573 N Highland Ave
Atlanta, GA 30307
This well-established eatery has been serving up its beautiful brunch since it opened in 1992. Chef Marla Adams aims for a rustic European style cooking style in a quaint cottage setting. Their version of Eggs Benedict is topped with beef tenderloin instead of ham or salmon.
458 Edgewood Ave
Atlanta, GA 30312
Enjoy a delicious and inexpensive brunch at Cafe 458. They have their own take on eggs Benedict, serving it up with shrimp & crab. In addition to being impressed with their tasty fare, you’ll be doing a good deed: all money spent at Cafe 458 goes to support the Atlanta Center For Self Suffiency, and organization dedicated to battling homelessness.
997 Virginia Ave. NE
Atlanta, GA 30306
Sample the signature chilaquiles (with chicken, tortillas, fried egg, tomatillo sauce and avocado) at this homey place. It’s popular, so be prepared to wait. Leave room for one of their amazing desserts, like the Bonzo, a fudge brownie, cheesecake, dark chocolate mousse and whipped cream.