Brunch Your Way Through Charlotte
Finding a place to brunch in the Charlotte area is easy, with various options lining the Uptown area alone. The meal between breakfast and lunch has gained so much popularity over the past few years that it has garnered its own menu at restaurants and become a symbol of taste. With the dozens of restaurants in Charlotte now serving brunch, there are only a few that stand out from the masses as the best of the best.
Equipped with one of the largest brunch menus in the Charlotte area, it’s no surprise that the Terrace Cafe is a beloved southern staple. Choose to eat healthy with avocado toast and the vegan breakfast or splurge on the fried green tomatoes and coconut cream french toast.
Put some sizzle in your weekend brunch plans and head over to Vida Cantina to enjoy some authentic mexican cuisine. Choose from classic dishes such as the huevos rancheros or the carne asada and eggs and enjoy them in the beautiful patio area of the restaurant.
We love Haberdish all the time, but the modern twist on Southern comfort is especially good for brunch. Order the cinnamon roll to start and then, if you’ve not indulged the Haberdish deviled eggs yet, brunch is as good a time as any to dine on the smokey whites covered in chives and paprika.
A “best Charlotte brunch list” wouldn’t be complete without the addition of Fahrenheit. Located in the heart of uptown and known for its breathtaking views of the city, this popular eatery earns its exceptional reviews from the mouthwatering food, including an extensive brunch menu. Chef Rocco Whalen puts a twist on the classic southern fare with items such as bacon s’more waffles and fried chicken benedict.
Rap lyrics and gourmet meals may be a strange combo but it is one that has earned the little Spoon a seat as Charlotte’s premier brunch restaurant. The menu ranges from sweet items, such as the Cinnamon toast brulee, to dishes with flare in the form of steak and eggs.
Enjoy the days fresh catch at Upstream, Charlotte’s premier sushi and seafood restaurant with a knack for brunching. An unlimited brunch menu offers tasting portions of some of the restaurants famed dishes ,such as vegetarian maki and cucumber kimchi, on one side, with options like walnut pumpkin pancakes and curried deviled eggs on the ‘brunchier’ side.
Served every day until four, the hearty brunch menu at Stoke caters to the late sleeper in everyone. The upscale comfort food cuisine offers various dishes from shrimp and grits to stuffed french toast.
A change from the typical brunch menu, this farm to table restaurant is 100% plant based and has gained local attention, being awarded the title of best vegetarian restaurant in the Charlotte area. For someone looking for a lighter healthier brunch, Fern is an obligatory stop.
This South End newcomer has something for everyone, and now they’re serving brunch too. The California native made its way to Charlotte this summer so you can sip seasonal sangria and eat your avocado toast from the patio while watching the bustle of the city around you.
Tradition and hospitality are served along with an appetizing brunch at the Asbury, named one of the best food hotels in the country by Food Network. The critically acclaimed menu offers familiar fare in the form of sweet biscuits and fluffy waffles with seasonal specials.