Dallas: Best Bloody Mary Brunches

Dec 7, 2017

Chef Point best bloody marys brunches in dallas
"A brunch without champagne is just a sad little breakfast.  Say, it again with me: A brunch without champagne is just a sad little breakfast. Now, that Y'all have uttered life’s mantra, let’s talk about my favorite meal of the weekend.  In Dallas, we brunch: Anyone who knows me knows that’s my life’s motto, my life’s blood. Ok, maybe I am bein’ larger than life and exaggeratin’, but hey I’m from Texas and Y'all get the point. Let’s be truthful for a second cause brunch is a very real thing here in North Texas. We plan our weekends around it. We’re not talkin’ we show up late to breakfast. We’re talkin’ restaurants that have menus and days dedicated to this weekend past time. For obvious reasons, most of the questions I get via the blog are Texas related, but when it comes to Dallas, I get more questions around Dallas brunch than I do anythin’ else. When I started puttin’ the list together, I realized everythin’ is my favorite, and I brunch far more often than I should. Here is the Glitz & Grits: Best Brunch spots in Dallas."

Those are the words I wrote April 5th of 2016. You can read the full DALLAS: BEST BRUNCH PLACES by clickin' that pretty pink link. Since the post went live all those months ago not only has it been seen by thousands but it's sparked the need for a repeat. So I give, Y'all, Dallas: Best Bloody Mary Brunches.


Bloody Mary, the lesser know drink of choice at brunch, was founded by Fernand Petiot in the 1920's. Earnest Hemmingway was a frequent visitor to the bar Petiot created the first Bloody Mary. Would we expect anythin' less of Earnest?
Let's get to the list, shall we?

Chef Point: Watauga TX
Chef Point located in Watauga, TX was featured on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives and also pictured above is famous for its fine dining in a gas station. Yes, you heard that right. Fine dining at a gas station. That's their claim to fame. Make sure you get a little bread pudding to go with your bloody mary. And if Bloody Mary's are not your thing they have a mimosa flight that's worth the mileage.

Blue Goose Cantina: multiple locations but most notable Lower Greenville.
Saturday- Sunday from 10 to 3 is when you can find this delicious Bloody Mary bar open. Might I suggest the Lower Greenville location and the Migas?

Farnando's: Multiple locations
A few Junior League Ladies introduced me to Fernando's at our monthly brunch. Can you tell I love Tex-Mex?  I mean I am a Texan. Not only are Fernando's Bloody Mary's a great addition to their brunch but their worth their price size.

Moxies Bar & Grill: The Crescent in Uptown
Moxies Bar & Grill is a Canadian restaurant that has made way to the US. in the form of Dallas in Houston. Located in The Crescent neighborhood of Uptown parking is comped. A wraparound patio makes it perfect for the warmer weather. A good burger and craft beer is their specialty. Another specialty is their Bloody Mary. Use their extensive website see all their deals and local drink and dish specials.
Ozona best bloody marys brunches in dallas
Ozona:  Lower Greenville
"Ozona is my favorite place with a mimosa deal. That beautiful you see above was $10. Yes, Y'all heard me right, and it was $10. Ozona also has a nice and expansive patio area that's great in the fall to brunch and watch football. What more could a Texan need? Nothin', I tell you. If you happen to swing by, I recommend anythin' Tex-Mex."

I know Y'all looked at that large pitcher of Mimosa and wondered what it had to do with Bloody Mary's. Truthfully I needed Y'all to understand how unique Ozona is. Now, if you know, they can do a Mimosa deal that good their bloody mary's must be worth your time.  Well, they have a bloody mary bar with all the toppings ones heart could desire.

Boulevardier:  Bishop Arts 
Lox is my favorite thing to eat for brunch. It's the Mississippi in me. Havin' a mom who was born there and a Paw Paw who still resides there. I grew up on Lox and find myself orderin' it every chance I can get. A lox and bloody mary is the perfect combination. 

Meddlesome Moth: Design District
A gastropub is known for its small plates, and extensive draught beer menu is an eclectic bar in the heart of the Trinity Design District. Make sure to look at the board for the latest seasonal and menu deals.


Smoke Dallas best bloody marys brunches in dallas

Smoke: Design District
Tim Bryes,  award-winning cookbook author, and owner/ Head Chef brings flare to BBQ. Featured in many print and online publications Smoke's award-winning bloody mary is a favorite among guest. 

State and Allen: Uptown
5 dollar bloody mary bar. Need I say more? And for those keepin' scores, this is the only bloody mary bar in Uptown.

Saint Ann Restaurant Bar Garden: Hardwood 
With the largest garden patio in Dallas, Saint Ann built in 1927 host the Samurai collection on the second floor. Popular dining spot for special occasions and events. And with an 8 dollar price tag for its bloody mary, it can't be beaten. 
Anvil Pub f*brunch best bloody marys brunches in dallas
Anvil Pub f*brunch best bloody marys brunches in dallas



Anvil Pub: Deep Ellum 
Located in Deep Ellum Anvil Pub is known for its f* brunch invention. Can we say Mimosa or bloody mary with food on the side.

el bolero best bloody marys brunches in dallas 
el bolero best bloody marys brunches in dallas
El bolero: Oak Lawn
Bloody mary bars everywhere. It's nice when a restaurant is not only eclectic in design but serves good brunch and allows for a bloody mary bar. Inspired but the shoeshiners across Mexico El Bolero aims to show these diverse cultures and flavors of cuisine here in Dallas.


Need more coffee recomendations? See COFFEE

Post a Comment

I respond to comments via email unless your email is unlisted. Then I'll respond via the blog. Thank y'all. Remember to always take the sweet tea!

© GlitznGrits.com. Design by FCD.