There are some things that transcend Atlanta’s fabled brunch culture. Beyond the deviled eggs and the skillet scrambles, beyond the 45 minute waits to be seated when all you want is something to much on the go, is something much simpler: bagels.
You know a place is good when there’s a line out the door, and since Emerald City Bagels opened, there’s been a line every morning patiently awaiting a delicious bagel or bagel sandwich.
After a long week of work, keeping your house in order and trying to maintain your sanity, you’ve earned a trip to Scream’n Nuts.
A little cafe in College Park that is changing the way people think of this sleepy town.
With decor that’s reminiscent of the classic dining rooms of the 1920s, all that’s missing to make the place feel like burlesque Paris is a stage and Josephine Baker.
Five minutes from the Beltline, skip the bacon, eggs and biscuit brunch places and grab a LottaFrutta.
A true neighborhood gem in Decatur with craft cocktails and small plates.
Whether you’re brunching or lunching, dinner-ing or dessert-ing, Murphy’s does it all. And they do it all right.
If Willie Wonka made doughnuts, these are the doughnuts he’d make.
With a diverse and made-from-scratch menu serving breakfast until closing, Thumbs Up Diner is a neighborhood gem.
At No. 246 almost everything else is sourced locally, from the Georgia white shrimp to the Sweetgrass Dairy goat cheese and north Georgia trout.
800 beers (and not one of them is a Budweiser). Gourmet pub grub (like, actually really gourmet)
Epicurean enthusiasts Todd Mussman and Ryan Turner only wanted one thing: to build the restaurant they would want to eat at. Turns out what they had in mind was just what Smyrna was craving, too.
With locally sourced, farm-fresh ingredients and a menu inspired by grandma’s cooking, this “casually-sophisticated” country kitchen in Marietta will have you coming back for seconds…and thirds.
Fast casual Black Walnut Cafe is making waves with its debut to to metro Atlanta.
With locations in Virginia-Highland, and in a historic neighborhood in downtown Canton, Goin’ Coastal hauls in influences from all over the world for its menu.
Highland Bakery, with locations on the corner of Sampson and Highland in the Old Fourth Ward, and on the corner of 14th and Peachtree, is one of Atlanta’s favorite brunch spots.
The vibe at Barcelona is modern, it’s fast, it’s hip without being trendy, and it’s classic without making you feel like you’re in the dining car on the Orient Express.
Haven Restaurant on Dresden Drive is the benchmark of great dining in the neighborhood, with a spectacular dinner menu, and a to-die-for brunch on weekends.
Gastro Italiano right next to the Mall of Georgia. And yeah, this is the place to get a Krispy Kreme burger, what’s not to love about that?