Where to Enjoy the Best Brunch in Greensboro
Brunch is the most important meal of the weekend. There’s nothing like spending a Saturday or Sunday morning (or afternoon) enjoying your breakfast favorites. Here are the best spots to have brunch in Greensboro.
The Traveled Farmer
The Traveled Farmer is a cozy diner that uses regional ingredients to create globally-influenced food and drink to satisfy everyday cravings. Brunch is served on Saturday and Sunday mornings from 11am to 2pm, including a handful of brunch favorites and a build-your-own Bloody Mary bar. The mouthwatering Malted Buttermilk Pancake is the size of a pizza, so invite a friend or two to help polish it off!
If you’re looking for no-fuss southern comfort food, Carolina’s Diner is the perfect spot. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served all day, so whatever you’re craving you can have it! The atmosphere is friendly and retro and the food is homemade and delicious. The Fried Green Tomato Eggs Benedict is a standout menu item, served with hash browns and grits.
M’coul’s Public House
M’coul’s Public House is a Celtic watering hole that pours UK beers alongside Irish-American bar food. When the weather’s nice you can sit outside on the patio to enjoy your meal. Brunch is served between 11am and 3pm on Saturday and between 10am and 3pm on Sunday. On the menu are several of the usual suspects alongside Irish-inspired dishes like Breakfast Boxty (a traditional Irish potato pancake stuffed with scrambled eggs, veggies, and cheese.
Scrambled Southern Diner
Scrambled Southern Diner
Located in the heart of Greensboro’s historic neighborhood, Lindley Park, Scrambled Southern Diner is an eclectic restaurant serving hearty American dishes and regional draft beers. There’s outdoor seating that is popular with the brunch crowd. The food is inspired by Chef Blackburn’s grandmother’s home cooking in addition to his own adventurous spirit. On the weekend you can order from Benedict Row, featuring several interesting variations on the traditional brunch favorite. Don’t forget to grab a bloody mary or sparkling cocktail!
Mimi’s Cafe is a casual chain restaurant serving French and American eats in a rustic-inspired setting. The ambiance is reminiscent of New Orleans, cozy and friendly. The fresh-baked muffins are a must-try, and you can’t go wrong with a ham and cheese omelet. If one visit to Mimi’s for brunch just isn’t enough, rest easy knowing that breakfast is served all day, every day!
Liberty Oak Restaurant
If you’re looking for a brunch spot for Saturday, head downtown to Liberty Oak Restaurant. On the menu you can find special plates like the Liberty Breakfast (two eggs, bacon, and grits) as well as traditional favorites like Chicken and Waffles and French Toast. If you dine at Liberty Oak in spring or summer, sit out on the patio for a relaxing afternoon with friends.
There are so many choices for brunch in Greensboro, but there you have the best! Which spot if your favorite? We’re always looking for new places to try, so we’d love to hear your recommendations! We hope you’ll stop by and see us at Revolution Mill Apartments in Greensboro and take a tour of our luxury apartment homes! You can also request more information about our community, schedule a tour online or just give us a call at (844) 816-7095.
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