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Over in West Midtown, you’ll find the appropriately named West Egg Cafe, which is open every day for breakfast, brunch, and lunch. This place is known for their fried chicken biscuits, but if you want to ensure that you’ll need a nap immediately after you eat, go with the Peachtree Plate instead, which comes with two eggs, bacon, pimento cheese grits, fried green tomatoes, and, of course, a biscuit. West Egg is another spot that gets slammed in the morning, especially on the weekends, but after you put your name down, just walk up the street to Brash Coffee and grab a cold brew in the meantime.

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