The Best Brunch Spots In Alpharetta, Georgia

Alpharetta, Georgia |© Dennis Gotta/Flickr
Alpharetta, Georgia |© Dennis Gotta/Flickr
Whether you fancy traditional choices such as eggs Benedict, or like to take chances with menu items like breakfast bread pudding, there is a brunch menu in Alpharetta to please everyone. Here’s our guide to the best brunch spots.
Chicken and Breakfast Bread Pudding Courtesy of South Main Kitchen

South Main Kitchen

Bar, Restaurant, Contemporary, American, $$$
Located in the heart of Alpharetta’s Historic Downtown District, this chef-driven restaurant offers a fresh and unique dining experience in a space complete with a rooftop bar. Menu highlights include Breakfast Polenta with sausage, feta, cherry tomato, fried egg and olive oil foam, Breakfast Bread Pudding with chicken and béchamel sauce and Sweet Potato Hash with a poached egg and dill hollandaise sauce.
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Oak Steakhouse

Restaurant, Steakhouse, American, Gluten-free, $$$
Oak Steakhouse offers inspired contemporary dishes alongside steakhouse classics in a modern and refined environment. It sits across the street from its sister restaurant, Colletta, in Alpharetta’s premier neighborhood of Avalon. The menu features dishes such as house-made Beignets with powdered sugar, Chicken and Waffles complete with house-made Belgian-style waffles and the “Belly and Bone,” a dish made with pork belly, bone marrow bread pudding, poached egg and hollandaise.
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Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen

Bar, Pub, Restaurant, Seafood, American, Cajun, $$$
Bar area
Bar area | Courtesy of Hop Alley Brew Pub in Alpharetta
Pappadeaux brings Cajun cuisine to Alpharetta by serving up the freshest Gulf Coast seafood and Louisiana-style favorites like crawfish étouffée. The Sunday brunch menu includes a buffet that includes made-to-order omelets, pancakes and waffles and a carving station featuring roast beef and glazed ham. Additionally, diners can dig into boiled shrimp, eggs Benedict, bacon, sausage, breakfast potatoes, fried and blackened catfish, smoked salmon, crawfish étouffée, gumbo and fresh salads among many other freshly made items.
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Hop Alley Brew Pub

Pub, Beer, Pub Grub, $$$
Hop Alley is located in Historic Downtown Alpharetta and serves up craft beer and craft food to its patrons. Menu highlights include a Monte Cristo sandwich (ham and Swiss cheese, covered in powdered sugar and served with a side of syrup) and Bacon Pancakes (three bacon-studded pancakes topped with peanut butter syrup, fresh banana and more bacon). They also have drink specials for brunch, including bottomless mimosas and Hop Alley Bloody Marys (try yours with bacon or jalapeño infused vodka for an extra kick).
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J Christopher’s

J Christopher’s features traditional favorites along with signature items for breakfast, brunch and lunch. At brunch, enjoy dishes such as the Just Bubba: a buttermilk biscuit smothered in sausage gravy and served with cheddar scrambled eggs and roasted potatoes or grits or the Eggs Christopher: poached eggs on a bed of smoked turkey, crispy bacon, sliced tomato and English muffin; all smothered in Hollandaise.

J Christopher’s, 3070 Windward Plaza, +1 770 740 8571

Bloody Mary Courtesy of Topgolf
Bloody Mary Courtesy of Topgolf


Bar, Restaurant, American, $$$
Topgolf is one of Alpharetta’s popular hangout spots for all hours of the day, where patrons can tee off before, during or after a meal. At the weekend there’s a brunch menu and build-your-own bloody Mary bar. One of the best items on the menu is the Chorizo and Egg Slider, composed of a Chorizo patty, aged white cheddar, scrambled eggs and house-roasted tomatillo salsa.
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Village Tavern

Village Tavern is an upscale yet casual American eatery that serves all your favorite dishes with a “tavern” twist. Menu highlights include Huevos Rancheros Supreme with andouille sausage, spicy black beans, tavern hash browns and fresh fruit, Southern Shrimp and Grits with applewood-smoked bacon, mushrooms, green onions, Anson Mills organic stone ground grits and Gruyere cheese and drink specials on drinks including bloody Marys, screwdrivers and mimosas.

Village Tavern, 11555 Rainwater Dr., +1 770 777 6490

Variety of options Courtesy of Ray's at Killer Creek Brunch Buffet
Variety of options Courtesy of Ray’s at Killer Creek Brunch Buffet

Another Broken Egg Cafe

Cafe, American, Coffee, Vegetarian, $$$
Another Broken Egg Cafe is a favorite local spot with a menu that you know and trust. Menu items are served from 7 a.m – 2 p.m seven days per week. Great brunch items include a Lobster and Brie Scramble: a cream cheese filled omelet with Brie & sautéed lobster meat, topped with a light champagne butter sauce, diced tomatoes & green onions and the Southern Crab Stack: Seasoned grit cake & jumbo lump crab cake topped with a shrimp & andouille sauté, garnished with red peppers & green onions and served with garlic French bread and seasoned country potatoes.
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First Watch

At First Watch, everything is made-to-order and freshness of dishes is never compromised. Try the “Bacado” Omelet: a bacon, avocado and Monterey Jack cheese omelet topped with sour cream and served with a side of house-made salsa.

First Watch, 3450 Old Milton Pkwy., +1 678 566 3447

Hudson Grille

Hudson Grille is a great, affordable spot to watch your favorite team play or to sit down and relax for a meal. A menu highlight is the Chicken and Sausage Tostados: pulled chicken, smoked sausage, scrambled eggs, feta, sour cream, lettuce and salsa

Hudson Grille, 865 N. Main St., +1 770 777 4127