Brunch Review: Stock & Barrel
If you’re following me on social media here then you know I’ve been brunching hard. However, I realize I haven’t given my Brunchies a brunch review in a while. So today I’ve got a full brunch review on Stock & Barrel. You can also check out some of my other brunch reviews here and here.
This was my first time visiting Stock & Barrel. It was a sunny, crisp, Sunday, one of those Sundays that is perfect for brunching and making new friends. I met up with a group of fellow minority bloggers in Dallas. We sipped boozy breakfast beverages and enjoyed great food, while helping each other level up in our respective niches.
Stock and Barrel Brunch Starter
We started off with the blue cheese chips, which were light, crisp, loaded, with chunks of blue cheese, drizzled with a cream sauce and sprinkled with chives. The chips are a must!
Best cocktails for brunch at Stock and Barrel
I had the spritzer, which they change out weekly. It was a good brunch beverage, because it had bubbles (you know I love a good champs drink) and citrus notes. Speaking of boozy brunch, if you’re interested in getting a full list of places in DFW that have the best boozy brunch specials grab my guide here.
What to order at Stock and Barrel
Everyone enjoyed their meal. I had the tuna tacos. The shell was crisp and the tuna was fresh and packed with flavor. My side of Brussel sprouts were delicious too. They were roasted to perfection and tossed in a sweet Thai sauce. So yummy!
We devoured the praline bread pudding so I don’t have a picture to share (*sigh). If you saved room for dessert, I recommend the bread pudding.
Goodies and treats
Our friends at Godishskin and Caketacular gifted us with some awesome goodies.
Be sure to check out Stock & Barrel the next time you’re making brunch plans. They have a sister restaurant, in the design district that is open for lunch and dinner and I can’t wait to check that one out. Have you had brunch at Stock & Barrel? If so, let me know what you ordered.
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