If you’re looking for a spot to Sunday brunch, look no further than Smoke to find some true Texas cooking. With very reasonable prices and a homey vibe, the restaurant boasts a menu that blends the southern and Mexican traditions of Texas. Two standouts for brunch are the pulled whole hog BBQ eggs Benedict and the blueberry and house made ricotta pancakes. And beware: it’s practically against the law to leave without trying the brisket cornbread hash (best washed down with a Double Barrel Bloody Mary). Chef Tim Byres takes farm-to-table seriously and does much of his meat smoking, pickling, butter churning, and jam making on site, so get ready for a true Texas treat.
Oak Cliff is on the south side of Dallas and is quickly becoming a hipster paradise, full of unique shops and foodie-approved restaurants. The Bishop Arts District is a popular destination in the neighborhood.
Smoke | 901 Ft. Worth Avenue; +1 214 393 4141