As a young, vibrant city, people know how to brunch in Charlotte. Whittling down the list of the best brunch spots in the city was a hard feat to accomplish, with so many delicious options to choose from. The top five has a little bit for everyone whether you prefer savory or sweet the Queen City always delivers.
If farm-to-table is your thing.
This is one of the most recommended brunch spots in CLT. With a menu centered around local, seasonal foods, how could it not be?! You will want to start out with the donuts, and you can’t go wrong with anything on the menu. Sandwiches, tacos, porridge, hash . . . the possibilities are endless. If the restaurant wasn’t cool enough, it just underwent a renovation combining with its Mexican dinner counterpart, Comida.
Sunflour Baking Company
For a coffee shop vibe.
Sunflour crushes the city’s pastry competition without a doubt. From flaky pastries to eight different breakfast sandwiches, you’ll keep coming back for more. With locations sprinkled throughout the city, it’s always convenient to swing by.
Made from scratch, Southern flair.
If you’re looking for a sound mix of breakfast and lunch options, Tupelo Honey has just that! A perfectly Southern menu made up of fresh salads and sandwiches, sweet and savory breakfast entrees, and refreshing signature cocktails. There’s something for everyone.
For the beer lovers.
Legion recently started offering brunch on weekends. While their menu may be small, their beer list is anything but! You’re going to want to try their beermosa made with Carolina Sparkle Party and orange juice to get your weekend started.
The People’s Market
Calling all breakfast sandwich lovers.
Breakfast is served all day, and the menu has a bunch of breakfast sandwiches, along with French toast and eggs. They also have a traditional coffee and tea beverages with house-made syrups and sauces for added flavor. While you’re there, pick up some locally made goods from the market featuring Pasta Provisions, Two Scoops Creamery, Charlotte Coffee Company, and more.
Written by : Emily Holdorf