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ATL breakfast spot

What's a good casual, healthy breakfast spot in Atlanta? 

Atlanta (Georgia)

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Haley from Destin

Hey Jack! I love West Egg Cafe. You can also get small bites at Revelator Coffee Company - Atlanta Westside nearby in the West Side District. If you are closer to Ponce City Market, head in to find multiple restaurants all under ones house with an awesome @Chelsea Market shopping experience. Have fun in Atlanta!


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Paula from Tampa

Two favorites: O.K. Corral and Flying Biscuit Cafe. Enjoy!!!


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JJ from New York City

Depends on where you're staying. Egg Harbor Cafe is a great casual place to have breakfast, and they have locations both in-town and in the Suburbs (if that's where you'll be). They have a pretty big menu so there's a little bit of something for everyone. The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead hosts a pretty fancy brunch spread (but at $70 a person w/o alcohol), but if you're up it, the service is impeccable. Silver Skillet offers tasty Southern breakfast (get the country ham skillet). Buttermilk Kitchen is good but you're paying $13 for an omelette so something to think about.


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Jonathan from Niskayuna, New York

Rise-n-Dine near Emory University

Sweet Malisa's Cakes & Desserts in Decatur. 

Sun in My Belly in Decatur. 

Home Grown Restaurant is a cool funky place in the warehouse district south east of the city.


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Johane from Atlanta

Flying Biscuit Cafeis really good and has veggie options. West Egg Cafe has great coffee. Another Broken Egg Cafe is a chain but has a very varied menu. Depending on where exactly in Atlanta you're going there's a lot of options :)


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Hazel from Port St. Lucie

Whole Foods Market is the best one in the nation. Has everything in the Deli eating area.


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Wynn from Atlanta

Depends on where you are in Atlanta. Flying Biscuit Cafe is a chain, but it originated in Atlanta. They are located throughout Atlanta. There are some other good choices: J. Christopher's, The Original Pancake House and Egg Harbor Cafe have good, healthy breakfast. Murphy's in Virginia Highlands.


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Zack from Dallas, Georgia

Flying Biscuit Cafe is a healthy breakfast chain. Often very crowded, but the food is great. 


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