If you thought sandwiches were just for lunch, think again. Restaurants all around the metroplex are taking breakfast to a whole new level with a collection of savory sandwiches to start the day off on a delicious note. From delectable burgers and bagels to tantalizing tacos and donuts, these DFW places are wrapping up breakfast in the most appetizing ways.
408 N. Bishop Ave.
Dallas, TX 75208
If you haven’t made it over to Oak Cliff’s trendy Bishop Arts neighborhood yet, Boulevardier’s awesome weekend brunches will give you a good reason to go. With a dousing of French inspiration, chef Nathan Tate’s brunch menu offers plenty to get excited about, including his legs and eggs with confit of duck legs, fried duck eggs, grits cakes and huckleberry sauce. You’ll also find an open-faced crouque madame— with ham, Gruyere, fried egg and mornay sauce. But those looking for the beef will be ecstatic with Tate’s farm burger featuring beef that comes fresh from his farm in Rockwall. This succulent grilled patty is tucked into a pain au lait bun and topped with crispy house bacon, Gruyere cheese, caramelized onions and a sunny side up farm egg.
EatZi’s Market & Bakery
5967 W. Parker Road
Plano, TX 75093
With an array of ready-made gourmet meals and customized sandwiches to exquisite fresh bakery treats, it’s no surprise that EatZi’s offers some of the best breakfast sandwiches around at its Grapevine, Plano and Dallas locations. Hungry foodies on the go can head over to the breakfast-grill station for scrumptious items such as migas, omelets and waffles, as well as bacon and egg croissants. For those packing a hefty appetite, EatZi’s breakfast burritos have it all wrapped up with spicy chorizo, bacon and scrambled eggs or for a lighter touch, there’s an egg white burrito with turkey and cheese. But nothing satisfies morning hunger pains more than its three chili cheese bread sandwich filled with ancho mayo, scrambled eggs, cheddar and ham.
6513 N. Beach St.
Fort Worth, TX 76137
The bagels that get boiled and baked daily inside of Boopa’s Bagel Deli are about as good as you’ll find this side of Manhattan. And what better breakfast vehicle is there than a dense and chewy bagel loaded up with everything from eggs, ham, bacon or sausage to cheddar, Swiss and provolone cheese? Boopa’s large variety of flavored bagels and cream cheeses makes it tempting to get creative, or you can keep it simple by going with the fan favorite, an asiago bagel filled with bacon, eggs and melted provolone cheese.
9007 Garland Road
Dallas, TX 75218
www.hypnoticdonuts.comHypnotic’s groupies, A.K.A. hyppies, rave about the coma-inducing donuts here, especially options like the peanut butter, bacon, banana and honey-laden Evil Elvis or the Canadian Healthcare, an eclair-shaped delicacy topped with syrup, maple icing and a strip of bacon. But donuts aren’t the only things making this spot a breakfast mecca. Hypnotic’s chicken biscuits—stuffed with everything from gravy and cheese to bacon, jalapenos and pickles—are massive mounds of deliciousness. Or, if you want to up you daily calorie count, skip the biscuit and have the fried chicken breast sandwiched between the glazed sides of a toasted doughnut instead.
1146 Peavy Road
Dallas, TX 75218
You can’t mention breakfast sandwiches without giving credit to the Mexican version, although you probably won’t find these breakfast tacos south of the border. You can choose from four breakfast taco varieties or create your own from the DIY menu. One of the most popular picks is the honey bear—a savory concoction of gooey goodness with eggs, creamy goat cheese, spinach and honey-chili bacon. However, no one can top a breakfast taco combination like the soco— featuring a flour tortilla filled with potatoes, eggs, sausage, cheddar cheese and chunks of biscuits with gravy. It’s everything you could ever want in a breakfast all rolled up into one tasty package.Related: Best Tortas In DFW