Dallas >Restaurants > Bread Winners Bakery & Cafe
3301 McKinney Ave, Dallas, TX | Directions 7520432.804657 -96.799522
Tue-Thu 7am-4pm, 5pm-10pm
Fri-Sat 7am-4pm, 5pm-11pm
Sun 9am-3pm, 5pm-10pm
Neighborhoods: Oak Lawn
The best breakfast in dallas! – Love love love this place! The portions are ample, the quality FRESH and excellent, the drinks the way they should be ie: coffee hot and tea cold and not watered down?. The service is always excellent! I have NEVER had a bad dish, service or day at this place. Try one of the scrambles, I have those on Sundays and they are my favorite!
Over priced dough. I wouldn't recommend it – I had ordered some pastries that cost a bit of money only to get under cooked tasteless dough. Not going back
curious about how to recommend a businessess – I wish they didn't allow smoking. but a love bakeries and saw that other people had send in good reviews. I thought it worth a try.
Has many types of bread at tables, but will nickle and dime you like no other place in Dallas. – The food is great. Some of it is overpriced ($9-$12 for Eggs Benedict). Service is usually good, but they have a few bad apples. The coffee is strong and yummy and at least $2. Breads to go cost about $5-$6. You can get half priced waffles for $2.95, but with a few bananas, strawberries and a bit of whipped cream they cost $8.95. What?!?
Living off their reputation – I've eaten at Bread Winners many times since I moved to Dallas 20 years ago. My first visits were exceptional but my most recent experiences (breakfast and lunch) have not been so. It appears that the restaurant now lives off of the reputation it developed earlier. The food was very average and seemed to be have been pre-prepared, i.e., sitting in a warmer for an extended period.
User review by bokdong81 – great place. love the food and the service and the atmoshpere
Great Niche in Uptown Downtown Dallas – The french quarter ambiance provided a casual yet elegant backdrop to the meal, a very nice place to get together with friends.
Different varieties of bread are brought to the table, approximately 5 variations in all to tantalize the diner's tastebuds. The meal I enjoyed was presented well. Impressed with the quality of the incredients, it contributed to my eating experience at BWC.
Prices are relatively reasonable. I'd say 10 to 15 dollars a person at any time.
In many respects, the hospitality was good at BWC. My only concern would be in regards to my waiter, who's name I can't recall. Hospitality is equally important to efficiency in the restuarant business.
fun for brunch – We sat out on the patio and watched the people traffic. It was nice. The parking behind the restaurant fills up, but there is street parking nearby. I recommend going a little early to avoid waiting in line. But, the line moves relatively fast if you have to wait.
classy – Good place for a date, or for a casual corporate lunch. Nice ambience. Great muffins and pastries.
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