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The Best Breakfast Restaurants in Atlanta

Atlanta, Georgia has many major attractions, awesome outdoor explorations and a bustling downtown, rich with southern charm. Whether you head to the Georgia Aquarium, visit the National Center for Civil and Human Rights or soak up the sunshine at Centennial Olympic Park, you’ll find plenty of things to do here. And with a constant influx of new restaurants and innovative chefs, Atlanta might just be the American South’s new foodie capital. Whether on the hunt for trendy gastronomic delights, exotic ethnic cuisine or fare from a food truck, Atlanta has got you covered. But where are the smartest, savviest diners eating when it comes to breakfast? We’ve pulled data from thousands of restaurants to find the top spots among OpenTable's most expert, seasoned diners. Check out our Tastemaker List to find out where you can get the best breakfast in Atlanta.

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The OpenTable Team
12 Restaurants
Updated 26 February 2020
Restaurants:Astor Court, True Food Kitchen - Atlanta, Anis Cafe and Bistro
Price Range:$$ - $$$
Cuisines:American, French
Neighborhoods:Buckhead
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Astor Court

$$$$
American
Buckhead
4.3
597 reviews
This café is located in The St. Regis Atlanta, so people know they can expect a heightened level of class from their visit. The dining sets look like they were pulled from a luxury ocean liner, and anyone who ever dreamed of eating under a chandelier will not be let down. There’s a large selection of fine teas for those who think coffee is a bit much in the morning, and the variety of sandwiches, scones, and pastries are enough to drag even the heaviest sleepers out of bed a few minutes early.

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True Food Kitchen - Atlanta

$$$$
American
Buckhead
4.6
2028 reviews
It’s hard to imagine a true Southern breakfast that’s also healthy, but True Food Kitchen manages to pull it off. There are vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options, and the menu emphasizes wholesome and seasonal ingredients. The décor ranges from antique (check out the hostess booth) all the way to contemporary (the lighting couldn’t be more modern). There’s plenty to enjoy on the menu, but the Garden Scramble, Sunrise Bowl, and Banana Pancakes put this spot on the short list for best breakfast in Atlanta.

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Anis Cafe and Bistro

$$$$
French
Buckhead
4.8
4628 reviews
Even though many call it one of the most romantic eateries in Atlanta, this converted house offers a brunch menu that satisfies even the individual breakfast cravings of those who may be a little late to rise. It has a very quaint setting with both indoor and outdoor seating. Diners especially love the old-timey paintings that line the doors in the establishment. The brunch menu includes crepes, various versions of eggs benedict, and even omelets with ingredients ranging from scallops to duck confit. Although the eatery isn’t open in the early morning, it’s certainly worth the wait.

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Tiny Lou's - Hotel Clermont

$$$$
French American
Virginia Highland
4.7
1550 reviews
It’s hard to imagine getting one of the best breakfasts in Atlanta at a hotel, but that’s exactly what Tiny Lou’s in the Hotel Clermont accomplishes. This French-American brasserie offers cuisine that’s adored in France — but with a Southern twist. During brunch, this includes everything from croque madame to steak and eggs. Located in one of Atlanta’s most historic buildings, Tiny Lou’s has a lot to live up to in the aesthetic department. With a rooftop bar that features big screen televisions, artistic renderings on every wall, and dining sets that combine simplicity with class, the eatery accomplishes this in spades.

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Bistro Niko

$$$$
Contemporary French
Buckhead
4.6
8707 reviews
Parisian art, grand ceilings, and a patio that overlooks Peachtree are just part of what gives this restaurant the appearance of Paris being thrust directly into Georgia. Meats hang on hooks and bread sits in baskets in the kitchen — which is in full view the moment patrons enter. Although it’s only one page long and says “Brunch” front and center, the menu is no doubt in the running for best breakfast in Atlanta. The Eggs Norwegian and Parfait Sante alone are worth the trip.

