10 Incredible Brunch Spots In Atlanta With The Best Outdoor Dining Options

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10 Incredible Brunch Spots In Atlanta With The Best Outdoor Dining Options

Spring is here, so let’s brunch! Why don’t we enjoy it out on the patio?

With so many incredible places to brunch in Atlanta, you’re spoilt for choice! However, there are only a handful of brunch spots with stunning outdoor dining available. Whether you’re looking to be closer to nature, or you’re looking for the ultimate rooftop downtown, the ATL has it all!

Even though it’s springtime and the days are getting warmer, we’re looking for the small touches like patio heating, enchanting gardens, and the tastiest food!

Here’s 10 of our favorite outdoor brunch spots:

1. Whiskey Bird

Where: 1409 North Highland Avenue, NE

This Asian fusion tasty treat hosts brunch every Saturday and Sunday from 10:30am-2:30pm. You have to try their Hong Kong Chicken & Waffles for the perfect oriental twist on a Southern staple. Obviously due to the name, you can’t leave here without trying a whiskey cocktail!

2. Anis Cafe & Bistro


This French inspired bistro is completely Instagram ready. With an enchanting patio and an extensive menu of omelets, crepes, sandwiches, and more. Anis’ is also an incredible place for a boozy brunch, with a vast selection of cocktails on offer.

3. Fox Bros Bar-B-Q

Where: Five Little Points

There’s plenty of room on Fox Bros’ patio for you to enjoy some of the best ATL BBQ in the gorgeous, Georgian air. You have to try their pulled pork sandwiches, Atlanta! They open up at 11am on the weekends, making it the perfect, BBQ, boozy brunch spot. It does get busy here, so timing is everything, or patience.

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4. Milk & Honey

Where: 5495 Cascade Rd Suite 100

A contemporary venue with a cheery vibe featuring all-day brunch & Southern specialties. Milk & Honey have award winning Shrimp and Grits, so you’re going to want to try them. Don’t say we didn’t warn you. They may become your new ATL addiction.

5. Canoe

Where: 4199 Paces Ferry Road, SE


Canoe’s outdoor space is so spectacular that it made the top spot of our favorite romantic restaurants in the ATL. For brunch, you’ve got to try one of their pastries. We recommend the Georgia Pecan Sticky Buns. If you’re hungrier, it’s all about their Riverside French Toast, served with Applewood bacon, scrambled eggs, and hash browns.

6. South City Kitchen

Where: 3350 Peachtree

With four locations across the Atlanta area, you have to stop off at this Atlantan favorite. Their fried chicken is causing quite the buzz around town, and we’re not afraid to follow the flock when it looks this good!

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7. Breakfast at Barney’s


We’re obsessed with Breakfast at Barney’s! Their extensive brunch menu will make you want to return every weekend. Make sure you finish your meal with their Peach Cobbler and Vanilla Bean Ice Cream.

8. Ration and Dram

Where: 130 Arizona Ave, NE

On the edge of North Edgewood is this neighborhood hotspot for all-day brunch! The star of the brunch menu is definitely Eggs in Purgatory. Two poached eggs served in tomato and garlic heaven, with a piece of toasted bread.

9. Sun in my Belly

Where: 2161 College Ave, NE

This place does exactly what it says it will. If you’re looking for sunshine in your belly, try their Cajun grilled shrimp served on cheese grits with pork sausage and toasted focaccia. It’s the ultimate Shrimp n’ Grits.

10. Snooze, an A.M. Eatery

Credit: Snooze

Where: 4600 Roswell Rd,  Sandy Springs

If you’re looking for a brunch chain to rely on across the states, check out Snooze’s Buckhead location for a taste! Enjoy delicious pancakes on their vibrant outdoor patio. If you’re looking for a health kick, we suggest trying their Bountiful Buddha Bowl.

[Featured Image: Canoe via Insta]

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