Food & Drink

Order Booze-Filled Brunch From These Atlanta Spots

From buttermilk biscuits to overstuffed breakfast burritos.

Brunch is no joke in Atlanta. People will literally wait hours to enjoy a sweet and savory feast, likely paired with mimosas. Or at least they did before the pandemic. Brunch is still hot in Atlanta, but it looks a little different these days—you just have to be a little flexible and prepared. One silver lining? It’s never been easier to have a Sunday (or Saturday) morning brunch fete in pajamas. If you dine-in, though, don't forget your mask. Here are 10 places in Atlanta to order a delicious brunch meal.

Who in Atlanta hasn’t driven around an insane amount of time to find parking online to wait an insane amount of time to get their hands on those delicious biscuits? Good news: You can order Suzanne Vizethann’s famous biscuits to-go. If you’re feeling really hungry, may we suggest the chicken biscuit? It’s a buttermilk biscuit topped with fried chicken breast, house-made pepper jelly, and pickles and it’s pretty much the best. 
How to order: Dine-in or takeout

Canoe

Vinings

If only every Sunday morning could begin on Canoe’s heated patio overlooking the river. Brunch here is legendary, and it’s not just the view. The pastry basket, brioche French toast, and the duck n’beef burger are all satisfying treats that will chase the blues away.
How to order: Dine in and ready Canoe’s patio policy

Murphy's

Virginia-Highland

Murphy’s has been serving brunch to hungover Atlantans for more than 30 years. They didn’t take reservations for brunch before the pandemic, but they do now. They also offer brunch to-go, which means there’s no excuse not to get your fill of their malted waffle or breakfast croissant sandwich. Even better, you can get brunch on Saturday or Sunday. Outdoor seating is available in case you do want to dine in. 
How to order: Make a required reservation through OpenTable or order takeout

Muss & Turner’s is the place to go if you want brunch dishes that are capital-H-hearty. And at a time like this, who doesn’t want hearty? If anything, the menu names, like “chicky bisky” (chicken biscuit with sausage-poblano gravy) will make you chuckle. Don’t sleep on the breakfast burrito filled with scrambled eggs, bacon, roasted potatoes, pickled jalapeños, cheddar, red salsa, and lime cream.
How to order: Make a reservation through OpenTable or order takeout

You currently can’t dine in Le Petit Marché’s cozy dining room, but you can order takeout. The vanilla-rum battered French toast sandwich (excellent with Delia’s chicken sausage) is just as good in its takeout form as it is in the restaurant. Also consider the grits stack topped with scrambled eggs, cheddar, and marinated shrimp—and the best-ever oatmeal studded with almond pralines and fresh fruit. 
How to order: Order takeout or delivery through DoorDash

Petit Chou

Cabbagetown

You can’t miss this darling locale—just look for the periwinkle blue building on Memorial Drive. The menu offers Southern-meets-French eats with standouts like the French toast crème brûlée combier, a heavenly dish of croissants soaked in heavy cream and spices that are griddled and topped off with vanilla bean whipped cream. For something on the more southern side, try the Cabbagetown breakfast bowl with grits, cheddar, choice of protein, and tomato concasse. 
How to order: Limited dine-in and patio seating or takeout via Toast

The aptly named Sun In My Belly definitely makes you feel good on the inside. The Kirkwood charmer resides in a former hardware store, which adds to the overall appeal. Whether you dine in or take your brunch home with you, there are plenty of tempting options. The menu has been pared down for now but it has all the standbys like their quiche of the day, pimento cheese omelet filled with honey-glazed bacon, and French toast made with brioche and honey ricotta.
How to order: Dine in or order takeout

West Egg Café

West Midtown

Churro waffle. Need we say more? Crave-worthy dishes are West Egg’s speciality which is why people have stood outside for hours to get a table there. Now you can make reservations or order your brunch to-go making the process even more enjoyable. Other can’t-miss items on the menu include the banana bread French toast, pimento cheese and bacon omelet, and the sour cream pancakes. 
How to order: Book a table through Resy (patio seating available) or order takeout

The General Muir

Emory Point

Few things are more satisfying than sinking your teeth into Avenue A, which is a bagel topped with cream cheese, smoked salmon, grapefruit, red onion, and avocado. If that’s not your jam, then maybe a pastrami sandwich on house-basked rye bread is. Either way, there’s something for everyone at this Southern deli mainstay. 
How to order: Reservations via OpenTable highly recommended or order takeout

This cafe is charming as hell and totally worth the drive OTP (what else are you doing, anyway?). Located in a cottage, Fellows serves up homey vibes and delicious offerings like banana-peanut butter toast, ricotta hotcakes with seasonal compote, and sweet potato eggs Benedict. The cafe takes reservations on weekdays but it’s fist come, first serve on weekends. You can order takeout any day of the week though. 
How to order: Book a table through Resy (outdoor seating available) or order takeout