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Try Brunching at Bolsa This Weekend

12.08.2016 by: Carly Danner
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The Brunch Burger served with a side salad and Bolsa's house made chips.

When deciding on where to brunch in Dallas, diners often turn to one of the well-known joints in neighborhoods like Uptown, Park Cities or Lowest Greenville for their mimosas and sunny-side-up eggs. But take a quick drive west to Oak Cliff and you’ll find one of the best brunches cooking right outside of the city center.

Combine your love for pizza and breakfast with the ultimate breakfast pizza.

Bolsa is a long time beloved gem tucked away in the Oak Cliff Neighborhood located on the historic West Davis street. While it draws big crowds every weekend for its innovative brunch menu, Bolsa is still a spot that deserves more credit than it's given.

The House Smoked Turkey Sandwich with a delicious side salad.

The crew at Bolsa is not only passionate about serving up farm-to-table dishes, but they’re also dedicated to providing a "fresh" experience with every visit; featuring a constantly changing menu based on the season. With every brunch dish comes a very clear message that this restaurant only serves up the highest quality ingredients. While you’ll be tempted to try their changing specials full of decadent flavors and unique combinations, the chefs at Bolsa know that it's hard to say "no" to their brunch favorites like the Brunch Delux and Teresa’s Chilaquiles.

For $15 you get your own bottle of champagne and a glass of OJ to create your own mimosa.

For the die-hard brunchers that enjoy a mimosa (or six) on the side, Bolsa has you covered. Get a bottle of champagne for the table, or one for each person, and drink the morning away surrounded by great company and even greater food. For those who prefer a wilder cocktail with their brunch, order up one of their deliciously crafted cocktails or their Bloody Mary, a fan favorite for many Bolsa brunchers.

Inside Bolsa's trendy dining room.

Their menu and delicious drinks aren’t the only reason people come rushing back every weekend for brunch. Bolsa’s vibe isn’t just “hip and trendy” like many spots in Dallas. This spot has an extremely comforting vibe that makes you want to kick back on the patio with friends until the crew at Bolsa starts cooking up dinner.

Bolsa Official Website

TAGS : Oak Cliff/Bishop Arts , Bolsa