If you are looking for a place to eat some good breakfast food during Gay Pride Weekend in Dallas, Texas, then try Café Brazil, located on The Strip in the Gay District (Oaklawn) of Dallas, Texas. Here’s what you can expect when you eat at Café Brazil:
Excellent service. The servers at Café Brazil in Oaklawn Dallas are quick to your table and full of personality. They hustle food, not their customers. You get what you order, and you get it quickly. When you dine in at this restaurant, you’ll quickly find yourself among a bunch of regulars because this restaurant has a reputation for quality food and consistent service. You’ll come back time and again once you visit Café Brazil in the Oaklawn District. The best thing is that you’ll have a front row seat to the Gay Pride Parade.
Fantastic food. Café Brazil in Oaklawn Dallas offers its patrons an extensive menu, and they even highlight their signature food items. One of the best (and richest) foods Café Brazil offers is the fruit crepes. These are actually really thin pancakes with a rich Raspberry cream sauce streuseled over it, with fresh fruit served just to the side of it. You can get a huge plate of fresh, fruit crepes for around $8. You can munch while you enjoy the Gay Pride Parade.
If you want something a little less sweet, then try the migas or the quesadillas. Do you want something more traditional? You can get bacon and eggs here, too. You can even get the traditional sandwiches that you would get at other restaurants. If you want a traditional sandwich, try the Club Sandwich. (You might want to consider splitting it with another person, though. You get a lot of food.)
Low prices. Whether you dine in or take out, you get the best prices that Dallas Oaklawn has to offer when you visit Café Brazil. You can order food that costs anywhere from $5 to $10 per plate, and you can even add side orders. Rarely, though, will you bill be over $10 for a plate of food and a drink. The good news is that you can eat here anytime night or day because this restaurant serves 24-hours per day. If you eat here during the Gay Pride Parade, you’ll have easy access to Cedar Springs Road.
Limited Parking. Unfortunately, every restaurant has its negative points and Café Brazil in Dallas Oaklawn is no different. The worst point about this restaurant is it has a limited parking area. Café Brazil’s parking area is located in the back of the restaurant, and it is mostly taken up by employees. Signs are posted everywhere by other businesses, warning you of towing if you park in their area, so find a parking spot somewhere else and walk to the restaurant. Don’t try to park here just for the Gay Pride parade. You’ll get towed.