From Upscale and Elegant to Hipster and Trendy, Brunch is On!

For the upscale, special occasion brunch the choice is either the Ritz-Carlton in Buckhead or Park 75 at the Four Seasons in Midtown. And endless array of choices await diners at either one of these locations. Whether you fancy a carving station, full of meat-centric choices, a delicious offering of various shellfish like crab legs, oysters and shrimp or the perennial favorites like waffles and made to order omelets, they are all available at either one of these upscale restaurants in a posh atmosphere.

For those seeking unique and southern, yet still somewhat upscale head to Canoe or Murphy’s. Though these restaurants are located in different neighborhoods, they have been pleasing guests for decades with excellent service is a friendly atmosphere. Don’t expect to simply walk-in. Reservations are a must.

For a more trendy vibe head of the Inman Park / Old Fourth Ward area and dine at the Highland Bakery or at Park’s Edge. Both feature delicious menu selections but are a bit more trendy than their other brunch counterparts.

For those looking for a satisfying brunch that is still easy on the wallet head to Sun in My Belly or Urban Pl8. These two trendy spots fall into the hipster category. They both are out of the way locations, but the reward is how tasty the selections you’ll find at these spots are. Both offer plenty of free parking on-site too.

Grab your friends and head out to one of these fun spots for a phenomenal brunch you won’t soon forget!



One of the more inexpensive restaurants for brunch, they don't sacrifice on the taste. Come early as they don't take reservations. This down home southern is well worth the wait though. While it does get crowded at brunch, Breakfast is served...  Read More

Virginia Highland


The lines get mighty long for brunch at this Virginia Highland hot spot. But don't worry if you have to wait a bit. There are plenty of neat stores and shops to peruse while you wait. You can work up an appetite waiting as you should come...  Read More

Park 75
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Park 75, located inside the Four Seasons in Midtown, Atlanta is the epitome of luxury. The beautiful marble everywhere you turn and the smell of fresh flowers wafting throughout the hotel as guests ascend the stairs to the dining room is just...  Read More



Although there are other locations to this favorite brunch spot of in-towners, the original in Old Fourth Ward remains a favorite. One of the most beloved dishes on the menu is the sweet potato pancakes. For a hearty breakfast or brunch get the...  Read More



There's a fun and kitschy décor in this Kirkwood spot. This hardware store turned restaurant offers comfy couches begging guests to linger over lattes and cappuccinos. Some breakfast favorites are the Kirkwood (scrambled eggs with boursin...  Read More

Photo courtesy of Canoe Restaurant


Canoe has been pleasing guests with its upscale southern cuisine for decades. What could be more peaceful than enjoying a relaxing brunch while overlooking the Chattahoochee river? It is the perfect spot when you are trying to impress someone....  Read More



Brunch at the Ritz-Carlton in Buckhead, remains the most elegant and generous offering in the city. Beginning with tasty coffee, fresh squeezed orange juice and delicious champagne, you know you are in for a special brunch. Perennial favorites...  Read More


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