Atlanta Restaurant Scene

New restaurants, Oy! and Kafenio, offer all day breakfast and more

If you're the kind of person who likes breakfast, but not necessarily at 8 a.m., two new restaurants offer the likes of omelets, pancakes and pastries all day, plus burgers, wraps and more.

Oy! Restaurant in Vinings

Described by owner Adam Jaffe as “over the top breakfast, brunch and lunch seven days a week,” Oy! Restaurant opened last week in Vinings. Chefs Tony Sharpe and Chris Johnson are in the kitchen overseeing a menu inspired by Jaffe’s mother, Atlanta caterer, Sherry Habif.

Look for the likes of 12-inch “extreme" buttermilk pancakes, “giant” six-egg omelettes, Certified Angus Beef brisket and short rib steak burgers, and two-pound “mountains” of fries, plus shakes and sundaes. "Mama Sherry taught me to see the world through taste and amazingly delicious experiences,”Jaffe explains on the website.

2355 Cumberland Parkway, Suite 80, Atlanta.770-989-190.

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Kafenio in College Park

Described as an “all day Greek cafe,” Kafenio opened two weeks ago in College Park, serving coffee, breakfast all day, salads, wraps, and beer and wine. Owner Johnny Gianoulidis also owns Park Grounds coffeeshop in Reynoldstown, and is a former co-owner of Pallookaville Fine Foods in Avondale Estates.

On the breakfast menu, find plates, omelets, pita and bagel sandwiches, and pastries. Lunch/dinner service begins at 11 a.m. with Greek-style small plates and salads and classics such gyro and falafel wraps.

3387 Main Street, College Park. 470-823-4929.

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