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Cabbagetown Restaurant Hosting the Mother of All Atlanta Brunch Collaborations

Little’s Food Store, baker Sarah Dodge, and Emerald City Bagels taking over the kitchen at Mouth of the South on Carroll Street

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Little’s Food Store is part of an epic brunch takeover at new neighbor Mouth of the South in Cabbagetown
Little’s Food Store

The newly-opened restaurant Mouth of the South in Cabbagetown is throwing what is shaping up to be an epic brunch this Sunday, September 2. The restaurant is opening at 10 a.m. for what they’re calling a “brunch takeover” featuring the kitchen crew from neighboring grocery and grill Little’s Food Store, the inimitable baker Sarah Dodge, and East Atlanta’s Emerald City Bagels.

This might just be the mother of all Atlanta brunch collaborations.

The menu for Sunday’s kitchen takeover includes pastries from Dodge, bagels with smoked salmon and dill cream cheese or avocado from Emerald City, and a Southern breakfast plate, shrimp and grits, and biscuits and pork sausage gravy from Little’s.

Mouth of the South is serving as host and bartender for the brunch with a full range of breakfast cocktails.

Brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The award-winning kitchen folks from Little's Food Store are invading #motsatl for a brunch feast this Sunday from 10AM...

Posted by Mouth Of The South on Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Mouth of the South is located in the former Cabbage Pie space on Carroll Street.

Update, August 29, 11:15 a.m.: This story was updated to reflect changes to the menu.

186 Carroll Street SE, Atlanta. motsatl.com.

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