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Bring on the Weekend with Boozy Brunches

***The below is written by guest blogger Sam Nadolski***

Atlanta’s amazing food scene becomes even more intriguing when the week turns to the weekend. Why is that? Well, us folk in Atlanta are a big fan of this thing we like to call “boozy brunch.” This weekly event is a weekend long sprint of having delicious breakfast foods paired with specialty crafted cocktails, bottomless mimosas and all the Bloody Marys that one could ask for. Check out a few of the delicious boozy brunch spots that Atlanta has to offer below.

Ladybird Grove & Mess Hall (Old Fourth Ward)

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There are so many things to love about Ladybird’s boozy brunch that I honestly don’t know where to start. From their avocado toast to their Nashville hot chicken biscuit paired with mac and cheese (pictured here), the only way to make the brunch better is by enjoying their Bloody Mary, a seasonal spritzer or their Redneck Mimosa (a Miller High Life topped with fresh squeezed OJ). I love that you can access Ladybird via the Atlanta Beltline – making it an ideal spot to people watch while you participate in boozy brunch on Saturdays and Sundays.

Big Sky Buckhead (Buckhead)

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Perhaps more known for its night scene, this Buckhead location turns into a killer boozy brunch spot once 12:30pm rolls around on a Sunday. While Big Sky Buckhead has the mimosas flowing, brunch goers are often found enjoying live music and trying out various brunch dishes like the Chicken Biscuit Sandwich (pictured here), Tres Leches French Toast with mixed berries, Spicy Shrimp and Grits or the Breakfast Burrito.

BeetleCat (Inman Park)

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Each Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., brunch goers can explore BeetleCat’s tasty brunch menu in the heart of Inman Park. Be warned, however – this isn’t your typical boozy brunch. Instead, Ford Fry takes you on a savory and innovative journey through his use of donuts as the staple of this brunch menu. From a donut used to sandwich fried chicken and a fried egg to a donut with pork floss, salted caramel and maple glaze on it, there is a donut for everyone to enjoy!

SmokeBelly BBQ (Buckhead)

 

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During SmokeBelly BBQ’s boozy brunch, traditional dishes like eggs benedict are offered, but they also have some other awesome dishes like these sweet potato pancakes which can be found under a mountain of bacon. Any of the dishes from this Buckhead BBQ staple are wonderfully paired with a pit stop to their Tito’s Bloody Mary Bar or with a mimosa.

Where’s your favorite spot to go for a boozy brunch in Atlanta? Let us know on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram!

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