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Brunch Of The Week: Eggs, Lobster & Plenty Of Wine

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Do you hear that?

Listen closer.

Brunch is calling!

And in order to answer correctly, you need to make a reservation now for the new brunch at Al Biernat’s North.

If you haven’t been to this recently opened location in the former Del Frisco’s space, you won’t see a single Ghost of Steak Houses Past. The restaurant has been completely transformed from the dark, wood-heavy dining rooms of yore and replaced modern decor and large windows for a brighter, more cheerful experience.

In other words, perfect for brunch.

We went a couple weeks ago and it was one of the most glorious brunch experiences in recent memory because the chefs take the same first-class approach to eggs, baon and other breakfast indulgences that they do their incredible steaks.

In fact, you can have the full steakhouse experience with a few early-morning twists. We even opted for dirty martinis to start and wine pairings with our food in lieu of the usual Bloody Marys and mimosas (though, shhhhhhh, we may have had a couple of those, too).

The steakhouse approach for brunch translates to dishes including crab cake Benedict, prime rib hash and a decadent lobster scramble. Even breakfast tacos get a high-end twist thanks to beef tenderloin carne asada served on a platter with all the accouterments to make your own handheld brunch treats.

If you’re a sweets lover (or enjoy a brunch dessert like we do), the brioche French toast (pictured) wows from the moment it hits the table with its colorful display of caramelized bananas, berries and Chambord-infused cream. It’s a fab way to end an indulgent meal.

Not to mention pairs perfectly with a glass of ice-cold champagne.

Al Biernat’s North Brunch
Sunday ,11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
5251 Spring Valley Road, Dallas

albiernats.com

French toast image courtesy of Al Biernat’s North

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