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Brunch is back at no. 246 in Decatur and it includes breakfast pizza.
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Where to Brunch Right Now Around Atlanta

New brunches and brunch buffets to hit in and around Atlanta this month

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Brunch is back at no. 246 in Decatur and it includes breakfast pizza.
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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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La Panarda

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Brunch is served on Saturdays, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., at this new restaurant from chef Deborah VanTrece in Cascade Heights. Look for a $45 per person Saturday soul brunch buffet, complete with live music throughout the meal.

Humble Pie

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Backed by Lazy Betty chefs Ron Hsu and Aaron Phillips, Humble Pie joins a collection of new restaurants now open at the Interlock on Howell Mill Road. An open and airy restaurant filled with natural light and multiple seating areas, including an upstairs mezzanine and patios with indoor/outdoor bars, expect wood-fired pizzas such as a classic margherita, a clam pie, or broccoli and cheddar on wheat and sourdough crusts served during lunch and dinner. The restaurant is now open for Sunday brunch, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m, serving dishes like breakfast calzones stuffed with bacon, pepperoni, mozzarella, cheddar, and scrambled eggs, a BEC pizza, and a chicken biscuit topped with Chinese chili crisp. Reservations encouraged.

Southern-Caribbean restaurant Apt 4B in Buckhead is now serving both lunch and brunch, Tuesday through Friday, from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Think caramelized banana waffles, a jerk chicken omelet, oxtail sandwich topped with a fried egg and smoked gouda cheese, and codfish fritters among the brunch dishes to choose from at Apt 4B. Reservations encouraged.

AltaToro

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Skillets of seafood paella, colorful ceviches, and salsa dancing aren’t the only things served at AltaToro in Midtown these days. The high-energy tapas restaurant now offers weekend brunch, starting at 11 a.m. Look for dishes like churro chicken and waffles, mezcal-cured salmon tostadas, and the Toro breakfast burrito stuffed with pork sausage, potatoes, onions, tomatoes, jalapenos, eggs, and mole negro avocado crema fresca.

Livingston Restaurant + Bar

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The restaurant at the elegant and historic Georgian Terrace hotel is back open and serving brunch on the weekends near the Fox Theatre. Look for fried green tomatoes topped with pimento cheese and bacon, wedges of spinach and mushroom quiche, and shrimp and grits with tasso ham and Creole gravy paired with brunch cocktails and sangria. How about an order of the towering coconut cream pie French toast paired with a bloody mary? Reservations highly encouraged, especially before matinees at the Fox.

Weekend brunch is now served, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Carmel in Buckhead. Expect dishes like oysters with jalapeno marmalade, hot sauce, and mignonette, cinnamon rolls topped with orange cream cheese, brunch potatoes served with aioli and chili oil, and a decadent lobster scramble. A brunch burger comes topped with aioli, half sour pickles, pork belly, grilled onions, Oaxaca cheese, and a fried egg.

Casa Almenara

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Brunch and bottomless mimosas are served every day the restaurant is open, starting at 11:30 a.m. on weekdays, and 10 a.m. on weekends. Led in the kitchen by chef Nelly Terraza, expect dishes like empanadas stuffed with steak and Oaxaca cheese, steak and eggs topped with chimichurri, huevos divorciados, and shrimp and grits served with crispy polenta during brunch. The restaurant transitions to dinner and cocktails in the late afternoon.

JenChan's

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There’s now an all-day brunch at this Cabbagetown restaurant on weekends. JenChan’s features a 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 brunch.

Foundation Social Eatery

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Sunday brunch is served at Foundation Social Eatery, the 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.

no. 246

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The Decatur red sauce restaurant from Ford Fry recently relaunched its popular weekend brunch. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., No. 246 offers a prix-fixe brunch for $35 per person that includes dishes like eggs in purgatory, smoked salmon benedict, breakfast pizza, and tagliatelle carbonara with pancetta and crispy egg.

La Panarda

Brunch is served on Saturdays, from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., at this new restaurant from chef Deborah VanTrece in Cascade Heights. Look for a $45 per person Saturday soul brunch buffet, complete with live music throughout the meal.

Humble Pie

Backed by Lazy Betty chefs Ron Hsu and Aaron Phillips, Humble Pie joins a collection of new restaurants now open at the Interlock on Howell Mill Road. An open and airy restaurant filled with natural light and multiple seating areas, including an upstairs mezzanine and patios with indoor/outdoor bars, expect wood-fired pizzas such as a classic margherita, a clam pie, or broccoli and cheddar on wheat and sourdough crusts served during lunch and dinner. The restaurant is now open for Sunday brunch, from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m, serving dishes like breakfast calzones stuffed with bacon, pepperoni, mozzarella, cheddar, and scrambled eggs, a BEC pizza, and a chicken biscuit topped with Chinese chili crisp. Reservations encouraged.

APT 4B

Southern-Caribbean restaurant Apt 4B in Buckhead is now serving both lunch and brunch, Tuesday through Friday, from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Think caramelized banana waffles, a jerk chicken omelet, oxtail sandwich topped with a fried egg and smoked gouda cheese, and codfish fritters among the brunch dishes to choose from at Apt 4B. Reservations encouraged.

AltaToro

Skillets of seafood paella, colorful ceviches, and salsa dancing aren’t the only things served at AltaToro in Midtown these days. The high-energy tapas restaurant now offers weekend brunch, starting at 11 a.m. Look for dishes like churro chicken and waffles, mezcal-cured salmon tostadas, and the Toro breakfast burrito stuffed with pork sausage, potatoes, onions, tomatoes, jalapenos, eggs, and mole negro avocado crema fresca.

Livingston Restaurant + Bar

The restaurant at the elegant and historic Georgian Terrace hotel is back open and serving brunch on the weekends near the Fox Theatre. Look for fried green tomatoes topped with pimento cheese and bacon, wedges of spinach and mushroom quiche, and shrimp and grits with tasso ham and Creole gravy paired with brunch cocktails and sangria. How about an order of the towering coconut cream pie French toast paired with a bloody mary? Reservations highly encouraged, especially before matinees at the Fox.

Carmel

Weekend brunch is now served, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Carmel in Buckhead. Expect dishes like oysters with jalapeno marmalade, hot sauce, and mignonette, cinnamon rolls topped with orange cream cheese, brunch potatoes served with aioli and chili oil, and a decadent lobster scramble. A brunch burger comes topped with aioli, half sour pickles, pork belly, grilled onions, Oaxaca cheese, and a fried egg.

Casa Almenara

Brunch and bottomless mimosas are served every day the restaurant is open, starting at 11:30 a.m. on weekdays, and 10 a.m. on weekends. Led in the kitchen by chef Nelly Terraza, expect dishes like empanadas stuffed with steak and Oaxaca cheese, steak and eggs topped with chimichurri, huevos divorciados, and shrimp and grits served with crispy polenta during brunch. The restaurant transitions to dinner and cocktails in the late afternoon.

JenChan's

There’s now an all-day brunch at this Cabbagetown restaurant on weekends. JenChan’s features a 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 brunch.

Foundation Social Eatery

Sunday brunch is served at Foundation Social Eatery, the 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.

no. 246

The Decatur red sauce restaurant from Ford Fry recently relaunched its popular weekend brunch. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., No. 246 offers a prix-fixe brunch for $35 per person that includes dishes like eggs in purgatory, smoked salmon benedict, breakfast pizza, and tagliatelle carbonara with pancetta and crispy egg.

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