I heard amazing things about this restaurant as a great brunch option. I have yet to find any brunches here in Dallas that echo the same energy or vibe as a Brookyln, DC, or Atlanta brunch. The common table is one of few restaurants that puts its hat in the "hip-hop" brunch game. Again, while this brunch doesn't echo the vibrant energy found ad hip hop brunches in other major city it is a pretty nice space with decent music and good food. Don't expect a roaring restaurant filled with young professionals signing their hearts out to their favorite 90s R&B ballad but you can expect good food and a nice time. They have an okay mimosas deal available in 3 really great flavors. The food offerings are very Texas with lots of bbq options for brunch!
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