Dallas Brunch - Thanksgiving
Has anyone here had a great Thanksgiving Brunch in Dallas? We are not really into Thanksgiving food, so we are looking for brunch focused food in addition to Turkey and stuffing. Ideally between Richardson and Arlington. $40 to $60 per person is kind of our range. Not interested in $20 chain restaurants.
Here is one place to start: http://www.opentable.com/promo.aspx?m...
In addition, I'd expect to see ads creeping into the DMN, if not this weekend, certainly next. For ideas closer to Arlington (Tarrant County), you may want to pick up the FW Star Telegram. Since you said between Rich and Arl, you may want to check the restaurants at the Gaylord Texan.
Old Warsaw generally has wonderful prixe fix menus for holidays, haven't heard anything as of yet. I will call them manana. Always pretty nifty deal. I think it was Mother's Day and Easter this year, for 29.95 a head you get a 4 course meal with nice selections.
Some of the better hotels in Dallas do a Thanksgiving buffet usually starting at 11:00AM. Not sure about typical brunch food, however. I'd call around. The Ritz Carleton, Four Seasons, The Mansion, etc.
In Arlington, you can check out Olenjacks - American/New American. I've had lunch there a couple of times with happy results.
Don't know if your plans include the Cowboy game, but this is from their (events) website:
The Thanksgiving Tailgating Party
November 26, 2009 | 11:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
FREE parking & shuttle service to the stadium with food purchase.
$25 food buffet only
Beverage packages available
Children 5 & under are free
770 Road to Sixflags Drive, Arlington, TX 76011
I wonder if the $25 buffet is for all patrons or just those going to the game? I've been to Olenjack's the past two Thanksgivings, and the price was $30 per person.
Here's what the website posted for last year's brunch offerings:
The brunch will include a range of signature Olenjack's dishes and new menu offerings such as a fried turkey meal. Other featured entrees include traditional breakfast items and turkey fixings to other fine meats such as prime rib, pork, and fish. Desserts include everything from seasonal pies to eggnog tiramasu.