Here’s a Dallas import that’s been well received, thanks to this cafe’s primo location in WestBend, right alongside the Trinity Trails. Try this: The coffee drinks are lovely, but there’s so much more. From the brunch menu, start with toasted brioche topped with wild mushrooms, Boursin cheese, a poached egg, arugula hollandaise, and fresno chiles. Smoked tasso and caramelized onion figure into the grilled cheese sandwich, also on brioche. More virtuous, the ancient grains bowl, colored with pickled beets, arugula, cherry tomato, feta, and jalapeño vinaigrette, comes topped with plump shrimp. Pro tip: Cocktails and a small but good wine list are available for more-festive visits; try to nab a patio table, where it’s less crowded.
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Right alongside the Trinity Trails, this Dallas import offers so much more than coffee.