The chef’s breakfast at One-Eared Stag is an ever-changing brunch menu item — but it always comes with a beer. (Henri Hollis)

Checklist: How many of these top Atlanta brunch spots have you eaten at?

How many of our top picks for brunch have you tried? Keep this checklist handy next time you're trying decide where to eat (and drink), and click the links next to each restaurant to read more about what makes them a top pick for brunch.


North Fulton County

  The Mill Kitchen & Bar: Best bottomless mimosas

  Oak Steakhouse: Best OTP brunch, Best mocktails

  Ray's on the River: Best OTP brunch


Fulton County

  One Eared Stag: Best overall brunch, Best mimosa alternative,  Best brunch dish

  Local Three Kitchen and Bar: Best overall brunch, Best family-friendly brunch

  Parish: Best overall brunch

  Brezza Cucina: Best mimosa alternative

  Cypress Street Pint and Plate: Best Bloody Mary

  Buttermilk Kitchen: Best overall brunch,  Best brunch dish

  Wrecking Bar Brewpub: Best Bloody Mary

  The Cafe at Ritz-Carlton Buckhead: Most expensive brunch, Best bottomless mimosas

  Venkman's: Best bottomless mimosas

  Republic Social House: Best bottomless mimosas

  JP Atlanta: Best mocktails

  BarTaco: Best mocktails

  Ticonderoga Club: Best brunch cocktails

  Herban Fix: Best vegetarian dishes

  True Food Kitchen: Best vegetarian dishes

  Cafe Sunflower: Best vegetarian dishes

  Ladybird Grove and Mess Hall:  Best outdoor brunch

  Watershed:  Best outdoor brunch

  Adios Cafe: Best international brunch

  Java Jive: Best brunch dish

  Bread & Butterfly: Best brunch dish


Cobb County

  Seed Kitchen and Bar: Best brunch cocktails

  Chicken and the Egg: Best OTP brunch

  Canoe: Best outdoor brunch


DeKalb County

  The General Muir: Best overall brunch, Best Bloody Mary

  Makan: Best mimosa alternative

  Red Pepper Taqueria: Best bottomless mimosas

  Ration and Dram: Best Bloody Mary, best brunch cocktails, best family-friendly brunch

  Canton House: Best international brunch, best family-friendly brunch

  Sun in My Belly: Best brunch dish, best family-friendly brunch

  Sweet Potato Cafe: Best OTP brunch

  Thaicoon: Best international brunch


Cherokee County

  Freight Kitchen and Tap: Best OTP brunch

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