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Brunch Chain Snooze’s Pancake Flights Arrive in North Dallas Next Month

The Denver-based breakfast spot will arrive at The Hill

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Next month, Dallas will become home to its second location of beloved brunch chain Snooze.

Joining Snooze’s first DFW outpost at Village on the Parkway near Addison, the second location is set to debut at 8041 Walnut Hill Lane in late September. In keeping with most Snooze locations, the Walnut Hill location will occupy 4,600 square feet, seating about 130 diners indoors and another 45 on an outdoor patio.

As with all other Snooze locations, the same menu of pancake flights, egg dishes, and breakfast sandwiches will be on offer, along with (of course) avocado toast and breakfast tacos. Also on offer is a full menu of coffee drinks, locally-brewed beers on tap, the restaurant’s own blend of sparkling wine, and a solid line-up of bloody marys like the Boss Hog, made with bacon-infused bourbon.

At The Hill, Snooze joins a growing line-up of exciting new restaurants. As Eater reported last week, the development will house the first DFW location of New York City-based poke bowl chain Pokeworks, along with outposts of Houston salad restaurant Bellagreen and Hat Creek Burger Company.

Snooze will open at The Hill on Wednesday, September 26. The restaurant will be open daily from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.