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12 New Brunches to Check Out This Month Around Atlanta

From a weekend rooftop brunch and brunch in a beer garden to a tapas brunch on the Beltline and a Sunday brunch buffet

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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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Looking for brunch beyond the weekend? Check out these Atlanta restaurants dedicated to nothing but all-day brunch fare.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

Paces & Vine Restaurant

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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.

 

Juniper Cafe

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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 Saturday and 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.

Wild Heaven West End Brewery & Gardens

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Beer, coffee, and brunch: that’s what this West End brewery is serving up every Sunday, starting at 11 a.m. The new Sunday brunch menu at Wild Heaven-West End includes standards like omelettes, waffles, and shrimp and grits, as well as avocado and egg tacos and a mushroom bowl with white rice, tomatoes, and tzatziki. There’s beer on offer from the brewery, of course, and coffee from resident coffee shop Finca to Filter located inside the taproom. Take a seat indoors or at a table in the sprawling beer garden behind the brewery flanking the Westside Beltline trail.

Rooftop L.O.A

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The rooftop restaurant at this resort-style venue atop the Interlock on Atlanta’s westside now serves weekend brunch, starting at 11 a.m. Order everything from mushroom and cheese omelettes, a burger topped with a fried egg and bacon, strozzapreti cacio e pepe, and crêpes mille feuille brûlée paired with mimosas and other brunch cocktails.

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.

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.

Adele's Atlanta

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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.

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.

 

Bar Mercado

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Hop off the Beltline and partake in weekend bunch at this Krog Street Market Spanish restaurant. After taking a bit of a hiatus, brunch returned to Bar Mercado in August, and with some new dishes like chicken and churros, breakfast empanadas, and tequenos (guava and cheese pastry). Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Delbar Middle Eastern

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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.

Belle & Lily's Caribbean Brunch House

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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.

Paces & Vine Restaurant

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.

 

Juniper Cafe

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 Saturday and 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.

Wild Heaven West End Brewery & Gardens

Beer, coffee, and brunch: that’s what this West End brewery is serving up every Sunday, starting at 11 a.m. The new Sunday brunch menu at Wild Heaven-West End includes standards like omelettes, waffles, and shrimp and grits, as well as avocado and egg tacos and a mushroom bowl with white rice, tomatoes, and tzatziki. There’s beer on offer from the brewery, of course, and coffee from resident coffee shop Finca to Filter located inside the taproom. Take a seat indoors or at a table in the sprawling beer garden behind the brewery flanking the Westside Beltline trail.

Rooftop L.O.A

The rooftop restaurant at this resort-style venue atop the Interlock on Atlanta’s westside now serves weekend brunch, starting at 11 a.m. Order everything from mushroom and cheese omelettes, a burger topped with a fried egg and bacon, strozzapreti cacio e pepe, and crêpes mille feuille brûlée paired with mimosas and other brunch cocktails.

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.

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.

Adele's Atlanta

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.

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.

 

Bar Mercado

Hop off the Beltline and partake in weekend bunch at this Krog Street Market Spanish restaurant. After taking a bit of a hiatus, brunch returned to Bar Mercado in August, and with some new dishes like chicken and churros, breakfast empanadas, and tequenos (guava and cheese pastry). Brunch is served Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Delbar Middle Eastern

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.

Belle & Lily's Caribbean Brunch House

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.

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