We all love a good comeback. (Unless it’s a Donald Trump zombie.)
But if you’re talking the triumphant return of the good, old-fashioned coffee shop? We’re all about that kind of resurrection.
That’s exactly what you’ll find at Overeasy at the newly reopened, refurbished, re-awesomized hotel downtown, The Statler. Led by chef Graham Dodds, a man who knows his way around a biscuit cutter, this reimagined 1950s/60s-style diner has a modern charm that’s offset by a nod to the past.
And we can’t get enough.
The menu features a lot of dishes with those famous biscuits and, best of all, you can enjoy brunch seven days a week. That’s because they serve the full menu from opening to closing every day. That means you can get a Proud Mary (a green version of the traditional tomato cocktail) and a stack of pancakes at 9:00 p.m. on a Tuesday just as easily as you can at noon on a Sunday.
You’ll love the space (and the new hotel) so plan to get here before everyone discovers this downtown gem.
Now, sit back and scroll through some of the menu highlights.
Please try not to lick your screen.
Full menu daily 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
1914 Commerce Street inside The Statler, Dallas