Tag Archives: Breakfast

South City Kitchen’s new Avalon location will serve daily breakfast

Source: Atlanta Magazine

South City Kitchen AvalonCourtesy of the Johnson Studio at Cooper Carry South City Kitchen is bringing its elegant Southern fare to Alpharetta on January 16. Part of the new Hotel at Avalon, the Fifth Group restaurant’s fourth location (other outposts are in Midtown, Buckhead, and Vinings) will have something none of the others do: a daily breakfast offering. Starting January 17 and created by chef David Gross, formerly of the W Hotel Buckhead, the menu will include a stacked chicken biscuit with Gouda, pecan-smoked bacon, and apple butter; and avocado toast on whole grain H&F bread topped with poached eggs ...

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Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q to launch breakfast service in February

Source: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q founders Jonathan and Justin Fox will launch breakfast at their Armour Yards outpost in Feb. / Photo: Sweetwater Brewing Co.

By Becca Godwin

Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q’s “Que’ Osk,” the standalone barbecue kiosk that opened in October 2016, will launch breakfast at its Armour Yards outpost beginning Feb. 19.

Fox Bros. will hold preview breakfast pop-ups at the Freedom Farmer’s Market at the Carter Center on Jan. 13, Feb. 3 and Feb. 10, with co-owners Jonathan and Justin Fox dishing up fare for those with a morning hanker for Tex-Mex.

Located at 120 Ottley Drive, near the Fox Bros. ...

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Next to an East Cobb gas station, Marietta Donuts serves up fresh yeast doughnuts and apple fritters

Source: Atlanta Magazine

An assortment from Marietta DonutsPhotograph by Lia Picard Two years ago Sokcheat Heng, the owner of Marietta Donuts, left Battambang, Cambodia for Boston with hopes of becoming a successful entrepreneur in the U.S. He had owned a home supply business in Cambodia but liked doughnuts and knew that his friends in Atlanta could help him learn how to make them. While living in Boston he met his girlfriend and business partner, Sophal Chhim, and together they packed up and moved to East Cobb. Friends had scouted out a storefront adjacent to a Shell gas station at the busy intersection of ...

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Middle Child Brings a Fresh Take on Daytime Eats to Wash West

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

Washington Square West is about to get a quirky new spot for breakfast and lunch. Middle Child, Matthew Cahn’s streamlined diner-deli hybrid, is set to open at 248 South 11th Street. Cahn, whose background includes work in advertising before he turned to foodservice, with stints at spots like Superiority Burger and specialty retailer Court Streety…

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George Sabatino Is Popping Up at Rooster Soup Company’s Late-Night Breakfast

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

On the last Saturday of every month, Rooster Soup Company transforms into a karaoke bar with a killer late-night breakfast. And this Saturday, September 30th, Aldine chef-owner George Sabatino is hanging out in the kitchen to put his own twist on the breakfast menu. On Saturday, September 30th from 8 p.m. until 1 a.m., Sabatino…

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Lil’ B Opens Today With “Everything” Croissants and Colonial-Style Grits

Source: Washingtonian Food

Hotel restaurants from big-name chefs and restaurateurs often skew finer-dining, but there’s a new breed of more wallet-friendly ventures. (Think the Hilton brother’s Crimson Diner and rooftop bar at Pod DC, or Casolare, Michael Schlow’s neighborhood Italian inside the Kimpton Glover Park Hotel.) Joining these ranks: Lil’ B, a Southern cafe from Bayou Bakery chef […]

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Looking for brunch downtown? Atlanta Breakfast Club is a reliable choice

Source: Atlanta Magazine

The chicken and waffles at Atlanta Breakfast ClubPhotograph by Jennifer Zyman. The name of Chef Anthony Sanders and O. Osiris Ballard’s restaurant group, Good Food and Company, sums up their relationship perfectly. “I’m good food, he’s company,” said Sanders, who has over 20 years of experience in the restaurant world. Ballard, on the other hand, comes from corporate America and the private business sector. Together, they’ve created Atlanta Breakfast Club, a cozy pit-stop near downtown’s major tourist attractions (the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, Children’s Museum of Atlanta, among others) where other food options are somewhat limited. “We wanted to ...

