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A restaurant in Dallas that specializes in brunch and doesn’t serve liquor survived almost four years before joining the cool drunk kids and offering heavier-handed libations. Color me impressed. Expect amped up standards with a Texas twist, like the Texas Ruby Martini, Gold Rush and Cactus Heat — don’t look for craft or wildly imaginative cocktails, but do look for cocktails. Read More.
Watch Chef Shay give his Mother’s Day Brunch tips here.
Online restaurant reservations juggernaut OpenTable recently released its list of the top 100 brunch spots in the United States, and two Houston mainstays have made the cut.
Recently promoted MAX’s Wine Dive Executive Chef, Mason Rogers, unveiled his first seasonal menu to Austin and the new menu features a delicious variety of seasonal plates complimenting the restaurant’s classic dishes such as their famous Southern Fried Chicken with mashed potatoes and collard greens. Read more.
A strong reason to take your mother to Uptown for brunch is the restaurant’s signature fried chicken. On Sunday, Max’s will serve that jalapeno-buttermilk soaked goodness alongside prime rib, Dr Pepper braised pork belly, and waffle and omelet station. Although you may have to wait a little longer during busy periods, the extra time is perfect for catching up. Read More.
Of all the ways to fête your mom on Mother’s Day, few feel more festive than brunch. Better get your reservation in soon. Scan our list, study the options, and make the call. Read more.
On Monday, I walked into Max’s Wine Dive on Washington, and I realized this ain’t no ordinary wine dinner that I was used to. The entire restaurant was booming with all the staff in costume and Mardi Gras beads everywhere. This wasn’t Max’s Wine Dive — this was New Orleans. (Ahem, the Take Me Back To Bourbon Street Mystery Dinner.) Read more.