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Breakfast bánh mì from Juniper Cafe in Atlanta.
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15 New Brunches to Check Out This Month Around Atlanta

From French toast and breakfast burgers to BEC egg rolls and duck confit fried rice topped with a sunny egg paired with a Bloody Mary

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Breakfast bánh mì at Juniper Cafe.
| Eric Sun Photography

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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1. Paces & Vine Restaurant

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4300 Paces Ferry Rd SE #250
Atlanta, GA 30339
(404) 205-8255
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After discontinuing brunch during the early days of the pandemic, Sunday brunch is finally back at Paces and Vine. Expect to find “enormous” gooey cinnamon rolls here (the size of a dinner plate,) Nutella French toast, brisket hash, and hangover fries topped with cheese sauce and bacon and chorizo sprinkled with chives. Order a glass of fresh-squeezed orange juice and a cup of coffee or try the white peach lavender bellini.

 

2. Juniper Cafe

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2260 Marietta Blvd NW
Atlanta, GA 30318
(470) 427-3057
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This Vietnamese restaurant and bakery from Lazy Betty chefs Ron Hsu and Aaron Phillips debuted at the end of 2021 serving pho, bún, bánh mì, Vietnamese sausages, summer rolls, and shaved ice desserts paired with cocktails and wine. Hsu and Phillips recently added brunch to the menu every Sunday, featuring breakfast pastries like Juniper Cafe’s popular Turkish egg bread, a Vietnamese hot honey chicken biscuit, grilled lemongrass pork and eggs, and bacon, egg, and vegetable fried rice. Try the BEC egg rolls, too, stuffed with smoked bacon, scrambled eggs, and cheese served with a spiced marmalade dipping sauce.

3. Poach Social

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112 Ormond St SE
Atlanta, GA 30315
(678) 974-7324
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A newer addition to the Summerhill dining scene, Poach Social resides next to Talat Market and includes everything from chipotle-smoked sausage and eggs and salmon lox breakfast sandwiches to heartier brunch dishes, like shrimp and grits, brioche French toast, and watermelon and goat cheese quinoa and farro salad. Poach Social is open daily, which means it serves breakfast and brunch no matter the day of the week. Pair a meal here with fresh juices or a carafe of mimosas with friends.

4. Saints + Council

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1221 Peachtree St NE Suite 130
Atlanta, GA 30309
(770) 731-8159
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Weekend brunch at this new Colony Square restaurant features cinnamon creme pancakes, steak and eggs, and caramelized onion and mushroom quiche among its menu offerings. Partake in one of Saints and Council’s decadent hot chocolate drinks, like the cookies and cream blending milk and white chocolates together topped with whipped cream and Oreo crumbles. Looking for a Bloody Mary? Order the extra spicy Lemon Pepper Bloody Mary with peppercorn vodka garnished with blue cheese olives and dried-brined carrots and celery.

5. Le Bon Nosh

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65 Irby Ave NW Suite 103
Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 835-2007
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The all-day cafe 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.

6. Adele's Atlanta

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525 Edgewood Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30312
(470) 890-1700
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Edgewood Avenue’s newest restaurant serves a Sunday brunch buffet, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., for folks who like to graze with choices. Look for biscuits and gravy, an assortment of bagels with toppings, pancakes, and quiche with sides of cheesy grits, bacon, and sausage. There’s also larger entrees offered on the buffet, including roasted salmon and pulled pork, as well as mac and cheese, collards, and fried okra.

7. Atrium

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675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE #158
Atlanta, GA 30308
(404) 600-3939
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This Ponce City Market restaurant opened in January, and it’s already at hit, especially during dinner. Now Atrium adds weekend brunch to the mix, offering dishes like challah French toast, sweet potato hash blended with harissa-tahini topped with a fried egg, and flatbread topped with bechamel, a runny egg, chives, and pecorino. Order mimosa bottle service here during brunch or a bloody mary mixed with tomato, garlic, hot sauce, horseradish, celery salt, and turmeric. There’s also an espresso martini on the drink menu.

8. Tiny Lou's

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789 Ponce De Leon Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30306
(470) 485-0085
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The weekend brunch menu at French-Southern restaurant Tiny Lou’s at Hotel Clermont recently received a revamp. In addition to a traditional croquet monsieur on the menu, expect duck confit and waffles, a savory chive comte cheese crepe, and caramelized brioche French toast topped with fresh berries and Grand Marnier creme anglaise. Pair brunch with a Bloody Mary, French 75, or espresso martini.

