Warm French toast, savory fried chicken over a fluffy waffle, exceptional eggs benedict, honey lightly drizzled over made-from-scratch, buttery biscuits, and a perfectly poured mimosa—that’s right—we’re talking about mouthwatering brunches that you don’t want to miss in Alpharetta. Whether you want to brunch your way into the weekend on a Saturday or enjoy slow sipping a Bloody Mary on a Sunday, we’re spilling all the yummy details.
Get ready for egg’cellent eats at these 8 delightful destinations:
1. Carson Kitchen – Sundays, 11 AM to 4 PM
Carson Kitchen doesn’t play around when it comes to a unique, unforgettable brunch experience and a fun menu. Try the Fat Elvis, a bacon lardon, banana, toffee, peanut butter toast, paired with the “Alexa, Play Georgia Peaches” specialty cocktail, combining peach puree, basil and prosecco. Or bite into the Garbage Hash for a dish made with short rib, pork belly, red wine demi and a sunny egg and polish off an awesome brunch with the with the “Tangled Up in Blue”—CK’s twist on a Moscow Mule.
2. Härth – Saturdays & Sundays, 7 AM to Noon
Gather your brunch bunch and head to Härth Alpharetta located in the Hilton Alpharetta Atlanta, one of Alpharetta’s newest hotels, and bite into classic breakfast and brunch favorites. With a menu featuring staples like eggs benedict, avocado toast, pastries, mimosas and more classic brunch cocktails, you’ll find a dish to love. You might even enjoy your visit so much that you decide to book a room and stay the whole weekend!
3. Superica – Saturdays & Sundays, 11 AM to 3 PM
Try a twist on brunch at Superica, where you can’t go wrong with the Huevos Rancheros or the Hot Cakes and Tropical Fruit Salad. Sip on a refreshing Agua Fresca, like the Horchata, a concoction of sweet almond and rice milk, or go for the Mimosa Fresca for a bubbly beverage. Conquer your caffeine craving with the El Chapo made with Mezcal, cold brew, Ancho Reyes, Caffe Mokka and Kahlua. Muy Sabroso!
4. Village Tavern – Sundays, 11 AM – 3 PM
On Sundays, Village Tavern serves up delicious brunches that will please everyone in your group including those who have gluten-free dietary restrictions! Start with a glass of crisp white wine or a fizzy mimosa and then dive into a great order of Southern Shrimp and Grits. Featuring applewood-smoked bacon, mushrooms, green onions, Anson Mills organic stone ground grits and Gruyere, you’ll be swooning over the flavors. For a gluten-free option, try the Florentine Omelette with sautéed spinach with mushrooms and Gruyere or the bun-less Club Sandwich.
5. South City Kitchen Avalon – Saturdays & Sundays, 8 AM – 2 PM
Bite into the South City Benne at South City Kitchen Avalon to savor crisp city ham, arugula, fire roasted tomatoes, poached eggs, hollandaise and marsh hen mill grits. Or opt for the Jumbo Lump Crab Cake to enjoy artichoke puree, warm fingerling potato salad, frisee, bacon, mustard seed vinaigrette and a sunny egg. Featuring a full bar, you will find plenty of classic cocktails to pair with your main brunch dish.
6. The Southern Porch – Saturdays & Sundays, 8 AM – 2 PM
Oh, honey! The Chicken & Waffles at The Southern Porch is just the dish you need to combine sweet and savory, fluffy with a bit of crunchy, and a whole buncha yum! Topped with a honey pecan drizzle, this crowd favorite will not disappoint. Make your brunch even more awesome by mixing up your usual mimosa with a different flavor like Pineapple or try a Bloody Mary from the full bar!
7. The Original Pancake House – Saturdays & Sundays, 7 AM – 3 PM
The extensive breakfast menu at The Original Pancake House truly gives you an option for every preference. Prepare your taste buds for the Peach Waffle including brandied peaches, a light dusting of powdered sugar, and a whipped cream topping. For a well-rounded breakfast that hits the highlights, try the Turkey Sausage & Eggs for 2 turkey sausage patties, 2 large eggs cooked to your preference, and 3 buttermilk pancakes.
8. Jekyll Brewing Downtown Alpharetta – Saturdays & Sundays, 10 AM – 2 PM
Jekyll Brewing Downtown Alpharetta might be newer to the brunch game, but they came ready to put their best foot forward. Trust us and try the Jekyll “Toad in a Hole” for toasted sourdough, fried egg, smashed avocado, roasted tomato, and grilled andouille sausage. Get your Louisiana vibes on with the Low Country Benedict for a perfectly cooked egg, fried green tomatillo, bruleed crawfish hollandaise, and a fingerling hash you won’t forget. Pair it all with a Manmosa, made with Jekyll’s Hardly Water, Pineapple Habanero, Hop Dang Diggity and OJ. Cheers!
That was just some of Alpharetta’s awesome breakfast and brunch spots, head over to our DINE/BREAKFAST & BRUNCH page to see the full list of over 30 options! No matter which brunch haven you choose, you’ll find something to delight your taste buds.