Everything about the Sandy Springs Tupelo Honey Cafe location screams southern comfort from the intoxicating smell of freshly baked biscuits to the rustic decor and friendly atmosphere. The big draw here is the brunch menu, you bet they have fried green tomatoes (hold the Kathy Bates), cheesy shrimp and grits, fried chicken, and the fan-favorite Sweet Potato Pancakes. The frier stays hot for dinner, but you can also find options like, “Low Country” blackened catfish and shrimp served over sautéed faro and leeks, and the Dastardly Gentleman (an 11 ounce rib-eye with mashed potatoes and bacon-laden Brussel sprouts). Plus they feature over 40 taps, most of which are hyper-local, hand-picked craft brews. Pro tip: make a reservation … especially for brunch.