9. Wegman's Bayou Louisiana Kitchen

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1169 Canton St
Roswell, GA 30075
(770) 594-0655
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Chef Marc Wegman recently opened Wegman’s Bayou Louisiana Kitchen in the former Adele’s Cajun restaurant space on Canton Street in Roswell. The restaurant features brunch, too, with dishes like crawfish gravy and biscuits, a daily quiche, and pork chop and eggs.

10. Delbar Middle Eastern

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870 Inman Vlg Pkwy NE Suite 1
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 500-1444
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This Inman Park Middle Eastern restaurant just launched weekend brunch service, which includes sujuk and eggs (beef sausage), shakshuka, Turkish bagels, and barbari bread sprinkled with tumeric and sesame seeds and topped with whipped feta and candied pistachios. Order Turkish coffee, fresh pomegranate juice, or a morning cocktail, such as the gin-based Parrot Pact with ginger, honey, and grapefruit radler or the Mitra’s Tea with Persian tea-infused rum, Hennessy, amaretto, apricot, and Earl Grey tea.

11. Yao Atlanta

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237 Perimeter Center Pkwy NE
Dunwoody, GA 30346
(770) 557-0353
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This Thai-Chinese restaurant Yao in Dunwoody now offers a weekend dim sum brunch, complete with mimosas. Head here for everything from pork and shrimp shumai, custard buns, and char sui baos to spring rolls and dumplings stuffed with a juicy pork meatball. 

12. Mighty Hans at Gato

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1660 McLendon Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 371-0889
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Only served on Saturdays, the Taiwanese brunch from Mighty Hans is not to be missed. Expect dishes from the latest pop-up hosted at Gato in Candler Park to include a pineapple glaze doughnut (feng li su) filled with pineapple custard, Taiwanese rice balls (fan tuan) made from hot sticky rice stuffed with pickled radish, pickled mustard greens, a braised egg, pork floss, and cruller, braised pork belly over rice with a jammy egg (lu rou fan), and even dragon fruit mochi doughnuts. The scallion pancake BEC (bacon, egg, cheese, duck fat, and garlic bean paste) is a must-try dish from this pop-up, as is the rice porridge made with Anson mills gold rice and grits, pork floss, pickled mustard, fried onions, and an onsen tamago egg. Follow on Instagram for updates.

13. Baker Dude Emory Village

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1565 N Decatur Rd
Atlanta, GA 30307
(404) 458-1283
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Everyday is brunch day at the newest location of Baker Dude, now open at Emory Village. The bakery and cafe, owned by Orran Booher, serves dishes like a pesto egg wrap, Belgian waffles, a chicken mushroom omelette, and a waffle sandwich stuffed with cheesy eggs, bacon, and chicken sausage. On the weekends, brunch is served until 2 p.m.

14. Ms. Iceys Kitchen & Bar

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1371 Clairmont Rd
Atlanta, GA 30033
(404) 963-7871
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After closing three months ago to revamp the menu and interiors, the popular Southern-Caribbean restaurant known for its buzzy and boozy weekend brunches is back open on Clairmont. Expect dishes like satlfish mangu with mashed green plantains with two fried eggs, fried fish and grits, and etoufee with blackened shrimp, crawfish, and andouille chicken sausage. Try Ms. Icey’s take on the classic BEC sandwich called the PEC — plantains topped with fried eggs and American cheese on mountain bread.

15. Belle & Lily's Caribbean Brunch House

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3350 Chamblee Tucker Rd Suite D
Atlanta, GA 30341
(470) 294-2900
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A new addition to the all-day brunch scene in Atlanta, Belle and Lily’s is now a bonafide hit with Atlanta’s brunchy set. This Embry Hills restaurant gives brunch a bit of a twist, too, leaning into the owners’ Caribbean roots with dishes like conch fritters, tostones stuffed with crab and lobster meat, halal jerk chicken and buttermilk pancakes, and fried parrot fish with sweet plantains. Pair brunch here with a passionfruit mimosa or the Zoe Elixir made with elderflower liqueur, passionfruit juice, and champagne.

