5 best brunch buffets in Charlotte

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Charlotteans are no strangers to brunching. We take our endless mimosas, outdoor patios, and eggs benedict seriously. But for some of us, ordering just one brunch dish isn’t nearly enough. We need endless options of waffles, fruit, pastries, omelets, and more. Take your Sunday brunch to the next level with these 5 amazing buffets.

(1) Bistro La Bon

  • $20 per person, 10am-2:30pm
  • Takes reservations
  • Cool points: Made-to-order chocolate waffles, brioche French toast, eggs, and bacon are included in the buffet price
  • On the buffet: House-made pastries & breads, house-cured salmon, house-made mozzarella stuffed with tomato & basil, asiago cheese grits, fresh salads & fruits, and seasonal roasted vegetables


(2) Mimosa Grill

  • $23.95 per person, 11am-2:30pm
  • Takes reservations, validated parking
  • Cool points: HUGE buffet with carving station, you’ll see lots of fancy church hats
  • On the buffet: House smoked salmon with capers and traditional garnishes, artisan cheese boards from America’s best cheese makers, low country shrimp and grits with tasso gravy and smoked tomatoes, traditional southern eggs benedict + walnut crusted French toast with macerated berries & Virginia maple syrup, Frittata of the Day with seasonal & inspired vegetables, cast iron seasonal cobbler with scratch streusel topping, and Mimosa’s own chocolate covered strawberries.

#Brunch #MimosaGrill

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(3) Heist Brewery

  • $19.00 per person, 10am-2pm
  • Reservations for parties of 6 or more. The wait can sometimes be very long for a table so get here early.
  • Cool points: Very unique menu, waffle station (the line is worth it)
  • On the buffet: seasoned stuffed pepper, gravy and biscuits, caramelized pineapple, endless awful waffles with brown sugar and bourbon caramelized peaches. (Buffet also includes 1 extra item from the a la carte menu, which changes weekly)


(4) Pike’s Soda Shop

  • $13.95 per person, 8am-2pm
  • Reservations for parties of 10 or more
  • Cool points: Outdoor seating, homemade milkshakes, walking distance from the Light Rail
  • On the buffet: Carving station, grits, biscuits and gravy, Waldorf salad, homemade lasagna, roast beef, blueberry French toast, eggs benedict, broccoli casserole, sausage and bacon, red velvet cake, and brownies

(5) Nan & Byron’s

  • $21 per person, (Includes choice of one beverage: Bloody Mary, mimosa, soft drink, juice, or bottomless coffee/tea), 10am-3pm
  • Takes reservations
  • Cool points: Outdoor seating, walking distance from the Light Rail
  • On Buffet: Chilled shellfish platter, devilled eggs, sliced smoke salmon with arugula, capers, cream cheese and bagels, assorted breads muffins and scones, Southern style biscuits and saw mill gravy, home fries, Cavatappi pasta salad, bacon and sausage, and weekly special additions. (You can also add an omelet for $3-5.)

Brunch Buffet! #Mimosa #Charlotte #cltfood #charlottefood #clteats #Champagne

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