Here’s a few spots you can find a good vegan breakfast or brunch in the Queen City.
This totally vegetarian restaurant has some of the best brunch options in Charlotte. It’s menu is on point as far as being vegan friendly and delicious. Essentially everything can be made vegan on their latest brunch menu.
VeganCLT recommends: Chicken and Waffles and Cinnamon Rolls.
They’ve got your classics made vegan with waffles, biscuits and gravy, or the BBQ and grits bowl.
VeganCLT recommends: The Herc Bowl features BBQ soy curls, home fries, spicy mayo with steamed kale and a biscuit.
Serving coffee and waffles in NoDa with a large patio space, Oh My Soul is a top choice for vegan brunch.
With half the ownership being vegan, you can be sure that they will continue to offer solid vegan options. This is the Uptown home for Nightflyer Roastworks who roast in-house and vegan-friendly vegan breakfast and lunch options. They also have a pastry case with several vegan options.
Located in Plaza Midwood, the menu clearly lists the vegan options featuring a chia bowl, avocado toast, and two salad bowls.
Pretty much any time of day, there will be something for vegans at Common Market. Typically have a vegan brunch special on Sunday, but serve The Scrambler (tofu, red onion, vegenaise, spinach, vegan cheese and optional vegan chorizo) daily.
The best coffee shop in Charlotte because they always have vegan zucchini bread that is fantastic. Many times you can find vegan treats from Move That Dough Baking Co. as well.
If you need a dependable stop to find a cheap, delicious glazed doughnut in the Park Road Shopping Center.
Consistently offering doughnuts at People’s Market and Central Coffee locations on the weekends.
They offer a vegan breakfast with either vegan chicken or chorizo, gf waffle, grilled tomato, hash browns for $14.
The menu does mark the few vegan options they have such as the Tofu Florentine Scramble and the Namastay Bowl.
Offer both a menu-specified Vegan Tofu Scramble and Vegan BBQ Burrito. A few other items are likely vegan if they leave off the cheese, but the burrito sounds like a solid option.