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Top brunch spots

Can't decide between breakfast and lunch? We've got three eateries you should definitely check out.

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Iris, @ the North Carolina Museum of Art: A hidden gem located in the newly constructed wing of the NCMA. The service, modern ambiance and menu are all simply amazing. The crab cake benedict is to die for!
Poole’s Diner: Famed chef Ashley Christensen never disappoints. Poole’s delivers one of the most wonderful brunch experiences in the Triangle. By sourcing only fresh, local ingredients Ashely and company are constantly changing the menu to keep your taste buds on edge. Get there early and trust us when we say it’s worth the wait.
Capital Club 16: With entrees like Salmon Norwegian Benedict and French Toast topped with Gentleman Jack maple syrup it’s no wonder Capital Club 16 has created a cult-like following. Executive Chef Jake Wolf has compiled a can’t-go-wrong brunch menu complimented by a cocktail list typically reserved for New York-style speakeasies. Is it noon yet?


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