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Winner, winner, try Bread Winners Cafe for dinner

Winner, winner, how about trying Bread Winners Cafe & Bakery for dinner?

We all know and love Bread Winners for brunch, but did you know they also bring their A-game at night?

Chef Adam Kovac has crafted a new Fall menu that will leave you dining happily on their patio before the weather turns too cold. Have a thing for wings? Check out the crispy Salt & Pepper Chicken Wings, served with a Thai Sticky Sauce that will make you forget about plain old ranch dressing. The Caramelized Onion Dip with house-made BBQ-spiced potato chips are a crowd favorite from Henry's Majestic that they've brought into Bread Winners for your enjoyment and snacking.
Salt & Pepper Chicken Wings with Thai Sticky Sauce
But, save room because they have entrees aplenty for the choosing, ripe with rich fall flavor. The Duroc Bone In Pork Chop is massive and comes topped with their house BBQ sauce and fried onions. The Green Chile Mac and Cheese it's served with is worth coming in for alone. I foresee a to-go order of that stuff in my near future, now that I've brought it up again. The House Meatloaf is NOT your Mama's meatloaf (and in my opinion, that's a good thing!). This is far and away the best meatloaf I've eaten, classed up a league by the ground brisket, chuck, and pancetta blend --- and the roasted tomato demi has a a beautiful smoky flavor! While the meatloaf might be the ultimate Man Meal, don't sweat, ladies, there is more for you to love.

The Pan Seared Salmon or the Blackened Redfish are the new fish items on the menu, and both are prepared perfectly. The Redfish is christened with a pleasant Crab Buerre Blanc, and the Salmon crowned with Grained Mustard Vinaigrette. Pasta lovers will find the Shrimp Bucatini a worthy option, made with San Marzano tomatoes, pancetta, and lemon butter zucchini.

And, of course, desserts at Bread Winners are never to be forfeited. If you find yourself too full from the main meal, be sure and at least grab a cookie or slice of cake to take home for overtime noshing.
Bread Winner's Cafe and Bakery currently has locations in Uptown, Inwood Village, Northpark Center, and Plano. Keep your eyes peeled for new locations coming soon to Fort Worth and Trophy Club.

French 77: Bubbles + Elderflower + Lemon
Caramelized Onion Dip & BBQ Spiced Potato Chips
Cucumber Daiquiri: Rum + Lime + Orange Flower
Duroc Bone-In Pork Chop with hickory smoked salt, green chile mac and cheese, house bbq sauce, crispy onions
Blackened Redfish with roasted asparagus and Crab Buerre Blanc
House Meatloaf (Ground Brisket, Chuck, and Pancetta) with leek mashed potatoes and roasted tomato demi
Pan Seared Salmon with grilled potato leek cake, asparagus, grained mustard vinaigrette
Shrimp Bucatini with San Marzano tomatoes, pancetta, lemon butter zucchini
Bread Winners Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato Disclosure: Food described in this blog is occasionally provided free of charge, but that doesn't change my opinions. I only share what I think you'll love.

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