Brunch Review: Sugar Bacon
Downtown McKinney is becoming one of my favorite spots to hang out. Outside of the fact that it looks like the set from a Hallmark movie, with its small town feel, it also has several boutiques and eateries. I am determined to dispel the myth that all the good brunch places are in uptown Dallas. I met a friend in downtown McKinney for brunch at Sugar Bacon Proper Kitchen, and I spotted a number of other restaurants I plan to visit.
There is a huge bar and an open kitchen. For seating, you can choose from high top tables, or a traditional booth and chairs. I noticed families there, and it was loud enough to not feel self-conscience if your kids were not using their inside voices.
We started off with donut holes and mimosas. They had a great selection of mimosas. My friend opted for the pineapple, I went for the grapefruit. The donuts were tasty and the mimosas were strong!
I went for my go to brunch item, which is chicken and waffles. There were two huge chicken breasts and crisp Belgian waffle. The chicken was flavorful and juicy.
My friend enjoyed the shrimp and grits, which looked delicious. She confirmed that it was indeed, delicious.
After brunch we had a blog shoot because an impromptu photo shoot always ensues when bloggers get together.
If you find yourself in downtown McKinney, or are looking for a new area to explore, you should definitely visit Sugar Bacon.
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