By: Kendall Louis
by Andrew Van Heusden
Fort Worth’s brunch offerings have expanded as of late, thanks to new restaurant openings and local favorites adding menus. Here, nine new spots for your Fort Worth brunch plans.
Photo by Felix Sanchez. Courtesy of B&B Butchers and Restaurant.
Where: 5212 Marathon Ave.
What to Order: This new spot at The Shops at Clearfork offers a wide selection of benedicts for brunch, including a Deli Benedict and Carpet Bagger Benedict, that range from $16 to $21. Eat on the patio on a sunny spring day.
Where: 3050 S. Hulen St., Ste. A
What to Order: Try the Mexican toast with vanilla cream cheese, strawberries and blueberries, topped off with cinnamon piloncillo syrup.
Photo from Fixe Southern House Facebook page
Where: 5282 Marathon Ave.
What to Order: Choose from three types of grits: Herbivore (with farm egg, kale and salsa), Pescavore (with Texas shrimp and freeze-dried corn), or Carnivore (with Texas quail and pickled pears).
Where: 1200 S. Main St.
What to Order: Pay-what-you-can restaurant Taste Project doesn’t usually offer brunch, but they get in on the action this Sunday to celebrate Easter. Go nontraditional and try the Bacon and Green Tomato Sandwich.
Where: 5188 Marathon Ave.
What to Order: The Goat Cheese Beignets hit with a triple threat of sweet accompaniments: fresh berry compote, organic honey and chocolate sauce.
Pictured: Mesero's French Toast
Where: 4955 Gage Ave.
What to Order: The newest restaurant to open in The Shops at Clearfork, Mesero’s brunch includes a French toast, with challah bread, whipped Mexican cream fresh, cinnamon and caramelized green apples. Order a Mesero Mimosa, with vodka, orange citrus and Prosecco to wash it all down.
Pictured: Malai Kitchen's Hoi an Hash
Where: 5289 Monahans Ave.
What to Order: The Hoi an Hash, a dish of crispy noodles, pork sausage, egg and green papaya slaw, is a brunch option you can’t find anywhere else.
Pictured: First Watch's avocado toast. Photo from First Watch Facebook page.
Where: 6333 Camp Bowie Blvd.
What to Order: For a healthier option, go for the avocado toast — whole grain toast topped with smashed avocado, sea salt, lemon and two basted eggs.
Where: 301 Main St.
What to Order: Downtown’s Waters Restaurant is starting its brunch menu this weekend. Chances are anything is good, but options like the andouille benedict have our mouths watering.
By: Kendall Louis