Charlotte Restaurants

You Gotta Try the Breakfast Burger for Brunch at Oak Steakhouse

Let’s face it: there is SO MUCH BRUNCH in this city, and I’ll never try it all.

(Mostly because my lazy butt typically prefers a quick/cheap bagel from Poppy’s on weekend mornings instead.)

But I’m SO glad I’ve experienced brunch at Oak Steakhouse because it’s ah-maz-ing.

banana bread
Banana Chocolate Chip Bread w/honey butter

It took me about .5 seconds to know I wanted to order the Breakfast Burger, but I still admired the rest of the menu. With steaks priced $41+ for dinner, I assumed brunch would cost more than I was used to. So, I was pleasantly surprised to see very affordable options on the menu.

brunch table

Oak also offers a few brunch cocktails, including a Bloody Mary and Pimm’s Cup. My boyfriend had a French press of Pure Intentions coffee while I sipped on the Irish version.

mac cheese
Pork Belly Mac & Cheese

He had the Biscuit and Gravy Plate (buttermilk biscuit, bacon, eggs your way, pepper gravy, and breakfast potatoes) while I tackled the Breakfast Burger (blend of CAB NY strip, filet mignon, and brisket, topped with grilled onion, white cheddar, bacon, and a sunny side up egg on a brioche bun). THIS THING IS INCREDIBLE. And it’s served with addictive truffle frites that you won’t be able to stop eating, even when you’re full of burger.

burger 2
There she is.

burger 1

Although we were STUFFED, we had to check out Oak’s incredible Creme Brûlée Cheesecake. It had a perfect sugar crust on top, and I very much wish I was eating it again right now.


Soooo have you made your reservation yet?

This post was created after a complimentary meal from Oak Steakhouse. All opinions are my own.


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