Brunch – it’s a 21st-century phenomenon that is loved and treasured by many. Although the idea of “brunch” was popularized in England during the late 19th century, it started turning heads in America during the 1930s. A portmanteau of breakfast and lunch, brunch is just that – typically served until 3 o’clock in the afternoon.
Man, all this brunch history is making us hungry! Good thing we know the 3 best spots in Atlanta to enjoy some brunch to-go! Check them out below:
Canoe – 4199 Paces Ferry Road SE, Atlanta, GA 30339
If you’re looking for a brunch option that’s higher in scale, you should undoubtedly check out Canoe. Although you might not be able to enjoy the views of the Chattahoochee River at your apartment home, you’ll still be able to take advantage of a meal that is just as delicious. As a winner of many accolades, including being inducted into the Nation’s Restaurant News’ Hall of Fame, Canoe is full of culinary expertise and passion. Try any one of their Main Course offerings for a special occasion, or just a way to treat yourself after a long week of working from home. We recommend the Brioche French Toast with macerated blueberries & vanilla mascarpone, as well as the Duck N’ Beef Burger with sunnyside egg, wilted spinach, pickled onion, and truffle fries – it’s truly the perfect balance of breakfast and lunch.
Murphy’s Restaurant – 997 Virginia Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
If Atlanta citizens really want to brunch, they go to Murphy’s Restaurant in the well-known and beloved Virginia-Highland neighborhood. Considered one of the most iconic brunches in town, Murphy keeps it simple, delicious, and worth your hard-earned cash. Try the Breakfast Croissant Bacon Sandwich with eggs, melted cheese, and of course, bacon. Buttermilk Pancakes, Chilaquiles, and Avocado Toast are also popular options. One of their most unique items, the Lobster Gazpacho, is made with a mixture of hearty lobster meat and spicy chili oil for a dish that no one can deny. If this weren’t enough, Murphy’s has also decided to serve Thanksgiving-to-Go, with an all-inclusive meal for four people that includes Butternut Squash Soup, Roasted Brined Turkey Breasts, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, and more.
Buttermilk Kitchen – 4225 Roswell Road NE, Atlanta, GA 30342
No one does weekend brunch quite like Buttermilk Kitchen in Atlanta’s Chastain Park neighborhood. Chef Suzanne Vizethann, who actually just released a cookbook, is operating curbside-style on Wednesdays through Sundays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Not only is Buttermilk Kitchen known for some of the best biscuits in Atlanta, including their Chicken Biscuit with housemade pepper jelly and pickles, but they also have plenty of other scrumptious options available, as well. Whether you’re in the mood for their Grit Bowl with stone-ground grits, garlic spinach, roasted tomatoes, and two eggs of any style, or Chicken and Waffle with banner butter, ASW Whisky syrup, and powdered sugar, your stomach will do a happy dance afterward, even if you’re order is just to-go.
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