Craving something savory, sweet or both? Your savory side will be content after downing eggs, bacon and brisket. Then satisfy that sweet tooth with peanut butter, banana and bacon French toast or the famous s’mores pancakes.
“It’s the dish you bring out, and everyone’s like, ‘Oh, I want that,’” Campbell says.
The menu features a growing number of vegan options, which the restaurant has gradually added since opening in 2017. The vegan benedict with tempeh bacon over tofu, spinach, red cabbage, tomatoes, sourdough and vegan hollandaise is a favorite. So is the vegan skillet, a loaded cast iron with tofu scramble, mushrooms, kale, potatoes and vegan cheese.
Other best-sellers, such as the breakfast burrito, can be made to accommodate a vegan diet.
“I’m vegan, and I’m inspired by what I would eat and my recipes,” Campbell says. “I want biscuits and gravy like everybody else. There’s something for everyone.”
Halcyon, 2900 Greenville Ave.
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