3 great Atlanta coffeehouse bites
Toast with avocado at Spiller Park
The latest trend in artisanal eats is toast. Thick-cut, toasted sourdough from H&F Bread Co. comes with avocado mashed with lime juice and garnished with chili powder, salt, radish slivers, and an egg. It’s a hearty meal by itself for $7. 675 Ponce de Leon Avenue
Bento Box at Huge Cafe
The Sound Table’s José “Manny” Ibarra steams up the best buns in Atlanta, soft as a pillow and filled with juicy pork belly and tempura-battered fried chicken. The $10 combo comes with a side salad and homemade pickles. 1375 Peachtree Street, 404-590-5503
Ham and Gruyère Croissant at Grant Park Octane
How lucky Octane is to share counter space with Little Tart Bakeshop. You can’t go wrong with any of the flaky croissants (fillings also include chocolate and almond paste), but our favorite remains the ham and Gruyère, $5.25. 437 Memorial Drive —Evan Mah
This article originally appeared in our April 2016 issue.