Here are the best spots in Alpharetta to find brunch cocktails + fabulous brunch selections.
You might not normally consider a brewpub for brunch, but Hop Alley is a terrific choice. Besides tempting options like the bacon pancakes which are topped with peanut butter syrup, bananas and bacon, they also have drink specials including bottomless mimosas and Hop Alley bloody marys.
For the classic brunch cocktail, sip on Oak Steakhouse’s mimosa composed of house-sparkling champagne and fresh orange juice. Or spice things up with a bloody mary. For a twist on a childhood favorite, Oak’s cereal milk cocktail, composed of bourbon, Bailey’s and Cinnamon Toast Crunch, is a sweet addition to any dish or the perfect ending to brunch. Note they also have several fantastic mocktails if you are abstaining but still want to sip on a tasty beverage. Brunch is served every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Featuring hand-crafted cocktails (think house-made bloody marys / blood orange mimosas), South Main Kitchen’s menu also features classic cocktails with a unique spin like the Twilight in Tulum with tequila, lime and pear syrup. These are perfect with the short rib crepes. Don’t miss the pavlova dessert (meringue-based dessert) either with berries or whipped cream.
The Salt Factory has recently added brunch service on weekends beginning at 11 a.m. The rustic interior is pretty but there’s also a lovely patio for dining al-fresco. Sip on a perfectly made bloody mary or have them prepare a gin garden (a house specialty) or Moscow mule to wash down the steak benedict or chicken and waffles.
Turn brunch into a sport at Topgolf. To cool you off on summer days, sip on the frose, made daily. This is rosé with fresh fruit ice “cubed” + prosecco. If bloody marys are more your speed, they’ve got you covered there with four different kinds to choose from: the house bloody, spicy bloody, clubhouse bloody with all the fixins’ or the Michelada (bloody mary with beer). Of course, you can also order a mimosa if you prefer.
Enjoy a wonderful brunch on Saturday or on Sunday at Village Tavern. The best part? Brunch cocktails are available open to close both days. Choose from a bloody mary, screwdriver, salty dog, mimosa or glass of champagne for only $3.50. Plus there’s a diverse menu to please many dietary restrictions.