Starting this weekend, the posh/casual patio will offer “Hangover Brunch” from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Brunch is serious, if not almost political business for owners Shawn Horne (Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck, Kitchen 1924, York Street, Ferré, Abacus, Green Room) and Flynn Dekker (Fogo de Chão®).
“We’re tired of hearing that breakfast, by itself, is the most important meal of the day. That belief has obviously been perpetuated by the vast number of breakfast lobbyists in Washington and Austin and we’re out to put brunch in its rightful place no matter what the risk to our own personal safety,” stated Horne & Dekker in a press release.
Who knew brunch was such a hot button topic? Well, actually, in Dallas -- a lot of people know. D-town is a brunch city. Gaggles of girls get together religiously at their favorite brunch spot to bitch about men, croon lovingly about men or refuse to talk about men all together.
Packs of men meet up to swig Micheladas and watch the aforementioned groups in hopes they may one day get a bit part in the drama.
And what helps drama go down more smoothly? Fabulous brunch fare and limitless libations of course!
Here’s a breakdown of Horne & Dekker’s brunch menu:
Here’s a break down of Horne & Dekker’s hair of the dog:
Horne & Dekker has stated, “Anyone needing to be rendered immediate aid upon arrival, will be greeted with complimentary breakfast biscuits served with honey butter and seasonal jam.”
Isn’t that sweet? It sounds just like Mom’s house, minus the guilt plus a tab of at least $20 a person.