Flaky. Buttery. Delicious. Biscuits are one of the amazing parts about living in the South, and these Atlanta restaurants have some of the best!
You can’t talk about Atlanta biscuit without talking about HomeGrown’s uber popular comfy chicken biscuit. This spot brings comfort food and Southern favorites to Reynoldstown. Parking can be a nightmare, and the lines in non-pandemic times are usually long, but pour yourself a cup of steaming hot coffee and settle in for the wait because everything on the menu is worth it. Open now for dine-in and takeout.
Chef Suzanne’s farm fresh buttermilk biscuit has all the makings of biscuit greatness. The inside is smooth and buttery and totally melts inside your mouth. Get the biscuit basket if you really want a carbfest for breakfast and try all the tasty jams it comes with. Or try the chicken biscuit, served with a sweet tea brined fried chicken, for the perfect start to your day. Open for dine-in and curbside pickup.
There’s not a bad thing on hole-in-the-wall spot Cupanion’s menu. The Cowboy benedict, with braised beef and cornbread, is the perfect hangover savory cure. The French Toast casserole is dessert for breakfast. And their fried chicken biscuit comes with a Sweet Potato Biscuit and perfectly creamy pimento grits. Drooling just thinking about it. Open for dine-in, patio dining, and pick-up.
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You’ll have to head OTP for the mother of all chicken biscuits, but let us tell you that it’s WORTH 👏 THE 👏 TRIP! Hen Mother Cookhouse is a wildly popular brunch spot in John’s Creek with a massive chicken biscuit fit for massive appetites. Don’t miss out on their showstopping skillet French toast, either! Open for dine-in, patio dining, and pick-up.
We could easily eat about five of the Flying Biscuit Cafe’s sugary, light biscuits. But pair it with that addicting cranberry apple butter, and we could easily eat about ten! The first The Flying Biscuit Cafe first opened up in Atlanta in 1993, and they’ve been a heavyweight in the Atlanta brunch scene ever since. Don’t forget to also get their creamy, dreamy grits! Most locations open for dine-in and pick-up.
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This hole-in-the-wall spot off of spaghetti junction is Southern food at its best. Their crazy thick, cake-like pancake is breathtaking, their blueberry beignets are like a hug for your tastebuds, and their brisket and fried chicken biscuits are solid. Open for dine-in, delivery, and pick-up.
Not filling up on South City Kitchen’s complimentary brunch biscuits and cornbread is a challenge every single time, but it’s always something we enjoy pushing the limits on. South City Kitchen first opened up on a small side street, Crescent Avenue, in Midtown. Decades later, SCK is an Atlanta institution, serving Southern classics with a sophisticated spin in multiple locations. Whether it’s their famous fried chicken or other chef driven fare, every experience at South City Kitchen is worth coming back for, again and again. Open for dine-in and pick-up.
Can you say cheat meal? Everything is decadent at Milk & Honey, but something that you should never miss out on is their honey biscuits appetizer. The unexpected sweet addition of honey to Milk & Honey’s biscuits makes this dish over the top good. It’s light, fluffy, sweet, and dangerous–we could go there just to order these every time. Open for dine-in and pick-up.