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Brunch at The Royale: A Culinary Safari

Biscuits, and cocktails, and giraffes... Oh my!

Brunch is a force to be reckoned with at The Royale. In fact, I think it's quickly shimmied its way up to the top of my list of Plano brunches.

The Royale opened last year in Plano (read all the juicy burger details in my Plano Magazine article), and they've just introduced their new brunch menu, which I'm pretty darned excited about.

To begin your brunch safari, imbibe one of their featured $6 brunch cocktails, like the house Bloody Mary, an Aperol Spritzer, or Thairish Coffee. Those are sure to help you spot lots of exciting brunch items on the menu.

A giraffe! In the wild! With house-made donuts on its neck! No, you haven't already had too much to drink (you just got started). These are crumbly (read: messy) delights, complete with cardamom sugar and DIY toffee dipping sauce.

Also to share, don't skip the Jalapeño & Cheddar Drop Biscuits, with a seriously addictive spicy sausage gravy. Don't let them tell you it's queso.

When you're done with sharing and ready to venture out on your own, items like Inside Out French Toast, the Magnificent BLT, Royal Dutch Baby Pancake, and Chicken and Waffles come calling. Partially classic, with a few surprising twists, there's something for every hunter... errr, I mean bruncher.

Sweet tooths will rave about the Inside Out French Toast, decadent with strawberries, bananas, whipped cream cheese, and a Cap'n Crunch crumble, while serious breakfast eaters will enjoy noshing on Breakfast Tacos, Brisket and Biscuits, or the classic Royale Standard breakfast. The Magnificent BLT is a panini filled with bacon, vintage cheddar, avocado, tomato, mayo, and arugula, topped with a picture perfect egg. You'll definitely want to shoot it (with your camera, silly) and then eat it.

Adventure to The Royale to discover your new favorite brunch destination.

3310 Dallas Pkwy #121
Plano, TX 75093

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