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Birdy Biscuits is back for one day only

Zeb Stevenson’s Birdy Biscuits is back for one day only

When fine dining spot Redbird closed on the Westside last year, it also meant the end of owner/chef Zeb Stevenson’s famed Birdy Biscuits. The weekend-only offering was known for lines around the corner, as eager Atlantans downed fried chicken biscuits, guava biscuits, and cinnamon rolls served from a walk-up window. Now, the pop-up returns for one night only.
The Morning After Atlanta

The Morning After to give off Slutty Vegan vibes with a spin on breakfast

Pinky Cole is hard at work on her newest restaurant, a breakfast spot called the Morning After. Located in the former Delia’s Chicken Sausage Stand (881 Marietta Street) on the Westside, the Morning After promises the same cheeky branding of its sister spot with a vegan take on the first meal of the day.
Rejoice! The iconic Ponce Krispy Kreme returns on October 10

Rejoice! The iconic Ponce Krispy Kreme returns on October 10

The Ponce location first opened in 1965 and since 2016 has been owned by basketball icon Shaquille O’Neal. In February and July 2021, the iconic shop was set on fire in a pair of still-unsolved arsons. The old building was demolished, but the original 1965 historic sign was saved and has been fully refurbished. For generations of Atlantans, the Krispy Kreme location, along with its signature marquee on Ponce is etched into the city’s history.

Atlanta’s doughnut scene grows with Donnie’s Donuts launching in Inman Park

Coming to Inman Park this fall, Donnie’s Donuts, a cake-based doughnut shop, comes from Atlantan Patti Summerlin and her husband, Donald. The couple “retired” to Florida, where they opened Donnie’s in Ormond Beach in 2014. A few locations later, they’re now returning to Patti’s home state to share their homemade treats with Atlantans.

Seven Sisters Kitchen expands in Johns Creek

Formerly Seven Sisters Scones, Seven Sisters Kitchen recently expanded its Johns Creek space to welcome additional diners for breakfast and lunch. Originally opened as a scone shop, Seven Sisters tweaked the concept a few years ago, creating a welcoming cafe where full meals are served (in addition to pastries). Recently, owner Farrah Haidar—one of seven sisters—leased the space next door, making room for 40 extra seats inside.

The Salty opens serving strawberry shortcake doughnuts and maple brown sugar cold brew

The Salty features eight to 10 doughnut flavors at each location at a time, in addition to other baked goods. Flavors vary by location and rotate every few weeks. Expect a brioche-based glazed, vanilla cake-based brown butter sea salt, cookie butter cake doughnuts, white chocolate chai, and strawberry shortcake doughnuts.

Skip the wait: 10 Atlanta brunch spots that take reservations

Brunch always sounds like a good idea in theory—indulgent eats, coffee made by someone other than you, and place to socialize in the morning. But then you arrive, and the restaurant is packed, there’s no place to sit while you wait, and you desperately need caffeine. But if you plan ahead, these 10 spots take reservations, so you won't have to wait.
Eat My Biscuits to serve brunch all day in East Point

Eat My Biscuits to serve brunch all day in East Point

Eat My Biscuits, an all-day brunch restaurant coming to East Point in June, will offer chicken biscuits, short rib with grits, salmon croquettes, fried green tomatoes, and Hennessy wings, plus waffles, pancakes, and French toast. Each meal will come with a fried biscuit.
Brunch at the Real Milk & Honey

Atlanta’s a divided city. Could unity be found on Sunday at 11 a.m.?

If we’re being honest, to borrow a quote from Erykah Badu’s song “The Healer,” brunch in Atlanta might be bigger than religion. Many of us attend worship services on weekend mornings. Yet on any given Sunday, it’s probably also true that a similar number of Atlantans can be found faithfully enjoying an 11:05 mimosa or paloma with friends, sorors, cousins, classmates—maybe even someone they met at church last weekend.

A new all-day brunch spot launches in Duluth

Created by owner-chef Keith Kash—founder of Who’s Got Soul Cafe in Decatur, Lawrenceville, and Duluth—Just Brunch offers a relaxing spot to enjoy breakfast and lunch fare all day long.

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