The Most Delicious Brunch Spots In Atlanta

Whether it’s a stack of pancakes, shrimp and grits or the best mimosa you have ever had, Atlantans are very particular about their brunch spots. And with so many options for a weekend brunch, we edited our list down to the top five. Now go check out one or all of these haute brunch spots in Atlanta in 2017 and enjoy your brunch.

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Mirroring its Dunwoody outpost, the Miami Circle location of Eclipse di Luna  now serves a Spanish tapas-style brunch every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. alongside bottomless mimosas from 12 to 4 p.m., half off select wine bottles all day and live Latin music. Developed and curated by executive chef Brian Owen, the  brunch menu is filled with traditional tapas-style dishes such as huevos benedicto served with a poached egg, crispy serrano ham and saffron Hollandaise; salmon ahumado de coca with smoked salmon, Calabrian cream cheese, lemon vinaigrette and fresh herbs; and torrejas, a Spanish-style French toast. Looking for something even sweeter? The Churros featuring spiced sugar, chocolate and espresso are a must for your table.

Location: 764 Miami Circle, Atlanta


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The neighborhood bakery and cafe has a mouthwatering spread of fresh baked goods ranging from cookies to radical pastries and specialty decorative cakes. But there is a reason people get up extra early to get a seat for brunch at one of the many Highland Bakery Locations in Atlanta. The menu is filled with all kinds of goodies like sweet potato pancakes and shrimp and grits and country fried steak benedict. So the hardest decision you will have to make is what you are going to order here.

Location:  655 Highland Avenue NE, No. 10, Atlanta, GA 30312



In the mood for some doughnuts? Head to BeetleCat for the doughnut-centric brunch filled with booze, doughnuts and hash browns. Leave it to Ford Fry to transform his seafood restaurant into a doughnut-centric brunch oasis. Choose from plain glazed doughnuts or go a little more elaborate with a French Toast Stack made with griddled donuts, maple syrup and strawberries. Either way, the brews on draft and the creative mixed drinks like the Fuzzy Naval Mimosa, made with Stirrings Peach Liqueur, orange juice and sparkling wine.

Location: 299 N. Highland Ave N.E., Atlanta, GA 30307


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This is the new favorite on our brunch and breakfast list. In addition to featuring authentic Brooklyn-style bagels, Brooklyn Water Bagel has been credited with pioneering the industry’s first coffee ice cubes to prevent iced coffee dilution. The brand’s full menu includes egg sandwiches, deli sandwiches, omelets and muffins along with a variety of farm-sourced and artisan-roasted coffee blends. The coffee ice cubes are reason enough to drive a little further outside of the city to get your caffeine fix, but we are most excited about the famous New York-Style Reuben Sandwich and Brooklyn Caesar Salad.

Location: 2955 Cobb Parkway S.E. #420, Atlanta, GA 30339



Avoid the Sunday scaries with Watershed’s Sunday jazz brunch. Every Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Watershed is serving up a selection of brunch favorites with a twist from executive chef Zeb Stevenson such as bread pudding French toast and a delicious crab cake sandwich. Wash it down with a “Bay Bloody” with bay seasoned vodka, Ubon’s bloody Mary mix and chef’s seasonal pickle. Great food and a great vibe for your weekly brunch.

Location: 1820 Peachtree Road NW, Atlanta, GA 30309