What to Know About the History of Brunch The word "brunch"— a blend of "breakfast" and "lunch"— first appeared in an 1895 Hunter's Weekly article by British author Guy Beringer. It reportedly caught on in the U.S. in the 1930s. Celebrities making transcontinental train trips often stopped in Chicago for a late morning meal. Hotels championed brunch since most restaurants were closed on Sundays. Soon, eateries began offering drinks, including now-signature brunch cocktails like bloody marys and mimosas. Ca

VOTE: What’s the best brunch spot in Dunwoody? | Best of Dunwoody

With restrictions lifted on dine-in services across Georgia, Dunwoody residents may wonder where they can go to grab the best of breakfast and lunch.

Whether it’s a bagel sandwich you can enjoy any time of the day at Goldbergs Fine Foods or eating a Croque Madame while sipping on $5 mimosas at la Madeleine, Dunwoody offers no shortage of cuisine options for brunch — now or when temporarily closed locations reopen.

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This month’s Best of Dunwoody poll asks AJC readers to vote for the brunch spot you think is the best in the city.

If you can’t view the poll, click here.

Know of a spot that should be added? Email a write-in nominee to kiersten.willis@ajc.com. If enough people suggest your spot, we’ll place it in our poll. Voting ends at midnight Thursday, July 9.

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Don’t forget to check out our Best of Dunwoody winners:

» Best first date spot

» Best place to take your dog

» Best patio

» Best rainy day activity

» Best happy hour

» Best Mexican food 

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