Round up the squad, it’s brunch time! If you’re anything like us you live for a Sunday Funday and what kicks off the day better than brunch?! Throw on your cutest Insta-worthy fit and get ready to down mimosas. These Triangle brunch spots offer the most when it comes to weekend brunch. Here are our favorite places to grab brunch in the Triangle!
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Brunch with a view? Say less. Wye Hill serves up craft beer and cocktails, delicious menu items, and amazing views of Raleigh. What more could you want? We’re currently obsessed with the shakshuka and french toast. There are tons of options for both sweet and savory brunch lovers. And if you’re looking to make your brunch a little more boujee, you HAVE to order the mimosa flight!
Feeling French? Check out Coquette Brasserie in North Hills for everything français! Stick to tradition and savor a croque monsiuer or croque madame paired perfectly with a mimosa. For something on the sweet side, try the croissant french toast, which is absolutely to die for. Coquette’s brunch menu has something for everyone to enjoy. Plus the resto feels like you stepped into a chic bistro on the Champs-Élysées! Bon appétit!
Head to the warehouse district for a good ole Southern breakfast. Start your meal off with the jalapeño and bacon deviled eggs for the table and then get ready for the entrees. A must try at Parkside is the fried chicken biscuit bowl! Parkside is our go to when it comes to comfort brunch. And you can’t forget to order a mimosa!
We’ve got the spot for anyone who loves a good cocktail with their brunch. With an extensive whiskey list and top notch cocktail list, Whiskey Kitchen is perfect for when you want to flex on your drink knowledge. Our fave brunch dishes? The bread and butter BLT and the hakuna fritata—partly because of the name, but mostly because it’s delicious. We def recommend reserving a spot on their patio under the shade of the umbrella for the best of both worlds.
With a focus on fresh, local ingredients it’s no wonder Humble Pie has a delicious brunch! We recommend the biscuits and Neese’s hot sausage gravy or the breakfast tacos! And no brunch at Humble Pie is complete without the crispy fingerlings. Make a reservation to sit out on their patio and take advantage of the cooler summer mornings.