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Seasons 52 - Perimeter

$$$$
American
Dunwoody
4.8
6451 reviews
Some restaurants appeal to earlier times, but Seasons 52 lives it. Menu offerings are dictated by the local farmers market, and food is prepared with rustic cooking techniques. Outdoor seating is available, but the interior is brightly lit by skylights and has a contemporary aesthetic appeal that’s simultaneously simple and endearing. Those who come in at the right time are even treated to live music. What could be better than a great meal set to piano?

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Poor Calvin's

$$$$
Fusion / Eclectic
Midtown
4.9
6193 reviews
It’s not easy to be completely original when striving to provide the best breakfast in Atlanta. After all, there’s only so many Southern staples. The owner of Poor Calvin’s, however, took a chance with a fusion of Southern and Asian foods and hit the jackpot. Coconut shrimp, fried goat cheese, and seafood spring rolls keep people coming in throughout the day. Those who enjoy actual breakfast food, however, can come in for brunch and have chicken and sweet potato waffles, the seafood omelet, or the grits loaded with shrimp, cheese, and Cajun sausage.

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Le Bilboquet - Atlanta

$$$$
French
Buckhead
4.7
2550 reviews
This upscale French bistro has everything one would expect from a fancy eatery in Paris or Bordeaux. The yellow wine cart, the unique paintings, and even the outdoor heating pillars go a long way in creating this authentic atmosphere. They’re known for things like escargot and pan-seared salmon, but their brunch menu is equally impressive. Whether it’s the Les Crepes Nutella or L'Omelette du Jour, patrons are going to enjoy a great breakfast in a unique eatery.

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Apron

$$$$
Southern
Airport / College Park
3.7
264 reviews
Guests of this restaurant often brag about how much fun they have at the open-air rooftop bar. Even with this being a definite benefit, it’s simply impossible to overlook Apron’s continuing effort to offer the best breakfast in Atlanta. They provide an inspired take on Mediterranean cuisine, but anyone who enjoys an old-fashioned American breakfast won’t be let down either. Offerings include breakfast pastries, Southern grits, applewood smoked bacon, and one of the best omelets this side of the Mississippi. The décor is modern to the bone, but the wall-sized image of a vintage race car is a nice deviation.

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Lure - Atlanta

$$$$
Seafood
Midtown
4.6
3192 reviews
This eatery is located in a converted 1920's bungalow, and it pulls off the appearance of a seaside fish house with ease. The interior has plenty of natural lighting and an ambiance that actually seems simultaneously posh and old school. They’ve got great happy hour deals, but many people bypass these just so they can enjoy a “seaside” breakfast. Catfish biscuits and gravy, fish and chips, French toast, and the Angler’s Breakfast are among the most popular options to get the day started.

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Corner Cafe - PRIORITY SEATING

$$$$
American
Buckhead
4.6
1029 reviews
Many people have walked by this European-style bakery — having had no intention of visiting — only to be dragged in by the smell of freshly brewed coffee and baking bread. The terra cotta building houses a unique interior with large globe lighting and two neon red stripes running across the ceiling. The menu provides everything one would expect in a traditional breakfast setting. Pancakes, poached eggs, and omelets are among the popular offerings. And although nothing screams “LOOK AT ME!” on the menu, the spin that Corner Café puts on these breakfast staples creates a flavorful taste that maintains the eatery’s popularity. Accepts "reserve ahead priority seating."

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Park 75

$$$$
American
Midtown
4.6
668 reviews
On the second floor of the Four Seasons Hotel in Midtown rests Park 75. It’s one of the premier fine dining experiences in Atlanta, and celebrities the world over have answered its call. The décor resembles what one would expect to find in a fancy hotel because… well… it is in one. Ingredients are taken from the eatery's very own Terrace Garden, and each of them go into cuisine that’s nothing if not All-American. Whether patrons choose basic offerings such as buttermilk pancakes or something off the wall like tofu scramble, they’re treated to a million-dollar meal that makes Park 75 a top contender for best breakfast in Atlanta.

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