39 "Brunch" restaurants in Atlanta.
The entire menu at King + Duke is roasted on an open hearth, and includes lots of meat, some fish, and very few vegetables.
Atlanta isn’t Paris, but when you want to forget that for a while, head to Bread & Butterfly for brunch on the patio or a glass of wine at the bar.
Next time you’re in Brookhaven, head to Haven for a Southern-inspired brunch or dinner.
The General Muir in Toco Hills is an all day spot serving Jewish deli classics like latkes, pastrami, and bagels and lox.
Einstein’s in Midtown has a large, wide-ranging menu and an even larger patio, so it should be your next big group brunch spot.
There are lots of biscuits in Atlanta, but Callie’s in the Highlands has some of our favorites, with 7 different flavors and sandwich options.
For Southern food served in an upscale space, head to South City Kitchen in Buckhead, and try to get a table on their patio overlooking Peachtree.
Bar Mercado is a tapas spot at Krog Street Market with a patio that’s ideal for Happy Hour or day drinking.
There are a lot of restaurants serving Southern food in Atlanta, but no place is more classic than Mary Mac’s Tea Room in Midtown.
Lloyd’s in Inman Park is like a 1980s fever dream of a restaurant - with its wood paneled walls, booths, and menu of old school staples.
Rozina Bakehouse and Coffeeshop in Downtown serves a Mediterranean-leaning menu, and is a great place to post up with coffee and a pastry.
Majestic Diner is exactly what you picture when you think of a classic diner, from the menu to neon sign to the fact that they’re open 24 hours a day.
R. Thomas in Buckhead is one of the most interesting places in Atlanta, with lawn art and a menu with everything from a burger to vegan dishes.
Tiny Lou's is a French restaurant in the Clermont Hotel in Old Fourth Ward, and where you should bring a date or an out-of-towner for a nice dinner.
Ormsby’s in West Midtown is a great spot for groups, with two floors, wine and beer, and games like bocce and darts.