9. The General Muir


The General Muir
Pastrami sandwich

Photograph by Greg Dupree

Remember when you couldn’t get health-restoring matzo ball soup—the chicken stock genuine and powerful, the dumplings light yet big enough to make a meal? What about a Reuben stacked with honest-to-God corned beef and sauerkraut on rye bread that’s just the right amount of sour and caraway? In barely three years, the General Muir has become an indispensable part of our landscape, especially at lunch. And where else is brunch actually worth the wait? Fluffy omelets, smoked salmon over latkes, and poutine covered in chopped pastrami, cheese curds, and gravy are the makings of a perfect Sunday morning.

1540 Avenue Place, 678-927-9131, thegeneralmuir.com

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