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From the North shore of Lake Pontchartrain, Ron E. Green's spot has spread its yolks and whites across the Gulf States. The Dallas branch is near its own landmark body of water, but not in a quaint cottage like the original. This Another Broken Egg Café is in a dull strip mall. Nevertheless, it does serve the same fresh, creative takes on morning and lunch grub. Among the menu options are the crab cakes cavallo, an eggs benedict special and bananas foster with a choice of pancake, waffle or French toast and beignets.
Amazing brunch dishes! Expect a wait every Sat and Sun till 1 or 2. I especially recommend the salmon benedict. Come in relaxed - the place is packed and service is slow so you will have to wait - but it is worth the wait. The other patrons are waiting just like you. I've often seen conversations start up between other tables. It's a truly neighborhood restaurant - a quintessential Lakewood/Casa Linda brunch location.
If you've burned yourself out on Café Brazil (and let's face it, we've all done it at one time or another) the Dallas branch of this Southern chain is a more than adequate substitute, serving up everything from Southern crab stacks (a grit cake topped with homemade crab cakes, shrimp and andouille sausage cream sauce) to bananas Foster pancakes. We're slowly working our way through the menu ourselves, but the Hey Ricky!!--a Spanish omelet complete with avocado slices, green... More »
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