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10 New Brunches to Check Out Around Atlanta

From dim sum with Bloody Marys and panettone French toast paired with sherry cocktails to Calabrian pork sausage poutine and an Italian brunch spread

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Looking for a fresh, new place to brunch on the weekends in Atlanta? Try one of these restaurants in and around Atlanta that have either recently opened, added new brunch service to the roster, or made a significant update to the brunch menu. Satisfy those cravings for French toast, mimosas, and mile-high biscuits this weekend.

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Postino West Midtown

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With two Atlanta locations along the Marietta Street Artery and the other in Buckhead, Postino Wine Cafe offers weekend brunch now, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dine on ricotta fritters, egg toast, and panettone French toast paired with brunch cocktails like the Sherry Mary, a take on the Bloody Mary with oloroso sherry and rainwater madeira.

Bastone

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Brunch is now served on the weekends at Howell Mill Italian restaurant Bastone. Served from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., indulge in an Italian brunch spread along the bar and a menu featuring a burger, shakshuka, and pasta dishes.

Virgil's Gullah Kitchen & Bar West Midtown

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Marietta Street marks the second location of the popular College Park restaurant dedicated to serving Gullah Geechee cuisine. And with its June opening on the edge of the Georgia Tech campus comes Virgil’s equally popular weekend Soul brunch. DJs spin tunes while folks dine on fried oysters, fush (fried fish) and grits, bussin’ corn muffins, and an Afta Church plate complete with wings, greens, and mac and cheese. There’s plenty of breakfast cocktails, too, including mimosas and sangria. Grab a seat upstairs on the second floor patio or a street-side table on the ground floor patio.

26 Thai Kitchen & Bar (Midtown)

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Indulge in a Thai-style brunch on the weekends at this Midtown restaurant. Starting at 12 p.m., dine on dishes like tom yum lobster bisque, Thai chicken and purple waffles, curry chicken satay and peanut sauce sandwiches, and mini coconut pancakes.

Le Bon Nosh

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The all-day restaurant and wine bar in Buckhead recently kicked off a new weekend brunch. As with lunch and dinner here, chef and owner Forough Vakili fuses her Persian roots with French twists in the brunch dishes on the menu at Le Bon Nosh. Order everything from shakshouka and a French omelette with boursin cheese to duck confit fried rice topped with a sunny egg and a breakfast plate with two eggs, bacon, duck fat potatoes, and grilled sourdough. Order a mimosa or a Bloody Mary, too.

Isla & Co. Buckhead

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Brunch is available Wednesday through Sunday at Isla and Company in Buckhead. With a menu centered on Australian-style coffee and food that also draws inspiration from countries around Europe and Southeast Asia, expect dishes like the Brekkie Roll (BEC on a toasted brioche bun), mushroom toast on sourdough, and brioche French toast, as well as fish and chips and shrimp vodka rigatoni.

JenChan's

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The Lunar New Year in 2023 marked the kickoff of a brand new, all-day brunch at this Cabbagetown restaurant. Sundays at JenChan’s now feature Yum Cha brunch with dumplings galore, short rib egg rolls, egg and cheese bao buns, and lion’s mane poutine, along with miso five-spice doughnuts, buttermilk biscuit sandwiches, and soy sauce deviled eggs. Order oolong tea service or a Bloody Mary and tuck into this Sunday brunch.

5Church Buckhead

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The newest location of 5Church in Buckhead just kicked off weekend brunch in July. Served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., expect a menu featuring charred avocado toast, crawfish and grits, liege waffles, and eggs Florentine. There’s also heartier dishes served during brunch, too, including slow-roasted prime rib and a burger topped with gruyere cheese and bacon on a duck fat brioche bun. Pair brunch with a mimosa, a Bloody Mary, or a glass of sangria.

 

TBB 122

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Recently opened in Alpharetta, TBB 122 is an all-day cafe and restaurant centered on California-style cuisine. Weekend brunch, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m, includes everything from avocado toast, a daily quiche, and French toast to steak and eggs, pork sandwich, and meat and cheese boards. Pair with coffee, tea, or a brunch cocktail.