1. Paces & Vine Restaurant

4300 Paces Ferry Rd SE #250, Atlanta, GA 30339

After discontinuing brunch during the early days of the pandemic, Sunday brunch is finally back at Paces and Vine. Expect to find “enormous” gooey cinnamon rolls here (the size of a dinner plate,) Nutella French toast, brisket hash, and hangover fries topped with cheese sauce and bacon and chorizo sprinkled with chives. Order a glass of fresh-squeezed orange juice and a cup of coffee or try the white peach lavender bellini.

 

4300 Paces Ferry Rd SE #250
Atlanta, GA 30339

2. Juniper Cafe

2260 Marietta Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30318

This Vietnamese restaurant and bakery from Lazy Betty chefs Ron Hsu and Aaron Phillips debuted at the end of 2021 serving pho, bún, bánh mì, Vietnamese sausages, summer rolls, and shaved ice desserts paired with cocktails and wine. Hsu and Phillips recently added brunch to the menu every Sunday, featuring breakfast pastries like Juniper Cafe’s popular Turkish egg bread, a Vietnamese hot honey chicken biscuit, grilled lemongrass pork and eggs, and bacon, egg, and vegetable fried rice. Try the BEC egg rolls, too, stuffed with smoked bacon, scrambled eggs, and cheese served with a spiced marmalade dipping sauce.

2260 Marietta Blvd NW
Atlanta, GA 30318

3. Poach Social

112 Ormond St SE, Atlanta, GA 30315

A newer addition to the Summerhill dining scene, Poach Social resides next to Talat Market and includes everything from chipotle-smoked sausage and eggs and salmon lox breakfast sandwiches to heartier brunch dishes, like shrimp and grits, brioche French toast, and watermelon and goat cheese quinoa and farro salad. Poach Social is open daily, which means it serves breakfast and brunch no matter the day of the week. Pair a meal here with fresh juices or a carafe of mimosas with friends.

112 Ormond St SE
Atlanta, GA 30315

4. Saints + Council

1221 Peachtree St NE Suite 130, Atlanta, GA 30309

Weekend brunch at this new Colony Square restaurant features cinnamon creme pancakes, steak and eggs, and caramelized onion and mushroom quiche among its menu offerings. Partake in one of Saints and Council’s decadent hot chocolate drinks, like the cookies and cream blending milk and white chocolates together topped with whipped cream and Oreo crumbles. Looking for a Bloody Mary? Order the extra spicy Lemon Pepper Bloody Mary with peppercorn vodka garnished with blue cheese olives and dried-brined carrots and celery.

1221 Peachtree St NE Suite 130
Atlanta, GA 30309

5. Le Bon Nosh

65 Irby Ave NW Suite 103, Atlanta, GA 30305

The all-day cafe 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.

65 Irby Ave NW Suite 103
Atlanta, GA 30305

6. Adele's Atlanta

525 Edgewood Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30312

Edgewood Avenue’s newest restaurant serves a Sunday brunch buffet, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., for folks who like to graze with choices. Look for biscuits and gravy, an assortment of bagels with toppings, pancakes, and quiche with sides of cheesy grits, bacon, and sausage. There’s also larger entrees offered on the buffet, including roasted salmon and pulled pork, as well as mac and cheese, collards, and fried okra.

525 Edgewood Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30312

7. Atrium

675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE #158, Atlanta, GA 30308

This Ponce City Market restaurant opened in January, and it’s already at hit, especially during dinner. Now Atrium adds weekend brunch to the mix, offering dishes like challah French toast, sweet potato hash blended with harissa-tahini topped with a fried egg, and flatbread topped with bechamel, a runny egg, chives, and pecorino. Order mimosa bottle service here during brunch or a bloody mary mixed with tomato, garlic, hot sauce, horseradish, celery salt, and turmeric. There’s also an espresso martini on the drink menu.

675 Ponce De Leon Ave NE #158
Atlanta, GA 30308

8. Tiny Lou's

789 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30306

The weekend brunch menu at French-Southern restaurant Tiny Lou’s at Hotel Clermont recently received a revamp. In addition to a traditional croquet monsieur on the menu, expect duck confit and waffles, a savory chive comte cheese crepe, and caramelized brioche French toast topped with fresh berries and Grand Marnier creme anglaise. Pair brunch with a Bloody Mary, French 75, or espresso martini.

