A Bloody Mary is a staple at brunch spots. Here's Snooze's Bloody Mary.

A Bloody Mary is a staple at brunch spots. Here's Snooze's Bloody Mary.

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This story has been updated with details on new Snooze brunch spots now open in North Texas.

Brunch: It's Dallasites' favorite meal. Denver restaurant Snooze, an A.M. Eatery is digging deep into Dallas' breakfast/brunch crowd by expanding to three new addresses in the Dallas-Fort Worth area in 2018.

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The first one, in Addison, is already open at the southeast corner of Belt Line and the Dallas North Tollway. The second, on Walnut Hill Lane near Central Expressway in Dallas, opens Sept. 26. The third debuts Oct. 24 in the Left Bank area of Fort Worth.

When the Addison restaurant opened, some brunch lovers waited in line to get a table. Waits were up to two hours sometimes, customers reported. Look inside the Addison restaurant here.

Snooze's menu includes egg-centric dishes like omelets and breakfast burritos, sweet breakfast options like pancakes and French toast, lighter fare with egg-white replacements, and a whole section on dishes covered in hollandaise.

The "morning cocktails" range from light mimosas to coffee cocktails to a beverage for professional brunchers: the Bacon and Eggs, made with bacon-infused whiskey, sour mix, frothed egg white, bitters and bacon. 

Snooze is moving into Dallas, Addison and Fort Worth. Here's the OMG French Toast: brioche with mascarpone, vanilla cr me, salted caramel, strawberries and toasted coconut.

Snooze is moving into Dallas, Addison and Fort Worth. Here's the OMG French Toast: brioche with mascarpone, vanilla cr me, salted caramel, strawberries and toasted coconut.

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In case you're the type who hits the snooze button in the morning, Snooze is open 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. You gotta wake up if you want to make it to Snooze.

Snooze currently operates Texas restaurants in Houston, Katy, Austin and San Antonio. It also has locations in California, Colorado and Arizona.

The D-FW restaurants are located in Addison (5100 Belt Line Road), in Dallas (8041 Walnut Hill Lane), and in the Left Bank area of Fort Worth (2150 W. 7th St.). 

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Original story written Dec. 13, 2017. Updated May 2, 2018 and Sept. 25, 2018.

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