Not that you needed another excuse to make brunch plans, but Charlotte (and much of North Carolina) passing the Brunch Bill, makes brunch that much more enticing. Check out our roundup of the best places to get your bacon and Bloody Mary fix in the booming South End neighborhood.
A restaurant that offers wonderful southern food and charm? Why that's sweeter than honey! Try a brunch cocktail that pretty much packs a meal in a cup.
ROOTs Café brings it all—breakfast, brunch. lunch and dinner, grab-n-go options, coffee, draft beer, wine by the glass and bottle, all in a comfortable setting that'll make you want to settle in stay awhile.
On the edge of Dilworth and South End sits 300 East, a restaurant disguised as a beautiful historic home. Go for Sunday brunch and you'll find delights like breakfast pizzas topped with fried eggs and potent drinks served up in pitchers.
If you need to hit reset, Charlotte's vegan and vegetarian mecca features an eclectic variety of juices, raw meals and seasonal dishes that'll have you glowing again in no time.
If you're in the mood for low frills gastropub fare, The Liberty is your spot. Situated in South End, The Liberty will be a go-to for pub fare like poutine, burgers loaded with extras and a brew.
Midnight Diner serves up comfort food 24/7. Serving a menu of classics ranging from Challah bread French toast to meaty spaghetti to award-winning fried chicken, you'll always leave happy.
Owen's is a must—they're churning out steamed bagel sandwiches and changing lives on the daily. If you're hungry, hangry or hungover, head to Owen's to cure your hunger woes with killer combos.
Pike's Old Fashioned Soda Shop offers unlimited brunch for $13.95. Seriously. Benedicts, biscuits, omelettes, casseroles, cakes, milkshakes. A food coma is unavoidable.
The Brunch Bill passed and Sycamore celebrated with a massive Sunday Boozy Brunch complete with Mimosas, Beer-mosas and Prosecco-Pops all served up at 10am paired with eats from Tin Kitchen. Fingers crossed they keep this up!
Go for savory or go for sweet, you really can't go wrong when you're talking crepes!