The opportunity for a relaxing brunch only comes around once a week, and that’s if you’re lucky. When you do get the chance to dine on a sunny patio, mimosas in hand and laughing friends by your side, how do you choose among all decadent menu options? Take the guesswork out of where to go with our guide to signature brunch dishes around the state.
Here’s what you won’t find at Asheville’s Plant restaurant: meat, dairy, or eggs. What will you find? A creative menu unlike any you’ve seen — or tasted.
You saw our winter list of farm-to-table restaurants. This spring, check out these seven restaurants with offerings as fresh as the flowers outside your door and stay tuned for our summer list.
Trade the auditorium chair for a seat at the table: The North Carolina Symphony’s Soundbites at the Pub series brings together good food, beautiful music, and new friends.
A sandwich of backyard ingredients represents the heritage and homeland of a North Carolina Tribe.
In grits, on white bread, or scrambled with eggs, this Cleveland County staple is much more than “Southern weird.”
Next stop on the North Carolina International Tour of Sandwiches: France.
Next stop on the North Carolina International Tour of Sandwiches: The Middle East.
Next stop on the North Carolina International Tour of Sandwiches: Vietnam.