Thursday, April 25, 2013

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo at The Quarter



Join us at The Quarter for a 
Cinco de Mayo Celebration
Friday, May 3 | Saturday, May 4 | Sunday 5
$3 Margaritas  |  $3 Mexican beers |  $2 Margarita jello shots 

The Quarter bar is located next door to Bread Winners in Uptown. 
3301 McKinney Ave. at Hall, Dallas, TX. 75204
Hours 4pm to 2am on Friday, 10am to 2am on Sat-Sun

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Mothers Day 2013 at Bread Winners Cafe and Bakery



Join us on Sunday, May 12, 2013

Mother's Day

Moms will get a free dessert with purchase of entree 
at any of our 4 locations from open to close

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Bread Winners Introduces New Summer Salad Menu

Warmer temperatures always lead to the desire for lighter fare and thoughts of consuming healthier entrees. After all, swim suit season is not so far away! Starting April 1, Bread Winners will overhaul our Blue Plate Daily Specials to introduce 5 new Summer Salads:


Mondays:  Fresh Berry Salad 
Salad greens, assorted fresh berries, grilled chicken breast, red onion, feta cheese, strawberry balsamic vinaigrette. 



Tuesdays: Greek Chicken Salad 
Salad greens, grilled chicken, tomato, artichoke hearts, kalamata olive, bell pepper, cucumber, red onion, feta cheese, creamy cucumber vinaigrette. 



Wednesdays: Asian Noodle Shrimp Salad 
Bibb lettuce cup, chilled honey-soy marinated rice noodles, snap peas, bell pepper, fresh cilantro, mint, sweet-chili shrimp 



Thursdays:  Mesa Chicken Salad 
Crispy tortilla shell, salad greens, grilled chicken, roasted peppers, corn, red onion, avocado, creamy roasted poblano dressing. 


Fridays:  Antipasto Salad 
Romaine stalk, salami, provolone, marinated garbanzo beans, sun-dried tomato, pepperoncini pepper, red wine vinaigrette. Tuscan crostini.

Friday, January 18, 2013

Mardi Gras' King Cake available at Bread Winners

What's a King Cake, you ask?

The King Cake tradition came to New Orleans with the first French settlers and has stayed ever since. Like the rest of Mardi Gras during those early days, the king cake was a part of the family's celebration, and really didn't take on a public role until after the Civil War. In 1870, the Twelfth Night Revelers held their ball, with a large king cake as the main attraction.

Instead of choosing a sacred king to be sacrificed, the TNR used the bean in the cake to choose the queen of the ball. This tradition has carried on to this day, although the TNR now use a wooden replica of a large king cake. The ladies of the court pull open little drawers in the cake's lower layer which contain the silver and gold beans. Silver means you're on the court; gold is for the queen.


With the TNR making a big deal over the king cake in the society circles, others in the city started having king cake parties. These parties particularly among children, became very popular and have also continued to today.

Up through the 1950s, neighborhoods would have parties. One family would start the ball rolling after Twelfth Night, and they'd continue on weekends through Carnival. Whoever got the baby (the coin or bean had changed to a ceramic or porcelain baby about an inch long by then) in the king cake was to hold the next party. You can still hear stories from folks who were kids during the Great Depression of what their mommas would do to them if they came home with the baby from a king cake party, since so many families were short on money then.

Today, schools and offices are the main sites for king cake parties these days. Someone will pick up a cake at the bakery on the way downtown and leave it out for everyone to grab a piece, or mom will send one to school on a Friday for the kids to share. You an always tell the locals from the transfers in any given office because the local knows what to do when he or she gets the baby. The foreigner just drops it on the counter or some such, and possibly might not even bring the next cake. Sacrilege.

You can order your Mardi Gras King cake by calling us at 214-754-0099.  We need 48 hours advance notice and they are $25.99 each.


King Cake history lesson provided by GumboPages.

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

How to Celebrate International Hot & Spicy Food Day

Archaeological evidence suggests that people have been using hot spices in their recipes for over 6000 years. Did you know that the hottest chili pepper in the world is the Naga Jolokia? On average, one of these peppers is over 170 times spicier than a jalapeno pepper! Throughout the world, there are hundreds of different spices that contribute to an array of hot flavored foods. Hot foods can actually be very good for you because of their medicinal and antimicrobial properties. Garlic, chilies, onions, allspice, and oregano all kill bacteria and make food safer to consume*.



To celebrate this celebration of flavors, Bread Winners invites customers to get hot & spicy with the following selections off their menu:

Spicy Bleu Cheese Potato Chips ($8.00) 
Housemade potato chips with bleu cheese and drizzled with Sriracha sauce 

Jalapeno Bacon BLT ($9.99) 
Served on delicious housemade sourdough bread 

 Green Chile Jalapeno Bacon Burger ($12.00) 
Made with Kobe beef, Pepper Jack cheese, green chilies, jalapeno bacon, lettuce and tomato 

 French Quarter Redfish ($19.00) 
Redfish topped with Tasso ham and red chile pesto served with dirty rice 

 BW's Bloody Mary ($8.00) 
Vodka, BW's homemade Bloody Mary mix, Cajun green beans 

 Henry's Housemade Hot Sauce ($5.99) 
It's a bit like Chalula and Tabasco, but with our own special twist! 


Locations: 
Uptown | 3301 McKinney Ave., Dallas, Texas 75204 | 214.754.4940 
Park Cities | 5560 W. Lovers Lane in Inwood Village, Dallas, Texas 75209 | 214.351.3339 
NorthPark Center | 8687 N. Central Expressway, Suite 1608, Dallas, Texas 75225 | 214.232.9798 
Plano | 4021 Preston Rd., Plano, Texas 75093 | 972.312.9300

*source

Sunday, January 6, 2013

Bread Winners Vegetarian Options 2013


We have many Vegetarian options on our menu. Enjoy!



Breakfast/Brunch
Vegetarian Benedict
San Antonio Tacos
Monterrey Enchiladas
Veggie Scramble
San Antonio Scramble
Pancakes/Waffles/French Toast

Lunch Menu: 
Crunchy Garden Salad
Fresh Fruit Plate 
Grilled Vegetable Melt
BW Grilled Cheese Sandwich 
Portabella Rollup 
Homemade Veggie Burger 
Vegeterian Portabella Patty Melt 

Dinner Menu: 
Spinach & Artichoke Dip 
Spicy Bleu Cheese Potato Chips 
Hummus and Pitas 
Smoked Gouda Fondue 
Pear & Gorgonzola Salad 
Homemade Veggie Burger 
Grilled Vegetable Melt 
Chicken Fried Portabella Mushroom 
Vegetarian Flatbread* 
Margherita Flatbread* 
Quattro Formaggio Flatbread*


*NorthPark Center location only

Friday, December 21, 2012

Holiday Hours for 2012


Bread Winner's holiday hours:

Christmas Eve 
Uptown, Inwood, Plano will close at 2PM
NorthPark will serve brunch all day and close at 6

Christmas Day 
All locations will be CLOSED

New Years Eve 
Uptown, Inwood, Plano will close at 4PM
NorthPark will be open from 8am - 10pm 

New Years Day
Inwood Village, NorthPark Center and Plano will be open from 9am - 9pm.
Uptown will be open from 9am-4pm.
Our Brunch menu will be served all day.


Quarter Bar holiday hours:

Christmas Eve
Closed

Christmas Day
Open at 6PM

New Year's Eve
Open at 4PM for a Red Neck NYE
$10 at the door gets you grub, bubbly at midnight and live music from Fingerless Ghost

New Year's Day
Open at 6PM