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Some of the city's finest breakfast tacos can be found at Good 2 Go.
Some of the city's finest breakfast tacos can be found at Good 2 Go.
Photo credit: Sara Kerens/EDFW

12 Egg Dishes Worth Hunting Down in Dallas

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Some of the city's finest breakfast tacos can be found at Good 2 Go.
| Photo credit: Sara Kerens/EDFW

Sure, we could regale you with a listing of where to eat brunch on Easter Sunday, but how much can really be said about omelette stations and chocolate fountains? Instead, here's a map of a dozen of the finest egg-centric dishes the city has to offer, from raw to poached to deep-fried.


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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Croque Madame @ Boulevardier

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A croque madame with thick-sliced ham, gruyere, and plenty of mornay sauce is killer paired with crispy, salty frites and a glass of Champagne.

Scotch Eggs @ Central 214

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Chef Graham Dodds creates the finest Scotch egg you'll probably ever taste: a perfectly cooked hardboiled egg encased in sausage, breaded, and fried, and accented with a tiny sprinkle of sea salt.

Deviled Eggs @ DISH

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Chef Garreth Dickey puts a fancy twist on the so-trendy deviled egg with black truffles and smoked trout.

CFS and Eggs @ Ellen's Southern Kitchen

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Ellen's chicken-fried steak is about as textbook-perfect as it gets in Dallas, and the addition of a couple runny-yolked eggs takes it over the top.

Chilaquiles @ El Taquito

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El Taquito's chilaquiles are the finest in Dallas. Perfectly runny over-easy eggs make a magical combination with crisp tortilla strips smothered in cheese and spicy green salsa. (Warning: Weekend lines are really long.)

Breakfast Tacos @ Good 2 Go

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Good 2 Go has what are arguably the finest breakfast tacos around, and while fancier versions like the Paris, TX are magical taste-explosions, the simple potato and egg version is stellar.

BLFGT @ Jack's Southern Comfort Food

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Step 1: Go to Jack's on Lower Greenville. Step 2: Order the BLFGT (bacon, lettuce, fried green tomato, and remoulade on a fresh baked buttermilk biscuit). Step 3: Prepare for food coma.

BELT @ Off-Site Kitchen

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Off-Site Kitchen's BLT is kicked up a few notches with bacon that's always cooked to crisp perfection, insanely buttery toasted bread, and a runny-yolked egg.

Breakfast Pizza @ Olivella's

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Olivella's breakfast pizza is sex on a platter, particularly when ordered with Jimmy's sausage and onions. The pizza is parcooked in the oven, then eggs are cracked on top and it's slid back in to finish cooking them to a perfect runny state.

Fried Egg Burger @ Stackhouse Burgers

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A lot of burger joints offer fried eggs as a topping these days, but Stackhouse's is especially glorious and always perfectly runny. Add bacon and avocado to gild the lily, and BYOB (that's "bring your own bib"). [Photo: Leigh P./Yelp]

Pickled Eggs @ Ten Bells Tavern

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You've probably seen pickled eggs in a jar near the register at a gas station. Ten Bells' pickled eggs are not those eggs -- these are perfectly cooked and magically flavored with things like curry.

Chicken Meatball Yakitori @ Teppo

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Teppo has some pretty adventurous yakitori on their menu (beef hearts, anyone?), but don't miss the succulent chicken meatball skewers with raw quail egg garnish. (There's also quail egg yakitori with bacon, if raw eggs make you squeamish.)

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Croque Madame @ Boulevardier

A croque madame with thick-sliced ham, gruyere, and plenty of mornay sauce is killer paired with crispy, salty frites and a glass of Champagne.

Scotch Eggs @ Central 214

Chef Graham Dodds creates the finest Scotch egg you'll probably ever taste: a perfectly cooked hardboiled egg encased in sausage, breaded, and fried, and accented with a tiny sprinkle of sea salt.

Deviled Eggs @ DISH

Chef Garreth Dickey puts a fancy twist on the so-trendy deviled egg with black truffles and smoked trout.

CFS and Eggs @ Ellen's Southern Kitchen

Ellen's chicken-fried steak is about as textbook-perfect as it gets in Dallas, and the addition of a couple runny-yolked eggs takes it over the top.

Chilaquiles @ El Taquito

El Taquito's chilaquiles are the finest in Dallas. Perfectly runny over-easy eggs make a magical combination with crisp tortilla strips smothered in cheese and spicy green salsa. (Warning: Weekend lines are really long.)

Breakfast Tacos @ Good 2 Go

Good 2 Go has what are arguably the finest breakfast tacos around, and while fancier versions like the Paris, TX are magical taste-explosions, the simple potato and egg version is stellar.

BLFGT @ Jack's Southern Comfort Food

Step 1: Go to Jack's on Lower Greenville. Step 2: Order the BLFGT (bacon, lettuce, fried green tomato, and remoulade on a fresh baked buttermilk biscuit). Step 3: Prepare for food coma.

BELT @ Off-Site Kitchen

Off-Site Kitchen's BLT is kicked up a few notches with bacon that's always cooked to crisp perfection, insanely buttery toasted bread, and a runny-yolked egg.

Breakfast Pizza @ Olivella's

Olivella's breakfast pizza is sex on a platter, particularly when ordered with Jimmy's sausage and onions. The pizza is parcooked in the oven, then eggs are cracked on top and it's slid back in to finish cooking them to a perfect runny state.

Fried Egg Burger @ Stackhouse Burgers

A lot of burger joints offer fried eggs as a topping these days, but Stackhouse's is especially glorious and always perfectly runny. Add bacon and avocado to gild the lily, and BYOB (that's "bring your own bib"). [Photo: Leigh P./Yelp]

Pickled Eggs @ Ten Bells Tavern

You've probably seen pickled eggs in a jar near the register at a gas station. Ten Bells' pickled eggs are not those eggs -- these are perfectly cooked and magically flavored with things like curry.

Chicken Meatball Yakitori @ Teppo

Teppo has some pretty adventurous yakitori on their menu (beef hearts, anyone?), but don't miss the succulent chicken meatball skewers with raw quail egg garnish. (There's also quail egg yakitori with bacon, if raw eggs make you squeamish.)

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