These brunch spots in Dallas offer the closest thing to bottomless Mimosas and are a must try in 2020

PARK CITY, UTAH - JANUARY 27: A view of mimosas during Brunch With The Brits on January 27, 2019 in Park City, United States. (Photo by Owen Hoffmann/Getty Images for British Film Commission)
PARK CITY, UTAH - JANUARY 27: A view of mimosas during Brunch With The Brits on January 27, 2019 in Park City, United States. (Photo by Owen Hoffmann/Getty Images for British Film Commission) /

If you live in Dallas or plan to visit sometime in 2020, then brunch is likely to happen at least once. Here are 5 places to try that actually offer bottomless Mimosas.

If there is one thing that living in Dallas has shown me, it is the importance of brunch. Brunch is the perfect meal for hanging out with friends, indulging in good food, and enjoying a drink or two (Mimosas and Bloody Marys anyone?). And while this combined meal might be popular in other states and cities, it really does feel like Dallas knows how to do brunch right.

With so many different choices when it comes to finding an amazing brunch, you might be wondering where to start. And while there are plenty of places I could pick that feature amazing menus, such as the Porch (which features one of my favorite dishes, the hot fried chicken and biscuits) and Henry’s Majestic (which is a favorite for quite a few of my friends), we are going with the five spots that not only have great menu options, but also offer bottomless Mimosas.

Seriously, who wouldn’t want the option of bottomless Mimosas with their brunch? And with these five spots you get not only great food, but plenty of drinks to wash it down with.

One of the first places we are offering up for brunch in Dallas is Mattito’s, which was actually recommended by Narcity. I have never actually been here for brunch, but if that menu is anything like the rest of their menu, then I am not worried at all by including them on this list. I have never been disappointed by their food, and I doubt their brunch would disappoint either. In terms of those Mimosas, the Brunch menu indicates that their buffet gives you two Mimosas, with additional rounds costing $2 each. (So, not quite endless.)

Number two has to be Snooze: An A.M. Eatery. Here is a place with a creative menu and the chance to snag bottomless Mimosas, which feels like a win-win. Not only do they offer a breakfast pot pie, but there is also a variety of Benedicts to choose from (and as a fan of Eggs Benedict, I love all the variety they have to offer in this menu category).

Our third choice is The Old Monk. When it comes to Mimosas, their menu lets you choose between a single glass, a half carafe, or even a full liter. And considering the full liter is just $11, it feels like a no-brainer to snag that if you are looking for that bottomless feel. Of course, the food menu is also important and not only do they offer Chicken, Biscuits, and Gravy, but there is also a Traditional Irish Breakfast on the menu that is mouth-watering.

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The fourth brunch place to hit up in Dallas is the Public School 214, which features a rather unique menu. And for those Mimosas, pick up a carafe for $9 (you can also get a Bloody Mary carafe for the same price). As a gastropub and eatery, PS214 delivers menu items that are definitely not the usual brunch option. We are talking Eggs Benedict Pizza and Fried Chicken and Green Chili Corn Waffles for brunch and portion sizes that will leave you feeling full all day.

Finally, we have to give the spotlight to the Maple Leaf Diner, which offers a menu that really does deliver a wide variety of options including Canadian specialties like Poutine. Seriously, this menu makes me feel full without even eating a single bite. And with this large menu comes plenty of choices when it comes to indulging in brunch with friends (in fact, you probably need to bring friends just to finish your meal).

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If you are looking for amazing brunch menus in Dallas, there are a lot of great places to choose from. And while we stuck to places that have great Mimosa options, we could easily come up with multiple lists featuring everything from the best Benedict to the most unique (and delicious) biscuits and gravy dishes. Seriously, don’t sleep on Dallas when it comes to the food scene, as there really is something for everyone here.