12 Atlanta Brunch Spots You Need to Visit
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Atlanta is full of great brunch spots (all food, actually) and this list could probably go on and on, but we have narrowed it down to 12 spots you might not have visited yet that you need to soon. Whatever part of Atlanta you are in, there’s a great spot for you. Some are trendy, others more traditional. It all depends on your interests (and taste buds).
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Our 12 brunch spots in Atlanta you need to visit:
The Mercury - Located in Ponce City Market, this place has a 60s, mid-century vibe.
Muchacho - Retro, West Coast, and casual. Plus, breakfast tacos.
Canoe - If you like fancy, this farm-to-table place is for you. Most people know them for the elegant dinners, but their brunch is top-notch.
Red Pepper Taqueria - This Town Brookhaven Mexican place is a great spot to hang for a few hours.
Kaleidoscope - Roomy, comfortable, and a local neighborhood vibe with an international brunch menu.
Bread & Butter - European-inspired space in Covington that is both whimsical and delicious.
The Nook - Three words: World. Famous. Totchos.
A Mano - An elegant, cozy cottage in Old Fourth Ward (but note: they only do brunch on Sundays)
South City Kitchen - Southern classics so good, they have two locations - Buckhead and Midtown
The Marietta Local - Located on the Marietta Square, they are rustic-chic with a counter serve breakfast.
Tupelo Honey - All-day brunch full of Southern comfort food - count us in.
Ration + Dram - If you love a good outdoor seating area, this place is great for you. From beignets to chicken biscuits, they have a little of everything.