Murphy’s has been a staple on Atlanta’s restaurant scene for more than 30-years…and after one taste of pretty much anything that comes out of their kitchen, you’ll understand why. A restaurant, bakery, and wine shop all rolled into one, Murphy’s serves American contemporary comfort food, sinful desserts and baked goods, and an extensive collection of adventuresome vinos, most of which are available for sale in their onsite wine shop.
Made from fresh, local ingredients, dinner plates like the Guinness Braised Beef Brisket and the Shrimp and Georgia Grits have made Murphy’s famous. But we can’t talk about “famous” without talking about brunch. Or their bakery.
In Atlanta, “brunch” is practically synonymous with “Murphy’s.” It’s one of the most revered, most talked about, most beloved brunches in Atlanta. And with dishes like Crab Cake Benedict and their signature Eggs T. Murphy, it’s no wonder why.
On the bakery side, please, please, please don’t miss the Tollhouse Pie, a concoction of white and dark chocolate cookie batter with a cookies-and-cream crust so sinful it might make you blush.
Guinness Braised Beef Brisket
Melt-in-your-mouth Guinness braised beef, served with horseradish mashed potatoes, roasted carrots, and green beans.
Crab Cake Benedict
Poached eggs. Jalapeno hollandaise. Need we say more?
Dark and white chocolate cookie batter in a cookies-and-cream crust. Don’t forget to try this famous confection!
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