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"Relax, it's just eggs" is the motto at this favorite local diner. At Thumbs Up Diner, you'll find made-to-order breakfast and lunch diner classics like omelets, pancakes, burgers and fries. A popular favorite is the unique creation, "The Heap": seasoned pan-fried potatoes topped with a mound of scrambled eggs, cheese and pretty much anything else you'd like to add. If you're more in the mood for lunch, try a patty melt, black bean burger or a Southwestern specialty like catfish tacos. On the weekends, be prepared to line up with the locals as this is a hot spot for breakfast and brunch. Only cash is accepted, so carry ample change.
Midtown Atlanta possesses a treasure named Empire State South. Kick start the day with their wholesome breakfast and freshly brewed coffee to re-energize those tired nerves. The breakfast and brunch menu include bagels, sandwiches, yogurt, oatmeal, breads and more. Opt for the lunch boxes or enjoy a relaxed dinner with their exquisite choice of wines. The experienced chefs devote their skills to offer upscale versions of delicacies from the South which cannot be missed. Enjoy a game of bocce at the patio.
Armed with a bold menu of delicious American fare, One Eared Stag has a rustic feel to it, given the many heads of goats, deer and cows that decorate the walls. However, the meal is far from rustic with classy varieties like rabbit rillete, welsh rarebit and duck breast. The menu is changed from time to time, thereby thereby retaining its freshness in the minds of regulars. Wine is served to complement the food and heightens the appeal. Owing to its popularity, be sure to call ahead.
Would you like to start your day with hot waffles sprinkled with spiced honey butter, a strong cup of coffee, and some muffins? If so, this is definitely the place for you. The West Egg Cafe coffeehouse and sandwich shop is a favorite among locals. Known for its delicious breakfast and brunch, it also offers a wide variety of wholesome lunch and dinner options. Sandwiches, salads, soups, brownies, cupcakes and more; it doesn't get any better if you're looking for filling and affordable food. Do not leave without trying their famous Coca-cola cake. The cafe also has a relaxed lounge area with wireless Internet access.
This white-tiled, quintessentially American diner has been in constant operation since 1929, and it serves up a down-home menu 24 hours a day. The long counter in front faces Ponce de Leon Avenue and backs up on the kitchen, where your order will appear hot off the grill. Pick a stool up front or slide into a booth along the sidewalk picture window. The Majestic Diner is known best for its generous breakfast menu, and there's no better place for a heavy and hearty meal first thing in the morning. Try the meatloaf plate if you're the adventurous type.
Dine with college students and happy locals at Rise -n- Dine in Emory Village, across the street from the Emory University campus. Serving breakfast all day, Rise -n- Dine offers classic breakfast favorites plus inventive creations like the Polish omelet with kielbasa and potato-cheddar pierogi, sausage tacos and sweet potato pancakes. The cozy café also offers a variety of soups, salads, sandwiches and lunch fare if breakfast isn't your thing. The interior is bright and airy and always buzzing with activity, especially during the weekend brunch.
No. 246 creates a crisp appearance with white-washed walls that throw the contrasting dark wood tables and rustic pizza-paddle wall decor into sharp relief. Large overhead metal lights hang from the ceiling, perfectly illuminating the bar and the center seating. A basket of giant, fresh baguettes flaunt themselves on the wall by the waiter's station. If you come for brunch, you'll notice the number of pizzas (topped with bacon, potato, poached eggs, and cheese) that spring from the kitchen. A dinner here would call for an order of the well-flavored Agnolotti which is served with a healthy side of greens or the gnocchi, which comes with perfectly roasted wild mushrooms. An interesting dessert called the Spoom makes a great ending, served in a waffle cone and topped with olive oil! The chef's counter, a meal for four, comes highly recommended. Get seated in front of the busy and fiery kitchen and experience an on-the-spot planned meal by Chef Belline himself!