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Tacos at El Tesoro in Edgewood
El Tesoro in Edgewood
Ryan Fleisher

Order Breakfast Tacos and Burritos at These Restaurants Around Atlanta

From tortilla bundles of Mexican sausage, refried beans, and eggs to bacon, egg, and cheese cradled in a taco

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El Tesoro in Edgewood
| Ryan Fleisher

Few things might be better for breakfast than bacon, eggs, and cheese or even spicy chorizo, refried beans, and eggs wrapped up in a tortilla bundle or cradled within a taco. It’s a quick and easy handheld meal, especially for busy Atlantans on-the-go. Here are a few places to grab breakfast in taco or burrito form around Atlanta.

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Disclaimer: A number of Atlanta restaurants on this map have resumed dine-in service. However, this should not be taken as endorsement for dining in, as there are still safety concerns: for updated information on coronavirus cases, please visit the Georgia Department of Health. Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines

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Taco Prado

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Taco Prado in Mableton offers a small breakfast section on its menu that includes a ham and egg burrito for just around $5.

Atlanta Breakfast Club

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Atlanta Breakfast Club downtown has been drawing big crowds since opening its doors on Ivan Allen in 2016. The menu here is pure Southern comfort. For a decadent take on tacos, the breakfast tacos at ABC are made from French toast battered flour and contain smoked bacon, scrambled eggs, and syrup. Order online for takeout.

Cafe Sunflower Buckhead

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Offered at Sunday brunch, the loaded breakfast burrito at Cafe Sunflower in Buckhead and Sandy Springs includes a tofu scramble with avocado, home fries, sausage, black beans, sautéed onions, and Daiya cheese wrapped in a spinach tortilla and topped with chipotle sauce. Order online for pickup.

Mama's Restaurant

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Mama’s Cocina Latina on Piedmont Road in the Piedmont Heights neighborhood serves a mix of comfort foods and familiar Mexican dishes on its menu. Breakfast burritos here are stuffed with eggs and a choice of beans, steak, chorizo, bacon, or potatoes and served 24/7. Drive-thru available.

Little Rey

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Ford Fry’s latest venture includes a slew of breakfast tacos filled with migas, twice-fried, beans, and cheese and the option to add chorizo, potato, steak, or mushrooms, kale and poblano. Purchase a single taco or packs of six, 12, or even a “truckload” for the office. Order online for takeout.

Bell Street Burritos

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Bell Street Burritos on Peachtree Street in Brookwood Hills, on the Eastside Beltline in Old Fourth Ward, and in Tucker serves breakfast burritos on Saturdays, starting at 11 a.m. Each burrito bundle contains scrambled eggs and cheese with a choice of sausage or bacon. Order online for pickup.

Muchacho

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This Memorial Drive spot on the edge of Reynoldstown offers a menu filled with breakfast tacos in the morning, including a BEC taco and migas tacos stuffed with eggs, Chihuahua cheese, and black beans. Order online for takeout or delivery via DoorDash.

Home grown GA Restaurant

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Sure, people come here for Home Grown’s famous comfy fried chicken biscuit smothered in sausage gravy but, don’t sleep on the breakfast tacos here; three tacos filled with chorizo and scrambled eggs and topped with sour cream and cilantro. Open for limited dine-in service and parking lot patio seating. Order online for takeout.

The Midway Pub

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Nestled in East Atlanta Village, the Midway Pub offers a breakfast burrito for weekend brunch meant to cure a nasty hangover. The tortilla bundle includes scrambled eggs, beans, bacon, hash browns, chicken chili, and cheese. There’s an option to swap out the bacon and chili for soy sausage and a ranchero sauce. Order at the main entrance and then have a seat on the patio. Order online for takeout and delivery.

El Tesoro

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Now open in Edgewood, this roadside cantina takes its breakfast tacos and burritos seriously. Each comes with a base of scrambled eggs and a choice of fillings like refried beans, migas, chorizo, soy sausage, Mexican sausage, or poblano, onion, and crema with esquite corn, mushroom, and squash. Make sure to order a coffee or horchata iced coffee here. Grab a seat on the restaurant’s expansive open-air patio, complete with firepits. Order online for takeout.

