Six Raleigh Nosh Spots for Your Breakfast Meetings

 Six top-notch spots for a morning meeting

The antidote to an early-morning business meeting? Breakfast, naturally. After all, it’s the most important meal of the day—brunch is reserved for weekends!—so why not double down on productivity and add a meeting to your weekday wake-up menu. Dubbed by some as “power breakfast,” morning meals are now being leveraged by business professionals for meaningful corporate convos in a more casual setting (read: in a restaurant over a cuppa and a side of bacon!). Here, six savvy spots for a post-sunrise sit-down.

A Place at the Table
Tuck into feel-good food with a purpose via a BYO breakfast platter or sandwich (NTM rotating selections of pastries for those with a sweet tooth) at this delectable do-good DTR pay-what-you-can cafe. After all, good business favors the benevolent. 

Big Ed’s Restaurant
Make big biz moves at Big Ed’s City Market spot over breakfast fare served all day long (best enjoyed before noon though). We’ll have an order of networking: over easy. 

Plates Neighborhood Kitchen
All the professionals can be found at Plates—most likely munching on French toast, a sweet potato hash bowl, or Greek yogurt and granola. Pair it with your coffee of choice from the resto’s on-site coffee trailer out on the patio or opt for an indoor atmosphere (dealer’s choice!) for a mega delish meeting. 

Mecca Restaurant
A, ahem, mecca for breakfast meetings, the long-standing DTR dining haven (as recently tested by RM’s publisher and editor-in-chief!) is a great place to toast to business beginnings with a breakfast sammie, pancakes or an omelet. Pro tip: the grits are 10/10. 

Pam’s Farmhouse
Well done! Connect with a colleague at Western Boulevard’s ~30-year-old diner serving up satisfying Southern comfort classics—think hotcakes, biscuits, country breakfasts, etc.—for family-oriented cooking and professional collaboration. 

State Farmers Market Restaurant
There’s no better spot for a business breakfast than this beloved NC fare-focused restaurant evoking comfort in both cuisine and atmosphere. “Y’all come!” … And bring your coworkers!

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Angela Brown
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