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"Proper Brunch" at Next Door

Steak and Eggs

"Ding dong."

Me again. 

Last time I wrote about Next Door, I knocked, so I thought it only fitting I ring the bell this time. I like to keep you guessing. This time the bell is for their new "Proper Brunch", something I think you're going to simply adore.

Y'all know here in Dallas, we 💜  us some brunch, am I right? I didn't fully appreciate brunch until moving here 9 years ago, and now I am fully immersed in the weekend sport we all know as "brunching".

In 2016 I visited Next Door for dinner. (You can read my recap here.) I fell in love with several menu items and even included one on my list of Delia Jo's 100 Best Bites of 2016. So you know I was just tickled pink to receive an invitation to try out the amazing Chef Paul Niekrasz' new morning time menu. 

Served only on Sundays, this "Proper Brunch" has all your basic staples like Bloody Marys and Mimosas and eggs benny. But wait, there's more. Like the "Best F*ckin Fried French Toast", which has already lived up to the hype. This new Dallas favorite is made on cinnamon-raisin bread, then stuffed with cream cheese, pancake battered and fried, served with fresh berry compote, maple syrup, and whipped cream. I also fell in love with the Steak and Eggs dish, easily the best I've ever eaten. Perfect beef tenderloin with a sunny egg and hashbrowns, topped with a beautiful red wine-roasted garlic sauce. Divine. There are many more items for the samplin', you can see them all if you scroll through the photos,  I've included a menu photo, too. 

Next Sunday mornin' wake up your sleepy little head, and head on down to Next Door.

Whiskey Twist

Coconut Water Mojito

Smoked Salmon Sandwich

The Skinny Omelette

Steak and Eggs

"Best F*ckin Stuffed French Toast"

Complete brunch menu
Where to find Next Door Restaurant and Bar:
2908 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX 75204
Next Door Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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