Are you a ‘brunchie’? I mean, do you really, truly enjoy a good brunch? Some of us are ‘all about that brunch’ for sure. Honestly, I always thought brunch was a buffet. In all my travel exploits, I had always seemed to only run into brunch buffets. Then, I started to seek out buffets in the Southern part of the US. Mind blown. What’s with the plated brunch menu? That’s not a brunch at all.
Plated brunches limit my choices. I might want salmon and eggs, then return for crab cake benedict. Why must I make such a limited choice, on a single plate, for such a monumental meal? It is brunch after all. The meal that makes my heart sing with joy.
It is possible that I’ve primarily encountered brunch buffet due to my frequent hotel stays. However, if we want to discuss brunches we enjoy, I would be remiss not to mention the following options for Easter weekend:
18111 Preston Rd # 120 Dallas, TX 75252
Sunday, April 5th – 11:00 to 2:30
Cadot’s will offer a 3-course set menu for Easter Sunday. It is a small restaurant. Hence, I would suggest an early start if this is your choice for Easter brunch.
8898 Coleman Blvd, Frisco, TX 75034
Brunch every Sunday
NOLA, short for New Orleans, offers New Orleans style food. Every Sunday, NOLA’s offers a plated brunch menu to satisfy the taste of most ‘brunchies’.
8650 State Hwy 121, Frisco, TX 75034
Sunday, April 5 – 11:00 to 9:00 (unconfirmed)
Haven’t just confirmed with Jessica, Estilo will once again offer their exquisite brunch menu on Easter Sunday. The price will be the normal dinner rates. The time is anticipated to be from 11am – 9pm. Reservations are recommended.
2440 Parkwood Blvd, Frisco, TX 75034
Sunday, April 5 – 11:00 to ??
Recently, we welcomed Perry’s to Frisco. And Perry’s has recently announced it will offer a plated brunch menu on Easter Sunday. As customary, reservations are necessary.
Do you enjoy a good brunch? Plated or buffet?