Restaurant news: New brunch spot opens
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Wednesday, Sep. 07, 2011

Restaurant news: New brunch spot opens

Get ready for football season with tailgate special

Brigs now open

One of the Triangle area's best brunch spots has opened in Ballantyne's Toringdon Market. A recipient of Cary's 2011 Best of Cary award, Brigs is known for breakfast. Each week a new omelet is featured, and a new Benedict is offered every month. Frequently, new pancake, salad or sandwich options are highlighted. Look for weekday breakfast specials here from 7-11a.m. (holidays excluded) for $5.99. Choices include griddle combos, Belgian waffles and more. Not in the mood for breakfast? A full line up of burgers, such as the avocado cheeseburger, salads and sandwiches are on the menu. A "Kidstuff" menu is available and includes breakfast and lunch items; kids receive a free drink when they dine in. Check out the website for monthly specials.

Brigs

12239 N. Community House Road

704-544-0074

www.brigs.com

Terrace Café

Ballantyne Village is now home to Terrace Cafe's second Charlotte location. Winner of Charlotte Magazine's "Best All-Day Eats" title for 2011, Terrace offers breakfast, lunch and dinner. Best sellers from their breakfast menu include red velvet waffles, s'mores French toast and plenty of omelets. For lunch, diners can choose from a variety of salads and sandwiches such as their mighty corn beef. There is much to choose from for dinner here: terrace fried chicken, oven roasted salmon and more. Check their Facebook page to see announcements regarding soups, quiches and daily specials.

Terrace Café

14815 Ballantyne Village Way

704-369-5190

www.terracecafecharlotte.com

Park Place Restaurant

From 6-11a.m., Monday through Friday, Park Place is serving a breakfast deal for $3.95: two eggs, bacon or sausage, grits or home fries and toast or a biscuit. Located across the street from Carolinas Medical Center-Pineville, Park Place serves breakfast all day and offers lunch specials beginning at $5.95. Check their menu for dinner deals, too, beginning at $6. Mondays and Tuesdays kids eat free with each adult purchase.

Park Place Restaurant

10517 Park Road

704-295-1588

Sauceman's

Now open on Sundays for football season, Sauceman's is selling to-go tailgate packages. For $32.99 you can pick up two pounds of chopped or course-chopped pork, six buns, one quart of red or white slaw, one quart of beans, barbecue sauce, a side of your choice and a gallon of sweet tea. Call the restaurant ahead to place your order.

Sauceman's

228 West Blvd.

704-333-7070

www.saucemans.com

Cooking Uptown

Holly Herrick, cookbook author and Cordon Bleu graduate from Charleston, will be signing copies of her latest book at an evening cocktail reception on Oct. 13. Registration fee of $10 will be applied to your book or merchandise purchase. Holly's book, "Tart Love: Sassy, Savory and Sweet," will be released on Oct. 1 and will be available for $24.99. Call the store for details; events frequently sell out so make sure to register early.

Cooking Uptown

1707 E. Seventh St.

704-333-7300

www.cookinguptown.com

Jenny Brantley is a freelance writer for South Charlotte News. Have restaurant news or a story idea for Jenny? Email her at brntlyjnny@yahoo.com.

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