From crispy chicken and waffles to scattered, covered and smothered—here in Hotlanta—breakfast is our jam. And lately, our obsession has progressed from brunch to brinner. Something about the food of that first feast is always tempting to tots. Here are five spots where you and the fam can share a morning meal, even at the end of the day.
The biscuits don’t lie. This Atlanta staple is the mother of the mother of dinner-for-breakfast spots. You and your little one can go with matching Flyer meals (available in junior and grown up portions) or explore the variety of signature dishes, including their famed shrimp and grits or the whole wheat french toast topped with raspberry sauce. Kids eat free at select locations Monday through Thursday.
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West Egg Café
This little Westside gem is the place when you’re craving after hours brunch fare. Chicken and waffles dusted with powdered sugar and the option to follow it up with a Coca-Cola cupcake for dessert? We’re in. For the herbivore set, they also offer tofu scrambles and vegetarian sausage options. Hours vary by day, but you can grab an early brinner most days of the week.
Address: 1100 Howell Mill Rd.
Nestled just outside of the Virginia-Highlands, this Morningside favorite is perfect for a more upscale breakfast-for-dinner experience. Stick to items on the menu that the regulars love and you can’t go wrong. From the stuffed pancake to the bread pudding-style french toast (topped with a fried egg) to the fried oysters and grits, Rosebud is a hit with the tastebuds. Let your little ones sample from your plate or piece together a pint-size version of the menu items. Monday nights are designated brunch evenings.
Address: 1397 North Highland Ave. NE
Delia’s Chicken Sausage Stand
Handcrafted, locally sourced chicken sausage on a Holeman and Finch hoagie roll, Delia’s takes breakfast to a new level. Your little ones will love the “Lil’ Cluckers,” chicken sausage patty sliders topped with eggs and cheddar cheese or for a special treat order up their “Double D Delight” slider, with a Krispy Kreme donut and chicken sausage patty. Breakfast is under $6 and available anytime.
Address: 489 Moreland Ave. SE
Known as the place where the stars meet at night, Landmark Diner lives up to its name. Cheesy retro décor? Check. A menu featuring everything under the sun? Check. Open 24 hours a day, this joint serves a full breakfast, lunch and dinner menu around the clock. Don’t miss the bribe-worthy, dessert counter that is sure to delight your little diners and entice some good eating so they can have their sweet rewards.
Address: 3652 Roswell Rd. NE
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