Let’s Do Brunch Atlanta

It’s the weekend so that means it’s time to do brunch. Atlanta is home to some of the best dining options in the U.S. and with so many great restaurants you are guaranteed to have a great brunch experience just about anywhere you go. With that said, we’ve done our fair share of brunch in the city and we wanted to share with you some of our favorites. Check these out the next time your tummy is asking for some brunch.

Alon’s Bakery & Market
This Atlanta bakery serves up scratch-made favorites with a European twist. If you go to Alon’s, you want to customize your own breakfast sandwich, which is served on a fresh-baked, buttery croissant. If you aren’t in the mood for a sandwich grab a homemade pastry like an apple Danish, flaky dough with a tart apple filling and topped with almond slices; or choose from a variety of bagels – all freshly prepared each morning. Don’t forget to stop by the espresso bar for a hot beverage to fuel your day or your workout that will happen an hour later.

Huevos Benedicto. Photo cred Woodie Williams.

Eclipse di Luna
Head to Eclipse di Luna in Buckhead for brunch every Sunday to indulge in huevos benedicto, churrasco de carne, croquetas de cereal. For the outside the perimeter (OTP) diners, venture to the Dunwoody location to enjoy huevo benedicto con salmon ahumado, pan frances, and tacos de huevo con chorizo. Both locations serve up bottomless mimosas and sangria beginning at 12:30 p.m., as well as half-off bottles of wine.

Southern Art
Enjoy some southern classics at Southern Art and Bourbon Bar. Pamper yourself for Sunday brunch with dishes like Southern Art buttermilk pancakes, Georgia shrimp and grits and crab cake benedict, while sipping on specially crafted cocktails and libations.

Oak Country Fried Steak

Oak Steakhouse
Oak Steakhouse is spicing up Atlanta’s Sunday brunch scene. Feast on mouth-watering offerings such as the country fried steak with CAB short rib, two eggs, sausage gravy and home fries. If you aren’t a fan of eggs (like Him) order the shrimp and jalapeño grits with sautéed gulf shrimp, smoked bacon, jalapeno, tomatoes, onion, chives and Anson Mills grits. Everyone wishes brunch was an all-day affair. For the more traditional diner, Oak is home to flawless interpretations of mainstay brunch favorites, including grilled steak & eggs, eggs benedict and the Oak burger. Every steak is cooked to perfection, so tender and juicy that you’ll be coming back every Sunday for more.

Taverna Pizzeria & Risotteria
Taverna Pizzeria & Risotteria in The Shops Buckhead Atlanta offers plenty of breakfast plates to choose from every Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., including a chorizo omelet with manchego cheese; Taverna hash layered with brisket, peppers, onions, roasted potatoes, poached eggs and hollandaise sauce; and vanilla French toast topped with mascarpone and fresh fruit. Classic mimosas are just $2 each. This is not a drill, mimosas are only 2 bucks. Get there now!

Tupelo Honey
Tupelo Honey in Sandy Springs is our next fave. On Saturday and Sunday, enjoy a selection mouthwatering Southern dishes including fried chicken and biscuits and Southern shakshuka with two baked eggs, goat cheese grits, avocado and creole sauce.

Hop’s Chicken Biscuit

Hop’s Chicken
Ok so this one really isn’t brunch, but that fine. Hop’s Chicken’s fried chicken biscuits and all their fixings are served up fresh from 8 a.m. until close. Stacked on a fluffy, from-scratch buttermilk biscuit, the all-natural Georgia chicken comes traditional Southern fried – a perfected recipe by chef Linton Hopkins following extensive testing – and can be customized with a number of sauces or made Nashville-hot style. Go sweet with honey or enjoy Aunt Julia’s BBQ, buttermilk ranch or house frim-fram sauce, among others. A perfect way to kick off your morning!
Enjoy your Sunday at  Watershed’s Sunday jazz brunch. Every Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Watershed is serving up a selection of brunch favorites with a twist from executive chef Zeb Stevenson like Her’s favorite bread pudding French toast and Hom’s favorite delicious crab cake sandwich. People who like adult beverages can wash it down with a “Bay Bloddy” with bay seasoned vodka, Ubon’s bloody Mary mix, and chef’s seasonal pickle.

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