Top 5 Sunday Brunch In Atlanta

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Nothing beats a delicious spread of food, a relaxing atmosphere and hearty selection of cocktails on Sunday morning. Here are the best spots in Atlanta to grab your friends and indulge in a Sunday brunch tradition.

1 The General Muir

A tribute to the classic New York Deli, this Emory Point restaurant is a shining star in the city with a can't beat selection of hand-rolled and kettle boiled bagels, house-cured pastrami and morning-themed cocktails like The General Mary.
1540 Avenue Place, Suite B-230 Atlanta, GA 30329

2 Highland Bakery

The bakery/neighborhood cafe has a mouthwatering spread of fresh baked goods ranging from cookies to radical pastries and specialty decorative cakes. And the menu is filled with goodies like sweet potato pancakes and shrimp and grits.
655 Highland Avenue NE, No. 10, Atlanta, GA 30312

3 Holeman & Finch

Gastro-pub with flair. The Sunday brunch is all about a slightly modern take on Southern comfort. Think Bacon Caramel popcorn, coke floats and Chicken liver pate. And, of course, the famous and sought-after cheeseburger.
2277 Peachtree Road Atlanta, GA 30309

4 One Eared Stag

Grab a bite at One Eared Stag on Sunday and you can consider your hangover all but cured. A mix of greasy cures like bacon, eggs and vanilla pancakes pair perfectly with a Redneck mimosa.
1029 Edgewood Ave Atlanta, GA 30307

5 The Cafe at the Ritz-Carlton Buckhead

Considered to be the city's most renowned places for brunch, The Cafe at the Ritz showcases more than 100 selections with an amazing array of desserts. And of course, you can't miss the Bubble Bar where you make a Kir, Bellini or a champagne cocktail.
3434 Peachtree Road, N.E., Atlanta, Georgia 30326
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