— Ponce City Market has yet another brunch option, and this one comes with expansive views of Atlanta. Nine Mile Station, the market’s rooftop beer garden and restaurant, kicked off its new service over the weekend. Brunch is served each Sunday from noon to 3 p.m.
The menu, developed by chef Jonathan McDowell, features weekend-morning classics such as eggs Benedict, banana-stuffed French toast, and a hash that includes harissa agrodolce and merguez sausage. Beverage service from head bartender Randy Hayden includes bloody Marys and mimosas, plus house cocktails such as the trolley car spritz (gin, Aperol, soda, prosecco and an orange slice). And, of course, the beer garden offers 12 rotating taps.
— Local Three has added Saturday service to its weekend brunch plans. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., the buffet runs $24.93 for adults and $12.53 for kids ages 6 to 12. It’s all-you can-eat, and the menu, updated weekly, covers pastries, entrees for breakfast and lunch, and desserts. Booze options, which include bloody Marys, bloody Marias, mimosas, bellinis, whiskey cocktails, beer, and wine, are available first thing on Saturdays.
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