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The stylish brunch looks at Breakfast at Barney’s
The brunch scene that is taking over Atlanta’s Instagram feeds
A Spiller Park bagel shop is in the works
Spiller Park owner and operator Dale Donchey makes all the bagels himself, and plans to open Dear Friend, Bagels early next year.
Cultivate Food and Coffee opening on Howell Mill Road
Café at Pharr owner Johnny Liu is opening a coffee, breakfast, and lunch spot called Cultivate on the Westside. Located on Howell Mill Road near Collier, Cultivate will serve Southern cuisine “with a lot of flair.”
Saltwood’s weekday salad bar is Midtown’s best-kept lunch secret
During its weekday lunch service, Saltwood Charcuterie and Bar at the Loews Atlanta Hotel has an amazing, all-you-can-eat salad bar with a ton of toppings to choose from and even unlimited housemade potato chips served on the side.
Chamblee’s Tip Top Kosher Market has a hidden Israeli restaurant in the back
Near I-285 in Chamblee, Tip Top sells hard-to-find treats such as crunchy Bamba, a peanut-flavored bagged snack, and fun items like kosher Doritos. The real treasure is in the back of the store, where there's a kosher restaurant you might mistake for a stockroom if you didn't know was there.
Looking for brunch downtown? Atlanta Breakfast Club is a reliable choice
Atlanta Breakfast Club is a cozy brunch pit-stop near Atlanta's downtown tourist attractions, where the most popular item by far is the chicken and waffles.
Kula, a new conveyor belt sushi spot, just opened in Doraville
Conveyor belt sushi bars have come and gone in Atlanta, but Kula Revolving Sushi Bar in Doraville is the newest.
Got five minutes? Holler & Dash can have a biscuit ready for you
If you crave brunch fare on the regular, but don’t always have time for the whole wait-in-line, sip mimosa, wait-some-more production, you’re a likely target for the newest biscuit shop coming to the Westside.
If you can take a lunch break, you should. Here’s where to go in Atlanta.
The Wall Street Journal says fewer and fewer Americans are dining out to lunch. It's time-consuming and more expensive than cooking at home. But it can also be a much-needed mental health break. If you're looking for a new lunch spot, here's a few in Atlanta worth trying.
Falafel frenzy: We stacked up 4 of Atlanta’s fast-casual favorites
In a hurry for lunch and sick of pizza, burgers, or burritos? We compared four fast-casual falafel spots to see who offered the better quick lunch.
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