Midtown's Saltwood Charcuterie & Bar is the latest restaurant to get in on Atlanta's brunch scene. The Loew's Atlanta Hotel-adjacent restaurant is now open to serve eggs, hollandaise, bloodys, and mimosas on Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Executive chef Olivier Gaupin and sous chefs Mouhssine Benhamacht and Jeremy Williamson say they're cooking up "a balance of Southern dishes, brunch favorites, and customizable items."
The food menu is broken down into seven sections: starters, from the griddle, build your benedict, eggs, entrees, build your taco, and sides. Main course prices range from $11 for French toast and pancakes up to $18 for steak and eggs. The latter dish features a rosemary-grilled flatiron steak, two eggs any way, a biscuit, and tomato jam. As for beverages, Saltwood pours a selection of cold-pressed juices, plus bloody marys and bottomless mimosas.
The new service compliments Saltwood's breakfast and lunch options. Take a peek at the restaurant's complete list of brunch offerings below.