Tied for second place were the Peach Cobbler French Toast at Atlanta Breakfast Club and the Pimento Cheese Omelet at Buttermilk Kitchen.
Atlanta Breakfast Club executive chef Anthony Sanders had Georgia on his mind when he created his peach cobbler French toast, Wendell Brock wrote for The AJC last year. "To put a local twist on the classic, fried-bread confection, he dollops it with a brown-butter peach compote fortified with a kiss or two of John Pemberton's secret recipe."
Why have a cheese omelet when you can have a pimento cheese omelet? Did we mention it also has smoked bacon and housemade red pepper jelly? Well, now we have.
» 5 best brunches in Atlanta
Next weekend, why not try something new?
If the pollen doesn't bother you, opt for an outdoor meal at one of these three favorite locations.
And don’t forget the mimosa. Most restaurants offer brunch cocktails to ease you into the weekend.
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If you really want to be adventurous, head OTP for one of these great options.
» 11 best brunch spots in Gwinnett County
» 5 great OTP brunches
» DeKalb County's best restaurants for brunch
If brunch isn’t your “thing,” check out some of other Best of Atlanta food winners:
» Best dish for less than $10
» Best Chinese food
» Best chili in Atlanta
» Best pizza place
Winners of all our Best of Atlanta polls can be found on ajc.com.