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The owner did his research! This place is fantastic! Food is fresh, creative, with just the right size menu. Beer and wine selection available, but please try a coffee its the best I have had in Charlotte so far.
You order at the counter and they get the food to the table. We got the avocado toast and the bacon egg cheese on croissant. We did expect the avocado toast to be a bit bigger or more filling. I was still hungry by the end of it. The coffee is nice. They do have free refills on coffee.
I really enjoyed coming here last Saturday. Not so much for the food but for the atmosphere. It is a nice quaint little restaurant that does not feel like Charlotte. There are plants and cool accidents all over the restaurant. Saturdays and Sundays are brunch only so that is a little bit of a letdown. I got the chicken and biscuits which came with cornmeal biscuits and chicken thigh chicken. So keep that in mind when you order if youre partial to those selections. They have cold brew coffee on tap and the staff was very friendly. It is a small restaurant so city may be limited.
Probably the best pastrami sandwich I have ever had in the U.S. perfectly paired with the perfect wine and a side dish of sweet potatoes and beets cooked to perfection. Cannot recommend this place enough! Also check out their catering services and their very impressive menu selections!
Food is great but portions are on the small side if you are hungry. Good coffee too. Staff is not friendly, but they get the job done. Food is fresh which is rare around the Queen City.
I found ROOTS based off of google. I was looking for a new brunch restaurant to attend and decided to go here because of the reviews. The reviews were right... great food, great environment, solid menu and competitive pricing. I was very impressed by the hot honey biscuit. Would definitely recommend this item to anyone!
Quick, quality, and great everything all around. Friendly staff that went above and beyond to make our party of 6 happy. The dishes were delicious and aesthetically pleasing. The place was clean and well kept. Super cute and I will be back.
My husband and two friends went to Roots for the first time on Sunday for brunch. We were all very impressed. The space is comfy and cozy and the service is FAST. You order at the counter and seat yourself. I had the BELT and my husband had the special, which was shrimp and grits, and everything was fresh and delicious. I also had a peach sangria and an iced vanilla latte, both of which I really enjoyed. I'm glad we found a new brunch spot that isn't overrated or has a ridiculously long wait. Although it's a small space, there is plenty of seating (bar, tables, patio). It seems like a good place to hang out and work if you work from home like me. I'd like to give that a try soon.
This small cafe in South End Village is tucked away in the first floor of a new commercial development. It's compact and rustic, with a mix of 2 and 4--top and tables inside and a couple outside--not exactly great for large group meetings, but cozy for weekend brunch. The menu starts at $8 for breakfast sandwiches, and you'll probably end up spending more on sides if you want a full meal. You order at the counter and get a number. They refill drip coffee at the table.
I have gone to roots Caf twice and both times I thoroughly enjoyed my meal. All of the food options are healthy and the both times I have gone the food was very good.