Start your day with one of these delicious breakfast sandwiches.
The casual restaurant from the team behind Goodfriend Beer Garden and Burger House and Blind Butcher is serving up breakfast daily. Goodfriend Package Store offers a mix of trendy fare (hello, avocado toast) and classics. There’s house-made pancakes, scrambled eggs, and a farm egg biscuit sandwich that’s worth bypassing the snooze button for. A sunny-side-up egg and choice of sausage or bacon (all the restaurant’s meats are prepared off-site at their “Meat Garage” commissary) are sandwiched between two halves of a house-made beer biscuit. Breakfast is served daily from 7 a.m. until 11 a.m.
As if the friendly service, bottomless coffee, and laid-back environment weren’t enough to get you out of bed in the morning, this Deep Ellum café has one of the best breakfast sandwiches in Dallas. Those seeking refuge in perfectly cooked eggs sandwiched between two toasty slices of sourdough bread will find what they’re looking for here. The breakfast menu offers two versions of the egg sandwich. There’s the regular sammy with a fried egg, shaved ham, and smear of Tabasco mayonnaise on toasted sourdough. Then, there’s the mega-egg sandwich. It’s the exact same base as the regular version except with avocado, tomato, and cheddar cheese piled high. The savory breakfast delight can be modified to fit your needs. Don’t like ham? No problem. Prefer Swiss cheese? Sub out with cheddar. After all, it’s “all good” here. Breakfast is served daily from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.
The no-frills breakfast sandwich at this popular comfort food restaurant will have you singing hymns of praise on your morning commute. The recipe is simple: your choice of crispy bacon or savory sausage stuffed into a flaky biscuit. Feeling decadent? Order a side of creamy gravy to pour over the sandwich. Bonus: Bubba’s drive-though makes grabbing an early morning bite even more convenient. Breakfast is served daily from 6:30 a.m. until 11 a.m.
Sure, the sweet potato pancakes at this popular East Dallas restaurant are some of the best in town, but you haven’t truly had breakfast at Garden Café until you’ve sunk your teeth into one of their breakfast sandwiches. Two fried eggs, thick slices of fresh tomato, and crispy bacon are stacked on golden-brown whole wheat toast that’s been smeared with mayonnaise. The outcome is crispy, savory, and darn near perfect. Available daily from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m.
The cripsy fried chicken breakfast sandwich is only available at The Grape on Sundays. But you’d better believe that it’s worth waiting an entire week for. A crispy fried chicken breast and cheddar cheese are sandwiched between a jalapeño-and-cheddar biscuit that’s been slathered with honey butter. The dish is served with a side of Napa slaw. Available Sundays from 10:30 a.m. until 2 p.m.