Promising new supplier of pancakes and other primo breakfast dishes arrives in Dallas: Called Pancakes and coffee with berries and honey, it’s a Chicago-area-based concept that debuts in Texas with a location at 4520 Frankford Rd. # 100, in North Dallas, in what was previously Another Broken Egg Cafe, where it will open at the end of summer.
They are open for breakfast and lunch and are known for their generous portions, fresh ingredients, and concern for quality, doing everything in-house like cutting French fries from scratch.
Their signature is their Honey Berry Pancakes with a Berry Mascarpone Topping, but they have a dozen other varieties of decadent pancakes including:
- Cinnamon Roll Pancakes with Cream Cheese Frosting and Cinnamon Sugar Frosting
- Chocolate chip banana, with white and dark chocolate chips and fresh sliced bananas
- Pumpkin Pancakes with Candied Pecans and Cream Cheese Frosting
- Banana and coconut cream pie, with bananas, cream filling, coconut, graham crackers and caramel
- Creamy Nutella, filled with Nutella cream and garnished with coconut
The omelets are generous and creative, like the Southwest with jalapenos, avocado, onion, mushrooms, chorizo and chihuahua cheese on a bed of flour tortillas.
They also have a “pan” section in options such as the carnivore with ham, sausage, turkey sausage, chicken sausage, and bacon; and the Veggie with mushrooms, asparagus, spinach, onion, tomato and broccoli.
In fact, there’s a whole vegan section with Vegan Breakfast Hash featuring a Beyond Burger, hash browns, spinach, mushrooms, onion, tomato and avocado; and a vegan breakfast sandwich of tofu mrininé, avocado, tomato and dipping sauce on a vegan bun. This kind of breakfast engagement is rare.
Waffles, pancakes and French toast can be ordered in a wide variety of options. French toast, for example, comes in flavors such as Rumchata, S’Mores Toast, Chocolate Brioche, Red Velvet, and a particularly tempting “Cereal Killer”, with French toast with a “crust“made from multicolored cereal krispies.
There’s cookies and gravy, corned beef and hash, and a Benedictine quintet, and we haven’t even had lunch yet.
Lunch menu includes bowls, wraps, salads and sandwiches, highlighted by their signature Monte Cristo, prepared the classic way with ham and turkey, Swiss and American cheese, breaded and fried, then served with jams raspberries.
There is a Chicken Salad, Club Sandwich, Cobb Salad, and Buffalo Chicken Wrap.
Their restaurants also have a full bar, which means Bloody Marys made with vodka, bellinis, Irish coffee and a cinnamon cocktail with RumChata cinnamon cream liqueur and Kahlua, served together. on ice.
Honey Berry is part of the We are a hotel group, which opened a number of concepts such as Bulldog Ale House, Burnt Pizza Co and Goat & Vine.
Founder Matt Ahmeti says they’re big fans of Dallas and have more openings in the works.
“Our COO grew up in Dallas – he just got married and wanted to come back,” says Ahmeti. “We said, ‘Let’s open a Honey Berry cafe.’ We hope to open more in the area, including Plano and Fort Worth. “
“Texas is a great state, and with so many people moving to Dallas, we wanted to be a part of it,” he says.