Can We Point You to the Best Brunch in Atlanta on Sunday?

Whether you live in the area or are just passing through on the weekend, brunch in Atlanta on Sunday is a taste treat!

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Brunch in Atlanta on Sunday (and Saturday, too!)

 

For the out-of-towner on vacation, those just stopping by the city for a quick bite to eat, or locals that rarely venture out of their neighborhoods, having some inside food scoop is valuable. Knowing the best places for brunch in Atlanta on Sunday comes in handy week after week.

 

We strive to make life easier with all kinds of “best of” lists. So here are our picks for five places that serve an incredible Sunday brunch Atlanta-style. We’ve even got reservation and order links, so you’ve now got a one-stop shop for eggs, grits, and so much more!

Atlanta Breakfast Club

The Atlanta Breakfast Club is located in the heart of the city. It’s frequented by anyone who’s already given it a try. Reasonable prices and specialty entrees line the menu, providing you with plenty of great options in separate breakfast and lunch sections.

 

Southern food favorites for Atlanta Sunday brunch

We’d be remiss if we didn’t recommend Atlanta Breakfast Club’s Gulf Shrimp & Grits on the breakfast menu. Priced at $15.95, it features gulf shrimp, chicken sausage, and jalapeno gravy served on top of grits and cooked to perfection.

 

Another standout dish that represents its southern heritage well is the Fried Green Tomato BLT biscuit entrée. You get fried green tomatoes, bacon, avocado, and sweet corn “caviar” served on two hearty biscuits, all for only $13.95.

 

For one of the best places for brunch in Atlanta on Sunday, you’ve got to hit the Club!

 

Sunday Brunch Hours: 6:30 AM to 3 PM

Average Entrée Pricing:  $15.00

Address:  249 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30313

Atlanta Breakfast Club:  Website

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Canoe Atlanta

With a view that you have to see to believe, Canoe is as much about the overall atmosphere as it is about the fantastic brunch specials. The expansive outdoor patio overlooking beautiful gardens sets the stage for an impressive Sunday brunch in Atlanta.

 

They have a wide selection of incredible dishes to choose from, including brunch specials. One unique entrée is the Duck’N’Beef Burger. It’s served with a sunny side egg, cooked spinach and onions, and truffle fries, priced at just $16.00.

 

If you love crab meat, the perfect appetizer is the She-Crab Soup, for $14.00. As you enjoy the food at Canoe Atlanta, you’ll want to stay for the mood!

 

Sunday Brunch Hours: 10:30 AM to 2:30 PM

Average Entrée Pricing:  $15.00

Address:  4199 Paces Ferry Rd SE, Atlanta, GA 30339

Canoe Atlanta:  Website

Local Three Kitchen & Bar

One of the best things about Local Three is that it prides itself and serving only the freshest ingredients. That ensures they continually provide the most satisfying dishes that they can.

 

A unique “for the table” starter section of the brunch menu includes the “Smoked Salmon Platter.” The tasty seafood is accompanied by smooth cheese, lemon, and pita bread. It’s an excellent shareable for just $17.99.

 

One of the brunch bests

Then, you’ve got to try the Big Ol’ Chicken Biscuit. It’s what the name implies – a big old chicken breakfast sandwich. But it goes to the next level with smoked apple butter, giving it that southern flair, priced at $24.95.

 

In our opinion, brunch in Atlanta on Sunday should center around a Big Ol’ Chicken Biscuit!

 

Sunday Brunch Hours: 10 AM to 2 PM

Average Entrée Pricing:  $20.00-$25.00

Address:  3290 Northside Pkwy NW, Atlanta, GA 30327

Local Three Kitchen & Bar:  Website

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West Egg Café

The West Egg Café offers great brunch dishes and affordable prices, not too far from Georgia Tech. Its menu features a wide assortment of breakfast specials. They’re not just traditional fare but also specialty dishes that will catch your eye and pique your curiosity.

 

One of those specialties includes the Tofu Scramble. Priced at just $9.75, it’s perfect for diners who aren’t meat-eaters. The tofu scramble is combined vegetarian sausage, mushrooms, spinach, onion, and peppers. Plus, you get your choice of garlic grits or skillet potatoes (we’d ask for both!)

 

West Egg Café’s menu also features black bean cakes, which you can order with a side of eggs for only $10.00. Or, share those yummy and unique breakfast cakes as a side or appetizer for $6.00. The menu has plenty of variety to keep you coming back. And, as you can see, the price is right!

 

Sunday Brunch Hours: 8 AM to 3 PM

Average Entrée Pricing: $10.00

Address: 1100 Howell Mill Rd, Atlanta, GA 30318

West Egg Café:  Website and reservations

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Sun in My Belly

Not only does Sun in my Belly have a humorous name, but they also cater to events all over central Georgia. And that’s all while operating a full-service brunch café.

 

In addition to Sunday brunch, Atlanta’s Sun in My Belly also has a dinner menu. If you hang around long enough, you can do both!

 

Cheese in your belly

One of our top recommendations from the breakfast entrees is the Kirkwood Breakfast. It’s named after the Kirkwood Building in which the café resides. For only $11.00, you get scrambled eggs with Boursin cheese made in-house, served with honey-grazed bacon.

 

Other notable dishes include the Quiche of the Day, and the Scrambled Egg Pressed Panini. With tasty dishes like this, it’s no wonder that their catering is in high demand!

 

Sunday Brunch Hours: 8 AM to 3 PM

Average Entrée Pricing: $10.00

Address:  2161 College Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30317

Sun in My Belly:  Website (to order online, doesn’t take reservations)

 

More than the Best Brunch in Atlanta on Sunday

When you’re planning brunch in Atlanta on Sunday, venture outside of your comfort zone (or at least your immediate area!) The five places we’ve recommended might not be within a mile of your church or home, but they’re worth the trip.

 

While we’re encouraging you to try new things, we’re also recommending you do the same thing every week. That’s to return to the OTL City Guides to see what’s new. You can also add your email to our private email list (below). We send occasional updates on the local information and the OTL Seat Fillers Club and Guide Me at Home service.

 

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