Join the Dallas Observer on Saturday, February 11th, from 11:30am–2:30pm, for the inaugural Morning After, a Dallas Observer Brunch Event...
presented by Whole Foods Market. This event will feature a morning of bottomless brunch samples from over 20 of Dallas’ hottest brunch spot. In between brunch samples guests will enjoy drink samples and musical entertainment. This is one weekend brunch you won’t want to sleep through!
Enjoy bottomless brunch bites from over 20 of Dallas’ best restaurants. Fantastic eateries such as Ida Claire, TJ's Seafood, Independent Bar & Kitchen, STIRR,...
Luck at Trinity Groves, Full Circle Tavern, Cook Hall, Hypnotic Donuts and many more will be sampling their delectable brunch dishes. Dallas is known for their wide spread of restaurants to attend for brunch. This event will bring all of those restaurants under one roof, as we showcase their specialty brunch items. Guests will also enjoy access to sample brunch cocktails, champagne and beer alongside entertainment throughout the morning.
Grab your tickets today! All tickets include entry into the event at 11:30am, unlimited brunch samples from Dallas' hottest brunch spots,...
alongside 8 brunch cocktails, champagne or beer samples! Additional drink sampling cars available for purchase at the event. VIP Admission tickets include entry into the event 30 minutes earlier than general admission (entry at 11:00am) for early unlimited brunch samples from Dallas' hottest brunch spots before the general public. Please note that this is a 21+ event and you will need to show government-issued ID for entry into the event at Dallas Farmers Market. *Ticket prices are subject to increase.
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