Gordita ATL

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Run by chef Rio La Gorda, this Saturday morning pop-up focuses on breakfast burritos brimming with eggs, Oaxacan cheese, beans, chorizo, and even fried chicken and tater tots. Laid off from her job as a chef due to the pandemic, La Gorda launched Gorditas ATL in hopes of one day transforming the pop-up into a bonafide food truck business. Menus are posted each week to Instagram. People place their orders online and pay via Venmo for pick-up on Saturday mornings at the Candler Park parking lot near the pool. Burritos cost around $9 each. Follow on Instagram for details and menu updates.

Gato’s Southwestern influence always hits the spot at breakfast in Candler Park, and that includes its breakfast burrito which wraps eggs, cheese, and potatoes inside a tortilla with salsa and sour cream on the side. Curbside pick-up and delivery within one-mile radius, Friday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Order and pay by phone.

Poco Loco ATL

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This Saturday morning popup by Atlanta chef Nick Melvin (Doux South Pickles; Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q) is all about the breakfast burrito. Think big burritos stuffed with smoked pork belly, eggs, black beans, cotija cheese, and pickled onions. Those interested in ordering should follow Poco Loco on Instagram for menu drops. Order as soon as that menu drops because these burritos, along with other bites, sell out fast. Email pocolocoatl@gmail.com to be placed on the mailing list or to order for pickup in the Lake Claire neighborhood.

El Taco Veloz

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With multiple locations around Atlanta, Taco Veloz opens bright and early for breakfast tacos and burritos. Fill those breakfast bundles with eggs and and a combination of chorizo, carne asada, refried beans, chicken, or ham. Order online for pickup at the window on Buford Highway or use the convenient drive-thru.

Rising Son

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Rising Son in Avondale Estates is a Southern comfort spot for breakfast that brings seasonality to the morning meal, such as the tomato gravy biscuit. But don’t miss out on the chorizo tacos here, served with scrambled eggs, cilantro, chives, and pico cradled inside a corn tortilla. Order online for takeout.

Taqueria San Pancho

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Located along Lawrenceville Highway in Tucker, this counter-serve Mexican restaurant offers a hearty breakfast burrito filled with Mexican sausage, refried beans, eggs, cheese, and salsa for under $7.

Taco Prado

Taco Prado in Mableton offers a small breakfast section on its menu that includes a ham and egg burrito for just around $5.

Atlanta Breakfast Club

Atlanta Breakfast Club downtown has been drawing big crowds since opening its doors on Ivan Allen in 2016. The menu here is pure Southern comfort. For a decadent take on tacos, the breakfast tacos at ABC are made from French toast battered flour and contain smoked bacon, scrambled eggs, and syrup. Order online for takeout.

Cafe Sunflower Buckhead

Offered at Sunday brunch, the loaded breakfast burrito at Cafe Sunflower in Buckhead and Sandy Springs includes a tofu scramble with avocado, home fries, sausage, black beans, sautéed onions, and Daiya cheese wrapped in a spinach tortilla and topped with chipotle sauce. Order online for pickup.

Mama's Restaurant

Mama’s Cocina Latina on Piedmont Road in the Piedmont Heights neighborhood serves a mix of comfort foods and familiar Mexican dishes on its menu. Breakfast burritos here are stuffed with eggs and a choice of beans, steak, chorizo, bacon, or potatoes and served 24/7. Drive-thru available.

Little Rey

Ford Fry’s latest venture includes a slew of breakfast tacos filled with migas, twice-fried, beans, and cheese and the option to add chorizo, potato, steak, or mushrooms, kale and poblano. Purchase a single taco or packs of six, 12, or even a “truckload” for the office. Order online for takeout.

