Where To Brunch In Atlanta

The weekend is near which is great, but that also means that I'm just days away from my last first day of school ever. I'm so excited, but at the same time just nervous for the next chapter of my life. I'm still on the hunt for a big girl job and I don't really know when is the best time to apply since I graduate in December. If you've got any advice, let me know. I need all the help I can get.

Weekends also mean some extra free time and in Atlanta, many people like to get brunch. I love a good meal, especially brunch. There is nothing quite like getting that "Wanna do brunch?" text and then enjoying good food with good company with a mimosa in my hand. If you are ever in the Atlanta-area, seriously contact me and I will grab brunch with you in a heartbeat.

Atlanta has so many places that serve brunch. Seriously, so freakin' many. While I'm not giving the long list of every place, I am sharing where to brunch in Atlanta. Sorry in advance if you're starving by the end of this post.

Joy Cafe 
Come in Saturday or Sunday starting at 8:30am for their delicious brunch. You can start out with a basket of mini pastries before enjoying eggs benedict, avocado toast, or the southern classic, shrimp and grits.

Buttermilk Kitchen
Known for their biscuits, Buttermilk Kitchen is a great brunch spot. They've got smoked salmon bagel plates, chicken and waffles, and pimiento cheese (my favorite!) omelets. If you've got a sweet tooth after your meal, order their banana pudding. Their wafers are homemade.

Ria's Bluebird
So, I'm not a huge pancake fan, but Ria's Bluebird is known for their pancakes, which have been called the "world's best." They've also got biscuits and gravy, a breakfast burrito, and a yogurt and fruit bowl, if you're looking for something on the lighter side.

Another Broken Egg Cafe
So, this place is a chain, but still one of my favorites! They've got a variety of pancakes, french toast, and waffles; healthy options like fruit and oatmeal, different variations of eggs benedict, and more! There is something for everyone! I am a huge fan of their beignets, City Grits, and their Spiked Nutella Iced Latte which is Nutella, Rumchata, cold brew topped with whipped cream, a beignet, and a strip of bacon! They also serve Mimosa and Bloody Mary (not my thing but I know it is popular) pitchers! Nothing wrong with a little boozy brunch!

West Egg Cafe
This place usually has a long wait on weekends. Why? Because it is that good! You can sip on a Bloody Mary or Mimosa before digging into banana bread french toast or a smoked salmon BLT. So worth the wait!

Now, I'm craving some Atlanta brunch, but my bank account is not having it at the moment. Next time you're in Atlanta, stop by one of these places for brunch! You won't be disappointed!

What's the best brunch spot in your town? Let me know in a comment!


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