Terrace Café was a Charlotte Magazine BOB Winner in 2011 and 2012, so we were proud to hear that we made the list again in 2015! Here’s what Charlotte Magazine has to say about Terrace Café:
The good news is that you don’t have to wait until Sunday for the city’s best brunch. The better news? You can find it in two locations. Until 2:30p.m. every day, both Terrace Cafe locations serve up decadent red velvet waffles, shrimp and grits, quiche, four kinds of French toast, and standard breakfast fare such as oatmeal and omelets. A full lunch menu is added at 11a.m. except on Sundays, when it’s breakfast–only. With dishes like Banana Pecan French Toast, with banana nut bread, toasted pecans and a rum-flavored maple sauce, you can’t go wrong.Read More >
Terrace Cafe’s Strawberry French Toast comes with a cream cheese drizzle and juicy strawberries on top; no syrup needed.
The smell of strawberries rises in powerful fashion, especially this time of year. On a Sunday morning at Terrace Café, anything else that’s been occupying your senses becomes muted: the wait for a seat; the young people talking about their hangovers from last night; the taste of the coffee you’ve sipped while waiting. When a plate of the café’s Strawberry French Toast lands in front of you, decorated with a cream cheese drizzle, the strawberries own your slice of the room, flooding you with the smell of breakfast, springtime, and the promise of good things ahead.Read More >
Terrace Café’s Bacon Bloody Mary is a smoky twist on this standby. The combination of a fruity and almost sweet tomato base along with the smooth hickory-smoke taste of bacon makes for an unusual—and delicious—Bloody Mary experience. With a little dash of heat from black pepper and a strip of bacon as a garnish: delicious.Read More >