4 Best Places for Breakfast in Buckhead
4 Breakfasts that will make you glad you did not hit snooze.
You simply cannot go wrong with a visit to Buckhead. This bustling uptown district of Atlanta is thriving and there are a plenty of exciting things to do and see. So if you are want to take it all, you'll want to make a full day of it. That means you are going to want to kick of the day right, and everyone know that means starting the day with a big breakfast. Not a problem! Buckhead has got you covered with vibrant variety of breakfast choices to give you the energy to prowl the streets. On the other hand, you might just want to overindulge and take a nap instead. That is the natural danger with meals this good, but with these 4 delicious breakfast places that's a risk worth taking.
The Flying Biscuit
This is the one if you want a personality filled experience with a traditional southern breakfast. Everything from the biscuit brandishing cherub on their logo, to the sunflowers decking their walls, is sure to give you a bright cheerful morning. If that, for some reason, doesn't do it for you, their food will. You will regret it if you miss out on their incredible biscuits and aptly self-described ”creamy dreamy grits.” You will get a mouthful of both, and a delicious chicken breakfast, if you order their ”Famous Flying Biscuit Breakfast.”
They have two locations in Buckhead, so it is easy plan a visit!
3280 Peachtree Rd NE, Atlanta, GA 30305 and 3515 Northside Pkwy. NW. Atlanta, GA, 30327
Check out their website for hours and a full menu:
Cafe Jonah and the Magical Attic
Looking for something more homey and a wee bit whimsical? Then how about sitting down in an actual home filled with a little magic upstairs! This really is something special. Named after the proprietor's son, just because he asked, Cafe Jonah welcomes you to enjoy your breakfast just as you would in your own home. That is, if your home was as quaint, warm, and inviting as this establishment. They are so committed to fostering an atmosphere of family and community here that every Sunday 10% of all sales go to local charities selected by their customers.
You will not go wrong ordering the Quiche of the Day or the "Super Secret Steel Cut Oatmeal". Not only is the food good, it's good for your soul to spend a morning relaxing in the cafe or the Magical Attic. Did I mention their is a Magical Attic? There is, and it is likely the only place you can get organic eggs, bacon, and a psychic reading.
This gem is located at 3188 Paces Ferry Place NW, Atlanta, GA 30305
Make sure to head over to the website for hours, menus, and more:
Let's get the recommendation out of the way: Eggs Benedict. It is a creamy, cannot miss, indulgence. Remember that nap I was talking about?
Anyways, Highland Bakery has it all.
A bakeshop with a commitment to taste and what you are putting in your stomach. They mill their own chemical free grains and use them to bring you boiled bagels, custom cakes, and delectable treats.
A varied menu with more traditional breakfast options and more interesting curiosities, such as the Cilantro Corn Pancakes. Also, you can order to-go! Perfect if you want to pick up your eggs benedict, savor it, and go right back to bed.
They even have catering! An excellent option if you want a group afternoon nap at your next morning meeting!
They have locations all over Atlanta, but in Buckhead the address is:
Atlanta Financial Center, North Tower 3353 Peachtree Rd NE Atlanta, GA 30326
Here's the website for all the details: http://highlandbakery.com/
Egg Harbor Cafe
With portraits of roosters proudly strutting on every wall, the Egg Harbor Cafe cultivates a down-to-earth ambiance. However, don't let the provincial decor fool you, because your taste buds are in for a gourmet breakfast that is sure to make feel like you got up on the right side of the bed. They have a massive menu, and each item sounds more delicious than the last. It is the kind of place you go to when you want food that you can't, or are unwilling to try, to make yourself. Seriously, they are not kidding about being gourmet. Take for example "Cassie's Crepes": avocado and mushroom blended with scrambled egg, jack and cheddar cheese to form two beautiful crepes served with a side of poppy seed dressing. The menu is full of omelettes, frittatas, skillets, pancakes, and so many other remarkable options to make your palate feel just a bit more epicurean. Don't know what that means? Egg Harbor Cafe will happily enlighten you.
The Buckhead location can be found at 1820 Peachtree Road NW, Atlanta , GA 30309
Head straight to the website for more: http://www.eggharborcafe.com/
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