Bell Street Burritos

Bell Street Burritos on Peachtree Street in Brookwood Hills, on the Eastside Beltline in Old Fourth Ward, and in Tucker serves breakfast burritos on Saturdays, starting at 11 a.m. Each burrito bundle contains scrambled eggs and cheese with a choice of sausage or bacon. Order online for pickup.

Muchacho

This Memorial Drive spot on the edge of Reynoldstown offers a menu filled with breakfast tacos in the morning, including a BEC taco and migas tacos stuffed with eggs, Chihuahua cheese, and black beans. Order online for takeout or delivery via DoorDash.

Home grown GA Restaurant

Sure, people come here for Home Grown’s famous comfy fried chicken biscuit smothered in sausage gravy but, don’t sleep on the breakfast tacos here; three tacos filled with chorizo and scrambled eggs and topped with sour cream and cilantro. Open for limited dine-in service and parking lot patio seating. Order online for takeout.

The Midway Pub

Nestled in East Atlanta Village, the Midway Pub offers a breakfast burrito for weekend brunch meant to cure a nasty hangover. The tortilla bundle includes scrambled eggs, beans, bacon, hash browns, chicken chili, and cheese. There’s an option to swap out the bacon and chili for soy sausage and a ranchero sauce. Order at the main entrance and then have a seat on the patio. Order online for takeout and delivery.

El Tesoro

Now open in Edgewood, this roadside cantina takes its breakfast tacos and burritos seriously. Each comes with a base of scrambled eggs and a choice of fillings like refried beans, migas, chorizo, soy sausage, Mexican sausage, or poblano, onion, and crema with esquite corn, mushroom, and squash. Make sure to order a coffee or horchata iced coffee here. Grab a seat on the restaurant’s expansive open-air patio, complete with firepits. Order online for takeout.

Gordita ATL

Run by chef Rio La Gorda, this Saturday morning pop-up focuses on breakfast burritos brimming with eggs, Oaxacan cheese, beans, chorizo, and even fried chicken and tater tots. Laid off from her job as a chef due to the pandemic, La Gorda launched Gorditas ATL in hopes of one day transforming the pop-up into a bonafide food truck business. Menus are posted each week to Instagram. People place their orders online and pay via Venmo for pick-up on Saturday mornings at the Candler Park parking lot near the pool. Burritos cost around $9 each. Follow on Instagram for details and menu updates.

Gato

Gato’s Southwestern influence always hits the spot at breakfast in Candler Park, and that includes its breakfast burrito which wraps eggs, cheese, and potatoes inside a tortilla with salsa and sour cream on the side. Curbside pick-up and delivery within one-mile radius, Friday through Sunday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Order and pay by phone.

Poco Loco ATL

This Saturday morning popup by Atlanta chef Nick Melvin (Doux South Pickles; Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q) is all about the breakfast burrito. Think big burritos stuffed with smoked pork belly, eggs, black beans, cotija cheese, and pickled onions. Those interested in ordering should follow Poco Loco on Instagram for menu drops. Order as soon as that menu drops because these burritos, along with other bites, sell out fast. Email pocolocoatl@gmail.com to be placed on the mailing list or to order for pickup in the Lake Claire neighborhood.

El Taco Veloz

With multiple locations around Atlanta, Taco Veloz opens bright and early for breakfast tacos and burritos. Fill those breakfast bundles with eggs and and a combination of chorizo, carne asada, refried beans, chicken, or ham. Order online for pickup at the window on Buford Highway or use the convenient drive-thru.

Rising Son

Rising Son in Avondale Estates is a Southern comfort spot for breakfast that brings seasonality to the morning meal, such as the tomato gravy biscuit. But don’t miss out on the chorizo tacos here, served with scrambled eggs, cilantro, chives, and pico cradled inside a corn tortilla. Order online for takeout.

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Taqueria San Pancho

Located along Lawrenceville Highway in Tucker, this counter-serve Mexican restaurant offers a hearty breakfast burrito filled with Mexican sausage, refried beans, eggs, cheese, and salsa for under $7.

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