Brunch is arguably the most important meal of the week. From the endless selections of food and drink to the pure afternoon delight, brunch is a must. When it comes to finding the best spots for a party brunch with your friends, here are our top choices in Atlanta
The Cafe at the Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead
The city's most renowned brunch, The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead showcases more than 100 selections of food with an delectable display of desserts. The best part: make a Kir, Bellini or a delightful champagne cocktail at the Bubble Bar.
Chicken and the Egg
Opened for brunch on Saturday and Sunday, this Marietta restaurant is a true gem. Known for its modern farmstead far, Chicken and the Egg, has a great atmosphere and even better food. The brunch menu is extensive offering Before Brunch items like Old Fashioned Donuts. For the main course, see if you can handle the Afternoon Nap (three eggs, bacon, sausage, hashbrowns, casserole or grits and a biscuit).
This is a great spot for those who like variety. Every week, brunch patrons are invited "behind the curtains" and into the kitchen for a special brunch buffet. Think Risotto Nero with Shrimp, Calamari, Jalapeno and Arugula or French Toast with Burnt Honey and Sherry
This Virginia Highland restaurant is a classic spot for a fun and delicious brunch. With a mouthwatering selection of goodies, including Malted Waffles (with warm Maple syrup and cinnamon butter) and an array of egg dishes and frittatas, you can't go wrong. Oh, and the fresh-squeezed OJ is the icing on the cake. Mimosa anyone?
Next time you have guests in from out of town, impress them with brunch at Canoe. Tucked away along the Chattahoochee River, Canoe offers a serene and peaceful atmosphere and gorgeous views of the water. Not to mention they serve the best Georgia Pecan Sticky Buns in town along with a full menu of mouthwatering dishes.