789 Ponce De Leon Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30306

9. Wegman's Bayou Louisiana Kitchen

1169 Canton St, Roswell, GA 30075

Chef Marc Wegman recently opened Wegman’s Bayou Louisiana Kitchen in the former Adele’s Cajun restaurant space on Canton Street in Roswell. The restaurant features brunch, too, with dishes like crawfish gravy and biscuits, a daily quiche, and pork chop and eggs.

1169 Canton St
Roswell, GA 30075

10. Delbar Middle Eastern

870 Inman Vlg Pkwy NE Suite 1, Atlanta, GA 30307

This Inman Park Middle Eastern restaurant just launched weekend brunch service, which includes sujuk and eggs (beef sausage), shakshuka, Turkish bagels, and barbari bread sprinkled with tumeric and sesame seeds and topped with whipped feta and candied pistachios. Order Turkish coffee, fresh pomegranate juice, or a morning cocktail, such as the gin-based Parrot Pact with ginger, honey, and grapefruit radler or the Mitra’s Tea with Persian tea-infused rum, Hennessy, amaretto, apricot, and Earl Grey tea.

870 Inman Vlg Pkwy NE Suite 1
Atlanta, GA 30307

11. Yao Atlanta

237 Perimeter Center Pkwy NE, Dunwoody, GA 30346

This Thai-Chinese restaurant Yao in Dunwoody now offers a weekend dim sum brunch, complete with mimosas. Head here for everything from pork and shrimp shumai, custard buns, and char sui baos to spring rolls and dumplings stuffed with a juicy pork meatball. 

237 Perimeter Center Pkwy NE
Dunwoody, GA 30346

12. Mighty Hans at Gato

1660 McLendon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30307

Only served on Saturdays, the Taiwanese brunch from Mighty Hans is not to be missed. Expect dishes from the latest pop-up hosted at Gato in Candler Park to include a pineapple glaze doughnut (feng li su) filled with pineapple custard, Taiwanese rice balls (fan tuan) made from hot sticky rice stuffed with pickled radish, pickled mustard greens, a braised egg, pork floss, and cruller, braised pork belly over rice with a jammy egg (lu rou fan), and even dragon fruit mochi doughnuts. The scallion pancake BEC (bacon, egg, cheese, duck fat, and garlic bean paste) is a must-try dish from this pop-up, as is the rice porridge made with Anson mills gold rice and grits, pork floss, pickled mustard, fried onions, and an onsen tamago egg. Follow on Instagram for updates.

1660 McLendon Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307

13. Baker Dude Emory Village

1565 N Decatur Rd, Atlanta, GA 30307

Everyday is brunch day at the newest location of Baker Dude, now open at Emory Village. The bakery and cafe, owned by Orran Booher, serves dishes like a pesto egg wrap, Belgian waffles, a chicken mushroom omelette, and a waffle sandwich stuffed with cheesy eggs, bacon, and chicken sausage. On the weekends, brunch is served until 2 p.m.

1565 N Decatur Rd
Atlanta, GA 30307

14. Ms. Iceys Kitchen & Bar

1371 Clairmont Rd, Atlanta, GA 30033

After closing three months ago to revamp the menu and interiors, the popular Southern-Caribbean restaurant known for its buzzy and boozy weekend brunches is back open on Clairmont. Expect dishes like satlfish mangu with mashed green plantains with two fried eggs, fried fish and grits, and etoufee with blackened shrimp, crawfish, and andouille chicken sausage. Try Ms. Icey’s take on the classic BEC sandwich called the PEC — plantains topped with fried eggs and American cheese on mountain bread.

1371 Clairmont Rd
Atlanta, GA 30033

15. Belle & Lily's Caribbean Brunch House

3350 Chamblee Tucker Rd Suite D, Atlanta, GA 30341

A new addition to the all-day brunch scene in Atlanta, Belle and Lily’s is now a bonafide hit with Atlanta’s brunchy set. This Embry Hills restaurant gives brunch a bit of a twist, too, leaning into the owners’ Caribbean roots with dishes like conch fritters, tostones stuffed with crab and lobster meat, halal jerk chicken and buttermilk pancakes, and fried parrot fish with sweet plantains. Pair brunch here with a passionfruit mimosa or the Zoe Elixir made with elderflower liqueur, passionfruit juice, and champagne.

3350 Chamblee Tucker Rd Suite D
Atlanta, GA 30341

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