Top 4 Places for Brunch In ATL
While in Atlanta, I've had the opportunity to have such incredible dining experiences. To be honest, I'm not sure if I've ever had bad food in the city --- *knocks on wood.
While food IS my favourite thing ever... breakfast is really my all-time fave meal of the day.
As a breakfast lover, it only made sense to create a list of my top brunch spots in the Metro Atlanta area! So if you're in the Atlanta area, let's dig right in!!
Here are my top 4 places for Brunch in ATL
Sun In My Belly - $$
This place feels exactly like the name. Minus a 30-45 min wait (we went on a Sunday around 11 am), Sun In My Belly delivered a great meal with impeccable service! With 4 separate dining spaces, each with a different vibe (including an outdoor patio), this brunch spot is super popular. It is located in Decatur, so it's more on the artsy-fartsy side in terms of ambiance.
Unfortunately, if you're looking for an intimate brunch experience...Sun In My Belly is not for you because there's a lot of buzz during breakfast hours. Personally, I was very satisfied with the food and flavor. I had the Kirkwood (gluten-free toast, bacon, eggs) which sounds simple but the way the food melted in my mouth landed this spot at the top of my list.
Another Broken Egg Cafe - $$
Another Broken Egg Cafe is a southern-inspired restaurant that has a breakfast dish for everyone. Though it is a franchise restaurant, the food is still worth trying out. Another Broken Egg has many gluten-free options for anyone that can't eat from the original menu. This cafe also has fabulous cocktails to pair with every meal!
Agency Socialthèque Restaurant & Bar
I love this place simply for the class. It's incredibly chic and sophisticated with stylish decor! Agency Socialthèque is located in Phipps Plaza near Lenox Mall and boasts "a seasonally driven, full-service menu that has a touch of a Southern accent".
Brunch only happens on Saturday (11 am - 3 pm) and Sunday (11 am - 5 pm) so be sure to plan ahead.
Bread and Butterfly
Tucked in the heart of Inman Park, Bread and Butterfly has a European flair. It's a quaint neighborhood outdoor cafe and bistro, where you can enjoy food and drinks from early morning to late at night. Bread & Butterfly features a unique wine, beer, and cocktail list and dessert selections along with yummy breakfast options (gluten-free and vegan).
I had a rich cappuccino and fried potatoes for brunch which I thoroughly enjoyed and would highly recommend!
Photos: Jamika Danielle