Summer is coming to an end, but there is still time to enjoy one Charlotte’s best brunch spots with friends or family. Charlotte is a hub for delicious dining and features some of the best brunch. There is no shortage of outdoor brunch restaurants in Charlotte and all of them create an atmosphere that provides an elevated dining experience. These outdoor brunch spots are a must-try before the cold weather hits.
Nuvole Rooftop TwentyTwo
Dine for brunch 22 stories up. Nuvole Rooftop is a modern restaurant located in Uptown above the AC Hotel & Residence Inn Charlotte City Center. Nuvole features Sunday brunch with a breathtaking view of Charlotte. From avocado toast to shrimp and grits, this brunch place has savory dishes that will satisfy anyone.
Easy Like Sunday
Easy Like Sunday is an all day brunch spot opened Wednesday through Sunday from 9 AM to 3 PM. With a beautiful outdoor dining option, Easy Like Sunday has all the requirements for a nice summer brunch. Located in Parktown Village, Easy Like Sunday is a brunch lover’s dream.
The Suffolk Punch
Open Saturday and Sunday until 3PM, The Suffolk Punch serves classic brunch with a large outside dining area. Enjoy a craft beer with brunch here as The Suffolk Punch is also a brewery, it is the best of both worlds. Located on the light rail, this brunch spot is perfect for a relaxing afternoon outside with friends or family.
Located in NoDa, Haberdish is a southern inspired kitchen that serves brunch every Saturday and Sunday until 3pm. The outside is rustic and a great spot to enjoy a traditional southern-style brunch. Stop by soon to try homemade cinnamon rolls, biscuits and gravy, egg sandwiches and more.
ROOTS Cafe serves all day brunch with a cute outdoor space that creates the perfect dining experience. Located in South End, ROOTS Cafe is a great spot to get some work done, meet with friends, or grab a quick bite.
Tupelo Honey is open 7 days a week ready to serve you scratch-made brunch. Serving southern favorites such as biscuits, fried green tomatoes, and chicken and waffles, there is something for everyone to try. With a quaint outdoor dining space, Tupelo Honey is a must try for a feel good southern brunch.
words by Carrie Davis