3 Best Brunch Spots in Smyrna, Georgia 3 Best Brunch Spots in Smyrna, Georgia
If you’re planning to visit Smyrna, Georgia, you should definitely take the time to enjoy some of the local flavors. See what Smyrna offers... 3 Best Brunch Spots in Smyrna, Georgia

If you’re planning to visit Smyrna, Georgia, you should definitely take the time to enjoy some of the local flavors. See what Smyrna offers for brunch.

The following list contains three great places in Smyrna that serve brunch. While you’re in town, take time to visit the restaurants below. Some restaurants require reservations, and you’ll have to plan ahead for them. But you’ll find that each of these places offers a distinctive atmosphere and variety.

Jack’s New Yorker Deli – Smyrna

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Full disclosure: Jack’s New Yorker Deli has an Atlanta address. However, the deli has a store that proudly serves Smyrna at 4691 Atlanta Road. We’re cheating a little bit here, but if you find yourself on the outskirts of Smyrna for brunch, why not drop by and see what Jack’s has to offer?

Jack’s New Yorker Deli brings a New York flavor to its food and adds a flair that is “uniquely Southern.” If you want to make a brunch out of your visit, the deli has a selection of breakfast items that are served all day. The breakfast menu includes a variety of egg omelets and sandwiches as well as old favorites such as pancakes ($2.99 each) and eggs of any style ($1.50 each).

The breakfast sandwiches at Jack’s New Yorker Deli cost between $4.99 and $9.99. Omelet prices range from $5.49 to $8.49.

Muss & Turner’s

When you’re making a reservation for Muss & Turner’s (1675 Cumberland Parkway SE #309), consider having a quaint Sunday brunch. Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. on Sunday, Muss & Turner’s serves brunch, and it offers guests its St. Germain Mimosas. (Your first glass costs $8.03, but each subsequent mimosa is $5.03). For food, you can order seasonal plates, sandwiches, salads, soups, or large dishes, such as the Turtle French Toast.

The low-priced items on the menu include a side of French fries and Yesterday’s Soup. The big-ticket item on the menu is Shoulder Steak Nom Tok, dressed with cabbage, cilantro, cucumber, nam prik, red onion, scallions, and toasted peanuts.

South City Kitchen

South City Kitchen (1675 Cumberland Parkway SE) is an intimate restaurant where tables are available only by reservation. It is situated in the Vinings area of Smyrna, Georgia. The restaurant offers specialty and regional cuisine, and it holds brunch on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Start your brunch off right with “first tastes,” such as fried green tomatoes ($9) or hot crab toast ($11). Order some specialties such as the Shrimp & Red Mule Grits ($21). Add an orange or cranberry mimosa and some dessert.

While You’re Visiting Smyrna …

Make sure you find a good deal on a hotel that’s close to some of these fine establishments. Some of the restaurants mentioned above are a short drive away from downtown Smyrna, the heart of the city.

As you’re planning your trip to Smyrna, think about what the local restaurants have to offer, particularly in terms of brunch. Whether you’re in the mood for a good mimosa or some shrimp, Smyrna has you covered.

 

Leah Larkin

Leah Larkin

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