First Watch, The Daytime Café

I’m not sure if it’s a hallmark of getting older, but brunch has easily become my favorite meal of the day. I’ve always loved breakfast (coming from a food-filled northern-turned-southern family, we threw ourselves into the biscuits and gravy-filled world of southern breakfasts with gusto), so it was a great treat to be invited by […]

Folk Art

Folk Art is a relatively new restaurant in Atlanta that opened about a year ago in the Inman Park area. It’s in an area I would like to get to more often but checking traffic around that area usually makes me think otherwise. On this particular occasion, I visited for brunch on Sunday so I […]

The General Muir

An Anish-style caveat: This review is for brunch only at The General Muir. Recently, Adam and I took my father to The General Muir in Emory Point for a birthday brunch. They don’t accept reservations for brunch, but we did not wait long when we arrived around noon on a Saturday. The General Muir was […]

Local Three Kitchen & Bar

Caveat: This review is only for the brunch at Local Three. Local Three’s philosophy per their website is “People Matter Most, Local Is Priority, Seasonal Makes Sense, Authenticity Rules, Quality Governs, Delicious Trumps, Pretense Stinks, Comfort Feels Good, Appreciation Tastes Better, Prudence Sustains It All.” These are all great points to live by and I […]

After The Party Is The After Party, And…

Vasiliooooooooos Here are some shots from the disposable cameras of the after-party, morning after and brunch. By this time, myself and others had changed and extraneous articles of clothing were removed. After the dancing finally ended, we went inside and watched the ending of Jurassic Park – just because. A lot of fun was had […]