Brunch in Atlanta is a very serious matter and Secret Atlanta is here to make sure you know all the best spots. Whether you’re a local or a tourist these are some of the best brunches in town. Check out this fantastic round-up below.
1. North Italia
Secret Atlanta has had the privilege of tasting North Italia’s amazing lunch and dinner menu, so you know the brunch menu is bound to be just as fabulous. Their new brunch menu includes a delicious breakfast carbonara pasta (poached egg, crispy pancetta, English pea, lumache, herb breadcrumb, pecorino), Cannoli French Toast (ricotta, mascarpone, chocolate pearls, crushed pistachio, maple syrup), Short Rib Hash (fried eggs, sweet onion, piquillo pepper, bomba sauce, grilled bread) and so much more!
2. Buena Vida Tapas & Sol
One of our favorite Spanish eats in Atlanta also plays host to one of the best brunches on the BeltLine. Enjoy inventive tapas and dishes curated for the perfect way to kick-start your day. Not only can you have bottomless mimosas on the weekend, but you can’t leave without trying one of their many refreshing cocktails.
Cozy and comfy Kaleidoscope has a killer weekend menu for brunch. This neighborhood hangout spot prides itself on its live music and welcoming atmosphere, that’s solidified itself as a weekend hotspot, specifically for their brunch. We love their Crabcake Benedict – a southern twist on the breakfast staple.
4. Red Pepper Taqueria
If you like your bottomless brunch with a side of tasty tacos, you’ve got to check out Red Pepper Taqueria. The bottomless mimosas go down as a treat with the delicious dishes and small plates at Red Pepper. They even have $5 margaritas if you don’t care for bubbles!
6. 5 Church
Although not bottomless, get your mimosas or sangria served in a carafe, or order one of the best Bloody Marys in Atlanta! This Midtown gem recently expanded, with an all-new location in Buckhead, both serving up brunchtime staples on the weekends.
7. The Americano
Sunday Brunch in Atlanta is a matter taken very seriously and it’s not slowing down any time soon. The warm weather has us feening for bottomless mimosas and instagrammable brunch moments while basking in the sun on a gorgeous patio. The Americano in Buckhead is one step ahead of the masses launched its new Sunday Brunch on March 19.
8. Thumbs Up Diner
A true Atlanta staple, Thumbs Up Diner has been here for three decades! They have cemented their place into Atlanta’s heart, culture, and stomach. This all-day diner is known to have serious wait times and lines out the door. With so many great breakfast dishes it’s easy to see why they have lasted so long. Traditional pancakes or pecan pancakes are available to order. And naturally, you can have sides added to any of your dishes. They have expanded from the Edgewood location to West Midtown, Douglasville, East Point, Roswell, Austell, and Fayetteville). So, if you aren’t in the city they have plenty of locations OTP.
9. Egg Harbor Cafe
With 21 locations in the states of Illinois, Wisconsin, and Georgia, it’s relatively clear that the only way is up for this exclusive breakfast hotspot adored by many ATLiens. We’re always impressed with their creative seasonal specials, whether they are in food or drink form!
10. Le Petite Marche
This adored Kirkwood gem has become a breakfast institution here in the ATL. Serving up pastries & gourmet goodies, along with hot breakfasts & lunchtime sandwiches, we love heading here first-thing for breakfast, but Le Petit Marche is the perfect place for a pick-me-up, whatever the time!
11. Breakfast at Barney’s
We’re concluding this delicious list with the most hip and happenin’ breakfast eatery in the A. However, you have to check out their spectacular brunch on the weekends. Make sure you book or you’ll end up waiting for this adored ATL weekend tradition.
12. West Egg Cafe
Insert drooling emoji! West Egg Cafe is THAT place. Their breakfast is mouth-watering and filling. Hailed one of the best breakfast spots in Atlanta, West Egg Cafe will have you coming back every weekend if you aren’t careful. Located in Atlanta’s Westside Midtown neighborhood West Egg Cafe quickly became the spot to go to for brunch on the weekends. Their sour cream pancakes are deliciously topped with honey butter and melt in your mouth. Don’t just make this your National Pancake Day spot, but maybe a monthly treat as well.
13. The Pancake Social
Pancake Social, located at the bottom of PCM is one of the best places to enjoy good weather and delicious pancakes. This fairly recent restaurant received rave reviews for its delicious breakfast. With pancakes that take up the whole plate guests are sure to be pleasantly stuffed all day. Some of their unique pancake flavors are Lemon + Ricotta Pancakes, Apple Cinnamon Pancakes, and Banana + Oat Cakes. This is one place where you will leave completely satisfied.