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Another Broken Egg Cafe Hatches in Far North Dallas

Another Broken Egg Cafe hatched (sorry, I had to) earlier this year in Far North Dallas, just off of the DNT and Frankford. In a city that loves its brunch, Another Broken Egg offers a copious number of unique egg dishes, classic breakfast items, and dessert-like brunch favorites (like southern-style biscuit beignets) to fill up on at breakfast or lunch on any day of the week.

On the Saturday of our visit, it sure looked like everyone was already on board, as this new hot spot was full to the gills! (Pro tip: This place gets PACKED on the weekends. Download the No Wait app on your phone, then get in line from home so you can skip the long wait! You're welcome.)

We sampled several brunch-y dishes, both sweet and savory, and the highlight for me was unexpected: The City Grits. With bacon adding a pleasantly crispy texture on top of the creamy, rich grits, these are some of the tastiest grits I've tried. They are definitely at the top of my list of things you must eat at Another Broken Egg Cafe.

City Grits
Sweet Tooths will think they've died and gone to heaven when they crack open the menu at Another Broken Egg. From Cinnamon Roll French Toast to a Bananas Foster Belgian Waffle to Peach Cobbler Pancakes, there is plenty to leave you drooling with these sugary indulgences.

Cinnamon Roll French Toast

Bananas Foster Belgian Waffle
If you like your brunch a little heartier, don't fret, as there are options upon options of omelettes, creative benedicts, and scrambles. 

Caribbean Skillet Eggs

Dallas Brunch Enthusiasts will be excited to hear that Another Broken Egg sells some of their brunch beverages by the pitcher, and they stock a full bar.

Another Broken Egg Cafe is open Mon-Sun: 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM (Closed Christmas, Thanksgiving).

4520 Frankford Road Suite 100A 
(Corner of Frankford and Gibbons)
Dallas - TX - 75287

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