Foundation Social Eatery

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Sunday brunch is now served at Foundation Social Eatery, the recently relocated restaurant from chef Mel Toledo in the heart of downtown Alpharetta. Keep it light with a little gem salad and burrata toast. Or indulge in dishes like French toast bread pudding, Calabrian pork sausage poutine, and a croque madame. Order a Bloody Mary or espresso martini, or keep it classic with a Corpse Reviver. Reservations highly encouraged.

Postino West Midtown

With two Atlanta locations along the Marietta Street Artery and the other in Buckhead, Postino Wine Cafe offers weekend brunch now, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dine on ricotta fritters, egg toast, and panettone French toast paired with brunch cocktails like the Sherry Mary, a take on the Bloody Mary with oloroso sherry and rainwater madeira.

Bastone

Brunch is now served on the weekends at Howell Mill Italian restaurant Bastone. Served from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., indulge in an Italian brunch spread along the bar and a menu featuring a burger, shakshuka, and pasta dishes.

Virgil's Gullah Kitchen & Bar West Midtown

Marietta Street marks the second location of the popular College Park restaurant dedicated to serving Gullah Geechee cuisine. And with its June opening on the edge of the Georgia Tech campus comes Virgil’s equally popular weekend Soul brunch. DJs spin tunes while folks dine on fried oysters, fush (fried fish) and grits, bussin’ corn muffins, and an Afta Church plate complete with wings, greens, and mac and cheese. There’s plenty of breakfast cocktails, too, including mimosas and sangria. Grab a seat upstairs on the second floor patio or a street-side table on the ground floor patio.

26 Thai Kitchen & Bar (Midtown)

Indulge in a Thai-style brunch on the weekends at this Midtown restaurant. Starting at 12 p.m., dine on dishes like tom yum lobster bisque, Thai chicken and purple waffles, curry chicken satay and peanut sauce sandwiches, and mini coconut pancakes.

Le Bon Nosh

The all-day restaurant and wine bar in Buckhead recently kicked off a new weekend brunch. As with lunch and dinner here, chef and owner Forough Vakili fuses her Persian roots with French twists in the brunch dishes on the menu at Le Bon Nosh. Order everything from shakshouka and a French omelette with boursin cheese to duck confit fried rice topped with a sunny egg and a breakfast plate with two eggs, bacon, duck fat potatoes, and grilled sourdough. Order a mimosa or a Bloody Mary, too.

Isla & Co. Buckhead

Brunch is available Wednesday through Sunday at Isla and Company in Buckhead. With a menu centered on Australian-style coffee and food that also draws inspiration from countries around Europe and Southeast Asia, expect dishes like the Brekkie Roll (BEC on a toasted brioche bun), mushroom toast on sourdough, and brioche French toast, as well as fish and chips and shrimp vodka rigatoni.

JenChan's

The Lunar New Year in 2023 marked the kickoff of a brand new, all-day brunch at this Cabbagetown restaurant. Sundays at JenChan’s now feature Yum Cha brunch with dumplings galore, short rib egg rolls, egg and cheese bao buns, and lion’s mane poutine, along with miso five-spice doughnuts, buttermilk biscuit sandwiches, and soy sauce deviled eggs. Order oolong tea service or a Bloody Mary and tuck into this Sunday brunch.

5Church Buckhead

The newest location of 5Church in Buckhead just kicked off weekend brunch in July. Served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., expect a menu featuring charred avocado toast, crawfish and grits, liege waffles, and eggs Florentine. There’s also heartier dishes served during brunch, too, including slow-roasted prime rib and a burger topped with gruyere cheese and bacon on a duck fat brioche bun. Pair brunch with a mimosa, a Bloody Mary, or a glass of sangria.

 

TBB 122

Recently opened in Alpharetta, TBB 122 is an all-day cafe and restaurant centered on California-style cuisine. Weekend brunch, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m, includes everything from avocado toast, a daily quiche, and French toast to steak and eggs, pork sandwich, and meat and cheese boards. Pair with coffee, tea, or a brunch cocktail.

Foundation Social Eatery

Sunday brunch is now served at Foundation Social Eatery, the recently relocated restaurant from chef Mel Toledo in the heart of downtown Alpharetta. Keep it light with a little gem salad and burrata toast. Or indulge in dishes like French toast bread pudding, Calabrian pork sausage poutine, and a croque madame. Order a Bloody Mary or espresso martini, or keep it classic with a Corpse Reviver. Reservations highly encouraged.

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