Brunch in Cabarrus County, NC

October 3, 2018

Wrap up the weekend in a delicious way with brunch in Cabarrus County! This special Sunday meal is always a good idea, and these local restaurants are serving up some seriously satisfying meals.

73 & Main

Open for lunch on the weekends and daily for dinner, 73 & Main also offers an impressive spread for brunch on Sundays. Reserve a table and start your day with pastries, southern breakfast favorites, salad, hearty entrees, a Bloody Mary that serves as an appetizer, mimosa flights with 11 flavors of house made juices to choose from, dessert and more!

 

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Famous Toastery

Toast to the best meal of the day at this brunch destination, open daily from 7am to 3pm. Instead of buffet-style, diners choose exactly what they’re in the mood for from the “Good Morning” and “Good Afternoon” sides of the made-from-scratch menu. No matter what day of the week, Famous Toastery’s wide variety of both breakfast and lunch favorites will get you and your crew fueled up for fun.

 

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Maple Street Biscuit Company

Brunch is hard to resist, especially when the menu is made up of dishes like The Squawking Goat. Featured on the Food Network, this biscuit is stacked with fried chicken, fried goat cheese and pepper jelly. Other tasty toppers include sausage or shiitake gravies, and house-made jams and jellies along with waffles, salads and more. Wash it all down with some fresh-squeezed OJ or a Maple Vanilla Bean Latte.

 

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Vortex Bottle Shop

In Harrisburg, Vortex Bottle Shop owner and longtime homebrewer, Matt Widerman provides a tasty pit stop for brunch with Head Chef, Stephen Armstrong keeping it creative in the kitchen. Try an open face biscuit or snack on the Vortex Cutting Board for a delectable selection that pairs perfectly with one of the 250+ beers or 100 wines kept in stock.

 

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What’s your favorite spot for brunch in Cabarrus County? Browse all of the Places to Eat in Cabarrus County, and start planning your trip today with the Cabarrus County, NC Destination & Motorsports Guide.

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