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Chick-fil-A Releases World’s Unhealthiest Breakfast Bowl

Source: Grub Street NY

Taco Bell is folding fried eggs in half for its new breakfast “taco,” but if your gut prefers starting the day with a true challenge, look no further than the other breakfast item announced this week: the Hash Brown Scramble, which has the distinction of being Chick-fil-A’s first …

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This Tropical Toast Just Might Be Your New Go-to Breakfast on Weekends

Source: Grub Street NY

Bright orange juice and creamy coconut milk make a much more interesting custard for French toast than regular milk. A warm fruit topping made with fresh pineapple and shredded coconut adds sweetness and eliminates the need for loads of maple syrup and powdered sugar. (If you’ve got a juicer, try …

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This Tropical Toast Just Might Be Your New Go-to Breakfast on Weekends

Source: Grub Street NY

Bright orange juice and creamy coconut milk make a much more interesting custard for French toast than regular milk. A warm fruit topping made with fresh pineapple and shredded coconut adds sweetness and eliminates the need for loads of maple syrup and powdered sugar. (If you’ve got a juicer, try …

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Monday Morning TL;DR: This Is the Most Hated Restaurant in America

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

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Happy Monday, everyone. If you’ve found your way here yet again, it’s probably because you want to know about deadly summer margaritas, How Hunter Thompson ate breakfast or that restaurant in Crown Heights that bragged about the bullet holes in its walls.

And we’ve got the scoop on all of that. But let’s begin with something else first. Because friends, we gotta talk about Instagram…

“That’s how you know millennials are starting to open restaurants.”

It’s not the first line of this piece on The Verge about Instagram, restaurants and the industry of making Instagramable restaurants, but it’s ...

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5 New Brunches and Breakfasts to Try Now

Source: Washingtonian Food

Anxo Cidery & Tasting Room 711 Kennedy St., NW  The new Brightwood Park location of this local cider house launches brunch this weekend, centered around fresh breads and bagels specially made for Anxo by Rockville’s Bakery de France. The lineup includes bagel sandwiches, sourdough avocado toast with roasted peppers and chive oil, and a roast […]

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DGS Delicatessen Launches All-Day Breakfast

Source: Washingtonian Food

When DGS Delicatessen opened in Dupont Circle, co-owner Nick Wiseman had a vision for the modern deli. Now with five years and three additional ventures under his belt—including posh seafood restaurant Whaley’s and Little Sesame hummus shop—the goals for DGS have changed. “When we launched we were like, ‘We’re going to be the renegade delicatessen […]

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Got five minutes? Holler & Dash can have a biscuit ready for you

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Rendering of Holler & DashBy FRCH Design Worldwide If you crave brunch fare on the regular, but don’t always have time for the whole wait-in-line, sip mimosa, wait-some-more production, you’re a likely target for the newest biscuit shop coming to the Westside. Holler & Dash Biscuit House made a name for itself as a comfort food breakfast-and-lunch option in Alabama, Tennessee, and Florida. Come August, it’s bringing its house-made biscuits, cage-free eggs, and hormone-free proteins to 1085 Howell Mill Road. “Atlanta’s food scene is very diverse, but it has that foundation of Southern emphasis,” Holler & Dash culinary director Brandon ...

