29 Mar The Ultimate List of Brunch Spots in Marietta
There is something truly special about brunch in the south. Weekend brunch is where conversations bloom, and endless coffee refills aren’t judged by your peers. Time may pass differently during Brunchtime, but special connection can be the backbone to building relationships with friends and family. Here are a few exceptional Marietta restaurants that could be your signature Brunch spot in the future:
The Marietta Local
This community focused restaurant is home to award winning meals and fresh ingredients made from scratch every day. While the weekends may be a popular time to try The Marietta Local, guests love the southern crafted brunch specials and energetic scene. The popular “Chicken and French Toast” blends savory and sweet brunchtime themes. Try to snag a table in time before the restaurant closes in the mid-afternoon!
If you are looking for a fine-dining brunch experience, Mac’s Chophouse is a fantastic recommendation for family coming to Marietta. Try the Lazy Susan Brunch. This dish includes crème Brulee French toast, silver dollar waffles, thick cut smoked bacon, Heywood’s sausage, scrambled eggs, fresh cut fruit, crispy potatoes, salmon bagel, cheese grits, and maple syrup.
Hamp & Harry’s
If cocktails are at the top of your checklist when choosing your brunch spot, Hamp & Harry’s will have exactly what you need. Known for chef-curated dishes and delicious beverages, H&H will please your palates and make you want to stay all day. Stop by this weekend and try a Mimosa, an H&H Bloody Mary or a Frozen Irish Coffee.
Sugar Cakes Patisserie
In the heart of Marietta, traditional brunch meals are made with a modern French twist at this unique bakery. Head chef Ted Apron brings in years of culinary expertise to Sugar Cakes, where he frequently creates new dishes and offers top quality service. Guests enjoy the quaint location and calm environment for a relaxing brunchtime experience. Some French inspired dishes include, “Breakfast Quiche” and “Crème Brulee French Toast.”
Stockyard Burgers and Bones
In addition to having mouthwatering burgers, Stockyard Burgers and Bones also boasts a variety of delicious options for brunch on the weekends. Order a mimosa flight and try a variety of juices with some prosecco. Pair it with the pulled pork hash or bourbon bacon egg and cheese sandwich. The waffle board has guests coming back every week!
WR Social House
Eat, drink, and be social at WR Social House. Fun foods and drinks await you, especially during brunch. From Lox and sourdough to goat cheese and mushroom quiche, WR Social House will have you planning a monthly brunch outing. Don’t get us started on the Cap’n crunch crusted cinnamon French toast!
Douceur de France
Douceur de France is a bright eatery serving a variety of French baked goods. You don’t have to travel to France to get a delicious meal! Your next brunch won’t be complete without two scrambled eggs with Swiss cheese served in a flaky croissant.
French toast or avocado toast? That is a question you’ll have to answer when you eat brunch at Canvas Cafe and Bakery. Breakfast is served all day so you can come back another time to try all the options. If you’re looking for something savory, there are also a variety of sandwich options.
The Red Eyed Mule
Looking for Cobb County’s best biscuit and burger? You can find them both at the Red Eyed Mule. Try the classic Chicken and waffles or indulge in the Mule Basket which includes an open faced biscuit with your choice of bacon or sausage, two farm eggs, Red Mule gravy, and Mule Chips on top.
Good Kitchen + Market
Set in a charming 1930’s house on Margaret Avenue, just off of Cherokee and Church Streets in Marietta, GOOD kitchen and market embraces its unique neighborhood setting of an eclectic mix of historic homes and health care offices near Kennestone Hospital. For brunch, we recommend the avocado bacon bowl or one of the avocado toast varieties. Sip on a matcha latte or a churro latte while catching up with friends.
Australian Bakery Café
Known for its famous Aussie Meat Pies, the Australian Bakery Café also carries groceries from down under. For breakfast, try the Aussie Breakfast Pies, otherwise known as quiche. Other options include a scrambled egg platter or an Aussie breakfast wrap.
L on North
L on North‘s Sunday brunch menu has a variety of options to please everyone in your brunch party. Steak and eggs to breakfast tacos, a Thai scramble and a German Burger… is your mouth watering yet? The restaurant also offers a Bloody Mary bar.
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