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Atlanta’s Best Brunch Spots

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Nothing cures a hangover like a hearty brunch! These Atlanta brunch favorites can cure what ails you on a Sunday morning:

Highland Bakery
The original on North Highland Avenue is a cheery little bakery that smells like heaven with a huge dining area in the back serving gigantic breakfast platters with everything you can imagine like corn cakes with poached eggs.

There Brookhaven
Voted “2014 Best Brunch” by Creative Loafing, serving bodacious bloody Marys and chef-driven benedicts and burgers.

True Food Kitchen
Here, one can order a bodacious scramble full of healthy veggies or a refreshing tonic made from freshly juiced organic fruits and veggies.

Corner Bakery
Big loud coffee house in Buckhead with savory, fatty breakfast options to soak up any remaining alcohol.

5 Church
Enjoy Southern-inspired brunch dishes alongside excellent French-style omelets served with frisee’ salad at this new gorgeous art-driven space in Midtown.

Murphy’s
Folks stand in line for their Sunday brunch; snag one of the few tables on the tiny patio if you can.

The General Muir
Todd Ginsberg’s hot spot in Emory Point gets high marks for its frothy cappuccinos and Jewish deli-inspired plates. Get your schmear on!

Java Jive
Strong coffee and dreamy scrambles like goat cheese and leeks served in a completely retro 50’s setting on Ponce.

Sun in My Belly
Cute neighborhood spot serving ridiculously delicious sandwiches like their breakfast panini with scrambled eggs, thick-cut bacon, and cheddar on brioche.

Babettes’s Cafe
Owner and chef Marla Adams continues to impress brunch guests with her country French dishes like the rich croque madame.

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