Do it for the gram! Make brunch more than a delicious combo of eggs and pancakes and bacon. Make it an experience to remember and document at these beautiful brunch spots around town that are totally instagrammable. Restaurants listed below in alphabetical order.
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1. Le Bon Nosh
New to the dining scene in ATL, Le Bon Nosh has truly made an impression on Atlanta diners with its glamorous interiors. The breakfast menu is small but filled with some wonderful items like shakshuka, chia seed pudding, overnight oat bowls, as well as house made pastries like croissants and muffins and scones. Be aware that Le Bon Nosh is closed on Sundays.
Step into a Paris bistro without leaving ATL. Right in the heart of Inman Park, Bread & butterfly has the pastries and croissants of your dreams in a light-filled, dreamy atmosphere with beautiful green tiles and elegant touches throughout. Sink your teeth into a heart croque madame or dig into a puff pastry topped tomato soup that’s a total showstopper.
349 Decatur St SE Unit A1, Atlanta, GA 30312
The soul rolls here are the truth! And the decor in this restaurant is so beautiful and so glam, with lush rich green velvet and gold glam details all throughout and artwork/portraits celebrating Black excellence. Be warned–the line out the door is ~insane~ on weekends at brunch time, so it may be better to visit on a weekday morning you have off from work or for dinner service and have breakfast for dinner.
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385 N Angier Ave NE Suite 100, Atlanta, GA 30308
This Beltline spot is so! dang! cute! The pup-friendly patio is a dream in warmer weather and there’s plenty of picture worth opportunities throughout the space. As for brunch, there’s a pretty large menu of inviting options from pan con tomate, steak & eggs, to a serrano ham eggs benedict, as well as vegan and vegetarian options.
870 Inman Village Pkwy NE. Atlanta, GA 30307
Delbar has quickly become a favorite in Inman Park for its fantastic take on Persian cuisine as well as its chic interiors and lovely covered patio. And now, they’re open for brunch! Their picture perfect Turkish style breakfast platter is an excellent chocie for groups. It feeds 4 and comes with labneh, halvah, feta cheese, radish, quince jam, albaloo jam, honey comb, tahini, soft boiled egg, olives, raw vegetable, walnuts, and more!
6. Folk Art
Folk Art’s motto is “artful eats for simple folks” and that’s exactly what you’ll get at Folk Art. Their menu is full of Southern favorites in a comfy but cute, kitschy, homey atmosphere filled with local art. You can find Folk Art and their southern fried chicken, fried green tomatoes, and huevos rancheros in Inman Park and Decatur.
88 W Paces Ferry Rd NW, Atlanta, GA
Perhaps the most buzzed about restaurant/bar in Atlanta, the Garden Room is the definition of Instagram worthy. It’s a flora and fauna oasis with beautiful photo opportunities everywhere you turn. Dig into their eclectic menu when you dine with them for brunch, with offerings from a caviar fettuccine with creme fraiche to more simple bourbon-maple syrup waffles and honey chicken & waffles with maple butter.
8. Garden Parc
It’s a vibe! This Black-owned brunch spot has become a hot spot in the West End. They have all your brunch favorites served in a tableside buffet/all you can eat format for a two-hour window, plus an hour of complimentary house mimosas. The experience comes in a little pricier at $55 per person without tax and tip, but it’s the ultimate thing to do when you’re in the mood to treat yourself!
61 Roswell St, Alpharetta, GA 30009
Maybe it’s the Bridgerton effect but we’re all about high tea these days, and the Ginger Room is delivering the full experience in downtown Alpharetta. Enjoy a traditional high tea experience with sandwiches and desserts to choose from such as cucumber dill sandwiches, macarons, bakewell tarts, petit fours all served alongside gorgeous clotted cream and lemon curd. Make your reservation online.
310 Pharr Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30305
This Latin bar feels like you’re stepping right into Tulum, and is a favorite for the grown and sexy crowd on weekend nights. However, they also offer a pretty lit brunch experience where you can also take in the beautiful, beachy decor and rattan touches throughout. And you’ll love their “costras,” a popular street food in Mexico consisting of a corn tortilla and cheesy crust filled with delicious fillings like carne asada, al pastor, and chicken tinga!
775 Lake Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307
Fellas, if you want to impress a lady, take her here for a breakfast date. It’s a simple but delicious crepe and coffee spot in the middle of Old Fourth Ward, and a picture on the bistro tables outside the restaurant in front of the beautiful ivy is a perfect ‘gram opportunity.
12. The Select
The Select opened a few years back yet it stays booked and busy as if everyday is still opening week. And that’s likely because this is one of the most beautiful restaurants in all of Metro Atlanta, with cute bistro style seating outside on the patio and elegant and expensive touches throughout the entire light-filled space. In terms of the brunch menu, you can expect delicious offerings from a short rib hash to a gruyere omelette to a jumbo cinnamon bun.