Over the last fourteen years the Café Brazil has become a Dallas institution. Since opening its first store in the Lakewood area in 1991, it has grown to six locations in the Dallas area. What sets the Café Brazil apart is its diverse menu, scrumptious food, and relaxing atmosphere. They are known especially for their breakfast menu which includes all manner of omelets and crepes all served with Brazil’s trademark rosemary potatoes or a fruit bowl. The coffee bar is another popular selection. They serve six different blends at any one time, and you can get a bottomless cup for $2.39.
Although the menu is the same at each location, the decor and atmosphere changes depending on where you go. Café Brazil in the university district is open 24/7 and attracts the late night crowds, and during the school year fills up with SMU students snacking and doing homework. The Deep Elum location is a popular place to dry out before heading home after a night of bar hopping. This location also feature free high-speed wireless Internet. The Cedar Springs location is especially popular for weekend brunch.
If you are looking for the best breakfast value in town or trying to find a late-night alcohol-free hangout, then try one of the six Café Brazil locations. Visit them on the web at http://www.cafebrazil.com .