Brunch has become a very popular meal for the Ungers and we are constantly discovering new places across Dallas. A dear friend gave us a Snooze Eatery gift card for Christmas. We heard the lines can get long, so we woke up early and headed to the Addison location. We walked in at 7:45am and beat the crowd, after 30 minutes the place was packed.
I loved everything about this restaurant. The décor felt as if you walked into a 1970’s diner. We were quickly served coffee in a bright yellow mug that felt as if it was handmade. Everything on the menu sounded amazing making the decision even more difficult.
What’s for Breakfast?
John had visited the Oak Lawn location and couldn’t stop talking about the upside-down pineapple pancakes, so we had to order one and share. It includes buttermilk pancakes with caramelized pineapple chunks, house-made vanilla crème and cinnamon butter. Believe me when I tell you this will change your life.
After very careful thought I ordered the sweet potato hash, which includes roasted sweet potatoes with savory soffritto & Tuscan kale. Topped with two cage-free sunny side up eggs and a drizzle of Gouchujang chili sauce. John enjoyed the corned beef hash, which includes their signature shredded hash mixed with dry-rubbed corned beef, caramelized poblanos and onions, topped with two cage-free eggs your style with toast or tortillas.
Snooze prides themselves in serving guests only the best local and organic ingredients. Speaking of local I noticed several staff wearing Bonton Farms shirts. Turns out they source local ingredients from the farm. I love how Snooze has created a set of high standards ensuring the ultimate responsibility of the food they allow through their doors and to their tables.
Our server brought two coffees to go as we were wrapping up the bill. So thoughtful. Snooze has something for everyone, you will be impressed with the quality of food, the friendly staff and the overall experience. Be sure to put this place on your list.