In Alpharetta, Georgia, you’ll find a unique foodie culture with culinary influences from nearby Atlanta plus downhome, Southern traditions from the surrounding North Georgia mountains and charming, small towns. A true hidden gem, the city is home to an eclectic blend of eateries where you can enjoy modern, craft cocktails or turn the corner for some made-from-scratch biscuits and gravy just a block away. Whatever craving you’re out to satisfy, know you’re in for a drool-worthy meal you won’t soon forget.
Breakfast + Brunch
It’s not called the most important meal of the day for nothing. Good thing for you the beloved breakfast (and brunch) options in Alpharetta are bottomless. Here are a few can’t-miss eats for the early risers.
Da Vinci’s Donuts: Donuts without the guilt? They do exist! Well, depending on your self control that is. Da Vinci’s adorably petit, cake-style donuts are light and tender with a slight crunch. Choose from over 20 unique flavors and a variety of toppings like maple bacon, tiramisu, french toast and salted caramel. Each one hand-dipped and individually created right at the counter. Try one and you’ll see the difference.
Maple Street Biscuit: Comfort food with a modern twist. That’s how Maple Street Biscuit describes their food. We describe it with a drool-face emoji. Do yourself a favor and get there as soon as possible. And, go with your celebrity crush in mind because that’s how they call your order.
Flatlands Bourbon and Bayou: Flatlands is bringing a taste of the Louisiana Bayou to downtown Alpharetta, and while they’ve got incredible drinks, dinner and more, we’ve got our appetites set on their brunch menu.
Don’t forget, this is Georgia, so we do the classics right. Tantalize your taste buds at these Southern hotspots.
South Main Kitchen: Brussel sprouts with comeback sauce. Burgers with pimento cheese and Benton’s bacon. Stuffed collards with skillet cornbread. Hungry yet? Locally sourced, seasonal ingredients…
Butcher and Brew: Brought to you by the owners of South Main Kitchen, Butcher and Brew is a different type of neighborhood sports pub. Food and drink is the main attraction with 20 craft beers on tap, signature cocktails, soups, salads, sandwiches and more.
Village Tavern: It doesn’t get more Southern than pimiento cheese dip, but if you prefer something heartier you’ll also find street tacos, flatbreads and steaks on the menu.
Searching for the perfect after-dinner spot to satisfy that sweet tooth? We’ve got you.
Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream: A local favorite. An ice cream icon. Trust us, you need Jeni’s in your life, and it’s worth waiting in line.
Scream’n Nuts: Ice cream. Donuts. Coffee. That’s our favorite kind of food pyramid.
Southern Baked Pie: Birthday parties. Anniversaries. Tuesdays. Life should be celebrated with pie. And no one helps you achieve just that better than Southern Baked Pie. Find decadent flavors and specialty selections made from seasonal fresh fruit and local ingredients.