At lunch time, make do with the rest of America and head off to brunch at your new or neighbourhood restaurant in Atlanta. The capital of Georgia is packed with people and so many excellently-reviewed places to eat brunch that you’re sure to find a place to eat in that serves great brunch food and the perfect atmosphere. The food options range in style, and brunch hours stretch from any day of the week, until Sunday to Monday, giving you and your girlfriends more time to enjoy dining, appreciate the surroundings
4199 Paces Ferry Rd SE, Atlanta, GA 30339
This brunch restaurant had been awarded so many times over the years, and not just over its food; it’s been titled the most romantic and among the top 20 classic restaurants in Atlanta. Considered a “must-try,” Canoe’s wide menu offers traditional brunches on Sundays from 10:30am to 2:30 pm like egg-and-bacon, to cornmeal blueberry pancakes and duck and beef burger served with truffle fries with a beautiful view of the river that meanders the waterfront outside.
- West Egg Cafe
1100 Howell Mill Rd, Atlanta, GA 30318
Construed as the best breakfast joint in Atlanta and Georgia, West Egg Cafe serves brunch and other meals in an energetic environment, nestled in Atlanta’s westside. Brunches last until 5 in the afternoon on Saturdays and Sundays, offering Southern comfort dishes apple and pork sausage benedict, banana bread French toast, and steak and eggs, along with a variety of sandwiches.
- Bread and Butterfly
290 Elizabeth St NE F, Atlanta, GA 30307
Sunday brunch at Bread and Butterfly feels like a sunny weekend cafe in Europe partnered with French-channeling food options and an “attractive bistro vibe.” Try their omelette de Jour, fromage, frisee salad, and burger Americaine at brunch running Saturdays and Sundays from 10:30am to 3pm. They’re new, coming from the crew behind Decatur’s amazing Cakes & Ale.
541 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30312
Staplehouse, a recent addition to Atlanta’s restaurants, introduced their brunch which like the rest on their dinner menu, changes seasonally, monthly, and weekly depending on available ingredients and “the mood of their kitchen.” Despite their new-ness, they’re being considered for the “food Oscar’s” James Beard award. Brunches are served from 12 noon to 4pm. You can watch their chef Ryan Smith whip up your orders from the comfort of the dining area.
- Folk Art Restaurant
465 North Highland Avenue Northeast, Atlanta, GA 30307
One review writes: “Without a doubt – the best waffle I’ve had in Atlanta. Since it’s from the amazing Wisteria team, it’s no surprise that this brunch spot is incredible.” Try a dish of grits topped with shrimp and fried eggs, waffles and pancakes, burgers and sandwiches, and drinking straight from Mason jars in this hip retro spot that serves “delicious” brunches in an artistic space.
While waiting for your delectable meal in Atlanta, remember that brunch is the perfect time to catch up with your family and girlfriends and taste some of Georgia’s finest versions of Southern comfort and New American cuisine.
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