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Why You Should Think of Breakfast As Happy Hour

Source: Grub Street NY

When Jean-Georges Vongerichten opened abcV in February, he didn’t start by serving dinner. Neither did Anita Jaisinghani at Pondicheri, or Camille Becerra at De Maria, or Fredrik Berselius and Claus Meyer at Norman. All of those chefs began with lunch and, more surprisingly, breakfast, which used to …

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Why You Should Think of Breakfast as Happy Hour

Source: Grub Street NY

When Jean-Georges Vongerichten opened abcV in February, he didn’t start by serving dinner. Neither did Anita Jaisinghani at Pondicheri, or Camille Becerra at De Maria, or Fredrik Berselius and Claus Meyer at Norman. All of those chefs began with lunch and, more surprisingly, breakfast, which used to …

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The Absolute Best Breakfast in New York

Source: Grub Street NY

If your schedule allows it, going out to breakfast on a weekday is one of the city’s greatest pleasures. Most people are at work, or at least getting ready for work, and so there’s almost never a wait for a table, even at the sort of hot-ticket establishments where scoring …

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The Best Cafes (and Restaurants) to Bring Your Laptop and Eat an Actual Meal

Source: Philadelphia Magazine » Foobooz

The Cusco Sandwich at Plenty Cafe

Maybe you’re a freelancer with a few hours between meetings downtown and you want to keep up the productivity. Or there’s construction in your office building and you can’t get anything done with power tools grinding away upstairs. Or you work from home but you’ve reached the point at which you’ll freak out if you don’t leave the house today.

You need a spot to get work done — school, freelance, creative, or just catching up on email. You also need to eat, and as tasty as the croissants and cookies at most coffee ...

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B’s Cracklin’ BBQ is hosting a breakfast pop-up on June 3

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Erika Council’s cinnamon rollsPhotograph by Erika Council Ever since Bryan Furman opened B’s Cracklin’ BBQ in Atlanta last fall, he’s wanted to serve breakfast. His much-loved Riverside restaurant opens at 11:00 a.m., but Furman arrives at 6:00 a.m. to tend to his smoked pork—which comes from his own Duroc and Chester White heritage pigs—and brisket. Why not make use of the space, he thought. On June 3, he will. Southern Soufflé blogger Erika Council will make her Sunday Supper-famous biscuits, which customers will be able to customize: they’ll be served plain, with apple butter; with eggs and cheese; with Furman’s ...

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B’s Cracklin’ BBQ is hosting a breakfast pop-up on June 3

Source: Atlanta Magazine

Erika Council’s cinnamon rollsPhotograph by Erika Council Ever since Bryan Furman opened B’s Cracklin’ BBQ in Atlanta last fall, he’s wanted to serve breakfast. His much-loved Riverside restaurant opens at 11:00 a.m., but Furman arrives at 6:00 a.m. to tend to his smoked pork—which comes from his own Duroc and Chester White heritage pigs—and brisket. Why not make use of the space, he thought. On June 3, he will. Southern Soufflé blogger Erika Council will make her Sunday Supper-famous biscuits, which customers will be able to customize: they’ll be served plain, with apple butter; with eggs and cheese; with Furman’s ...

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Why Did New York’s Most Innovative Chef Swap Fine Dining for Doughnuts?

Source: Grub Street NY

Wylie Dufresne has made a doughnut that tastes like a campfire. Technically, it’s a s’mores doughnut, topped with crushed Golden Grahams and the kind of tiny, dried marshmallows you find in a Swiss Miss packet. The defining feature, though, is the chocolate glaze, which Dufresne first smokes, and that’s the …

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The Absolute Best Egg Sandwich in New York

Source: Grub Street NY

Is there a more venerated New York sandwich than the bodega egg-on-a-roll, that whole-is-greater-than-the-sum-of-its-parts marvel and bedrock of urban culinary life? As you might expect with something so vital to the city’s lifeblood, the sandwich has become inspiration for countless chefs. And whether or not you consider tinkering with the …

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The Absolute Best Pancakes in New York

Source: Grub Street NY

You can break most people up into two categories: “savory-breakfast people”and “sweet-breakfast people,” and it’s the latter who usually goes for pancakes, those big, innocuous slabs of griddled carbohydrate that beg to be drenched in maple syrup and sprinkled in powdered sugar. But the truth is, the pancake is a …

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