Is there any better way to enjoy the weekend than meeting up with friends for a fabulous brunch? This is what Saturdays and Sundays are made for in a city with a culinary reputation of stellar restaurant options. Whether you fancy a celebration of all things Benedict or some boozy delights to accommodate your meal, here’s a list of where you can find the best brunch in Frisco near your luxury apartment.
Have you ever experienced bourbon French toast made with sourdough bread, salted caramel cream cheese, fresh whipped cream, strawberries, and top-notch maple syrup? Pair that with an orange, white peach, blood orange, or blackberry mimosa and you’ll be in brunch heaven! The honey smoked salmon Benedict is dynamic as well — cold smoked sockeye salmon, Meyer lemon cream cheese, sauteed spinach, poached eggs, and Sriracha hollandaise served on two pieces of sourdough baguette. TruFire prides itself with a menu full of flavors from around the world in an inviting and social atmosphere, which is a favorite place among Frisco foodies.
If specialty drinks are a must-have staple at your brunch table, J. Theodore Restaurant & Bar will not disappoint with their mimosas, sangria, Bellinis, mojitos, and more! Start off with a stunning charcuterie board or biscuit board with housemade blueberry jam. Other menu favorites include a variety of seafood Benedicts and omelets — shrimp, scallop, or lobster. Make sure to try the bacon cheddar everything bagel sandwich, the sweet chili fried chicken sandwich, caramel French toast, cast iron mussels, or the pasta options.
Kick off your meal with whiskey-buttered pretzel bits topped with cinnamon sugar and cream cheese icing or an assortment of sausage kolaches. How does short rib hash sound? This brunch dish is fantastic — braised short rib, spicy potatoes, peppers, onions, sunny-side egg, and smoked Gouda bechamel. The grilled cheese is a winner, too — roasted pork loin, smoked cheddar, provolone, mozzarella, and Parmesan served on sourdough bread with marinara dipping sauce and breakfast potatoes. Pair any of these selections with their Uncommon bloody mary, Skittles sangria, or anything from their impressive drink menu and you’ll be celebrating your new favorite weekend hot spot in hip-hop style!
Tupelo Honey is a brunch favorite for all the right reasons — fried chicken and biscuits, divine omelets, Parmesan and rosemary potato cracklins, etc. For something with out-of-this-world flavor, order the Tupelo Shrimp and Grits featuring wild-caught Gulf shrimp, peperonata, heirloom grits with goat cheese, chives, and griddled lemon. If you’re a Benedict fan, the Fit to Be Tied Pickled & Fried is a must-try — two medium poached eggs, fried pickles, melted pimento cheese, bacon crumbles, pickled onion, and hollandaise.
If you’ve lived in Frisco long, you know 5th Street Patio Cafe is a wonder! If you haven’t tried it yet, then prepare to add it to your dining to-do list. Tasty bites of Captain Crunch French toast will bring back memories from your childhood table, and the banana Foster French toast with brown sugar rum sauce is ridiculously good. And their Cajun crawfish scramble? It’s one of the best things you’ll ever taste — andouille sausage, crawfish, and eggs tossed with potatoes.