Top 10 Weekday Breakfast Spots in Atlanta
Top 10 Weekday Breakfast Spots in Atlanta
I think it’s safe to say that the majority of people have heard “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” If you’re an early-riser who loves to start the day with a delicious breakfast, then our list of the Top 10 Weekday Atlanta Breakfast Spots is for you!
This Grant Park coffee shop opens their doors at 7 a.m. on the weekdays and 8 a.m. on the weekends, perfect for all of you early birds. Swing by and grab one of their many baked goods (offered throughout the week) or enjoy a hot breakfast sandwich (only offered on weekends). From chocolate sablés to cinnamon and sugar dusted morning buns, Revelator has a pastry for just about everyone. Additionally, they produce their own beans so you can pick up a bag to take home with you!
Does the word “buttermilk” make anyone else think of pancakes and biscuits? Located east of Chastain Park in northern Buckhead, Buttermilk Kitchen opens every morning at 8 a.m. They specialize in all things breakfast-related, on their menu, you can find bowls of granola and caramelized banana oatmeal to waffle burgers and lox plates. In addition to breakfast and brunch, the Buttermilk Kitchen even hosts monthly Fancy Fried Chicken Dinners!
Star Provisions is a one-stop shop for all of your culinary needs. Situated just west of Atlantic Station, Star Provisions is a self-described “dream shop for the gourmet expert and novice alike.” Step into an interior that would make Nancy Meyers envious and enjoy freshly baked pastries, artisanal cheeses, and house-made bacon. Despite the fact that most of their offerings fall into the “gourmet” category, they still offer some homier favorites like cinnamon toast and fluffernutter sandwiches.
Imagine the interior of a diner. Whatever you imagined is most likely exactly what the interior of The Silver Skillet looks like. Devoid of any frills and atmosphere other than “diner,” The Silver Skillet serves up some great breakfast. Opening at 6:30 a.m. on weekdays and 8:00 a.m. on weekends, diners have an array of southern classics to choose from. Additionally, all of their sides can be ordered a la carte and they bake a wide variety of pies (as true diners do) in-house!
Open bright and early at 7 a.m. every weekday (4 p.m. on Saturdays and 10 a.m. on Sundays), Empire State South serves up some unforgettable breakfast. Diners can choose between plates of chicken fried sandwiches and classic breakfast bagels to signature bowls of oatmeal and their special ricotta omelettes. In addition to delicious breakfast options, Empire State South also roasts their own coffee in-house, stop by and drink a cup there or take one to go!
Originating in Charleston, South Carolina, Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit now caters to Atlantans. Located on Virginia Avenue in Virginia Highlands, this biscuit shop sates all of your southern breakfast cravings. Stop in and choose from a variety of biscuits, Callie’s offers both savory and sweet options. Mix and match your biscuits of choice with different breakfast fixings and be sure to sample their house-made pimiento cheese while you’re there!
This European-inspired bistro, located in the heart of Inman Park, is the perfect place to enjoy a leisurely breakfast. Bread and Butterfly opens every weekday at 7:30 a.m. (8:30 a.m. on the weekends) and serves up some seriously satisfying European fare. From soft scrambled eggs and cold smoked trout to eggs florentine and avocado toast, Bread and Butterfly provides great breakfast options. Don’t forget to check out their carefully curated aperitif menu!
Joy and her husband have been cooking together for years and opened up Joy Cafe to bring their inventive dishes to the public. The cafe opens at 7 a.m. every weekday morning and encourages diners to try something new! A hybrid offering both breakfast and lunch items, Joy Cafe’s menu features specialty grilled cheese sandwiches, salads, soups, and various sides. They also open their doors every Saturday and Sunday to host brunch as well!
With locations scattered all around Atlanta, Highland Bakery is a great spot to pick up a quick breakfast. They make almost everything from scratch, from milling their own grains and boiling their own bagels to baking custom cakes and whipping up fluffy meringues, Highland Bakery does it all. Drop in and pick up a cinnamon bun or sit down and enjoy a plate of cornmeal pancakes. Whatever your breakfast needs are, the Highland Bakery can certainly deliver!
Located in the heart of Kirkwood, Le Petit Marche serves up a killer Parisian breakfast seven days a week. Established in 2008, Le Petit Marche is part market, part cafe. They offer made-from-scratch breakfast sandwiches, griddle cakes, french toast, grits bowls, and even tacos! If breakfast isn’t what you’re in the mood for, check out their lunch options as well. Don’t forget to take a walk around their store and pick up some goodies for your own kitchen!
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