, a reason in themselves to pay Bolsa a visit.
This neighborhood bar is reminiscent of the pubs across the Atlantic. Operated by the owners of the Meridian Room, Simon McDonald and Mike Smith, this bar seeks to offer their customers a friendly, unassuming place to dine, meet, and drink. The loaded bar offers all that you would expect and then some, including the ever-popular British favorite, Pimms, as well as a Woodchuck Raspberry Cider and various imported ales. The menu offers a smoked salmon appetizer plate, herbed pork loin chop, and beer-braised beef short ribs. The service, along with the food, is all top notch so don't be hesitant to drop on in and check it out.
The dark, cozy ambiance here is popular among lovers, but the food and wine are the real stars. The menu changes bi-monthly, so there is always some new delight to try. Relax in the softly lit room or choose a patio table to observe the action on Lower Greenville. Lunch favorites include the quiche lorraine and walnut sea bass. Popular dinner entrees include the braised lamb shank and beef tenderloin. Cream of mushroom soup is a favorite starter. The wine list has over 100 offerings with several reasonably priced selections.
Bring your Mom here so she can replicate some of the incredible, home-cooked dishes served here daily! If you come here more than once, you'll notice more regulars than at any other place in Dallas. Specialties include the Chicken Fried Steak ("smothered steak" to those who didn't grow up in the South!) and the excellent, tender Pot Roast. Hot, flaky biscuits are served with most meals and the chocolate cream pie is among the finest ever made.