Champagne & Grits: 7 Of The Best Brunches In Atlanta, GA
There’s no better way to shake off Saturday night than with a mimosa and gourmet grits.
That’s right. Brunch. You know, the breakfast that starts at a decent hour and that’s socially acceptable to drink at.
If you feel like rolling out of bed at eleven on Sunday for some benedicts, bacon and bloody marys, in Atlanta, you’ve got your pick of delectable options.
That’s why, to save you from having to parse through a list of 40 restaurants – all with great menus – we’ve selected 7 of the best brunches that consistently make every “Best Brunch” list.
Here are, 7 of the best brunches in Atlanta:
There’s a reason people keep coming back to Buttermilk Kitchen. Everything on the menu is made fresh from scratch with a menu created by chef Suzanne Vizethann. Start with the bacon and cheese deviled egg then try Ray’s Waffle Burger with truffle fries, the sinfully rich lobster omelette or short rib hash.
Much more than just an awesome bakery (mmm, cinnamon rolls) – their full menu including delicious plates like the crab cakes benedict and burrito de huevos. With five locations, you’ll always be near a great brunch.
Yeah, you’re going to wait – but it’ll be worth it. Located in the Westside Provisions District by the farmers market, West Egg Cafe has killer coffee, dangerously delicious cocktails and menu creations like the build your own biscuit, chicken chilaquiles and a shrimp and grits you can’t miss.
With two dishes featured on Diners Drive-Ins and Dives (biscuits and gravy, Joy’s Famous Shrimp & Grits), you know it’s good.
From the menu to the rustic decor, Sun In My Belly is an all-around brunch experience. The challah french toast topped with seasonal fruit isn’t something you want to miss. But neither is the barbecued shrimp and sausage grits. And cocktails – aside from the mimosas, you need to try the Georgia Peach Spiked Tea.
From it’s charming market vibe to knockout menu, Le Petit Marche doesn’t disappoint. Try the Best Oatmeal Ever or the savory French Toast Sandwich. And the house made salmon croquettes – yes, please.
Hands down, best eggs benedicts anywhere. Period. But the entire menu is mouthwatering. The corned beef hash, malted waffle and yes, shrimp and grits are hard to choose between. With a great wine and cocktail selection (try the Murphy’s Old Fashioned) you’ll also have plenty of adult beverages to choose from.
Yes, there are names left off this list. Can’t help it. But this gives you some great places you need to cross off your “to try” brunch list.
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