Looking for the best brunch in Atlanta’s sweet spot? These unique eateries are serving up a delicious array of sweet and savory flavors in creative ways. So wake up, grab some friends, and get your weekend started with a tasty plate of breakfast favorites. Check out these eight restaurants around Cobb County, and find your new favorite brunch spot!

For even more foodie fun, check out Cobb Foodie Week (September 9-16, 2023), our annual celebration of Cobb’s thriving culinary scene, and your chance to sign up, save, and savor!

Chicken and waffles at 1885 Grill

4438 Cherokee St, Acworth, GA 30101

“This is our favorite restaurant in Acworth. We have lived here fifteen years and this is the best one we have found. We eat here several times a month and have not been disappointed..” – shawnhO8159CH via TripAdvisor

Be Sure to Try: Brent’s Country Breakfast

Breakfast at Basecamp Kennesaw Mountain

1718 Old 41 Hwy, Marietta, GA 30060

“You honestly cannot miss with anything on this menu, I have tried so many things here and they are all mouth-watering good. Good food and good company make me so happy and Basecamp provides both. The atmosphere is nice, the people are warm and the food is delicious.” – Joyce via Popmenu

Be Sure to Try: Chicken & French Toast

Chicken and waffles at The Cenacle

2844 Veterans Memorial Hwy SW, Austell, GA 30168

“Had brunch here the other day with a good friend and the food was DELICIOUS! The service was good as well. A cool spot to get a good cup of coffee, good meal, and more for an affordable price in such a nice, cozy, quaint atmosphere. Will definitely be back!!!” – Elena Pezzano via Facebook

Be Sure to Try: Salmon & Grits

4843 N Main St, Acworth, GA 30101

“Our favorite place to grab a coffee in the morning and hang out in afternoon! The drinks are unique and the food is fabulous. The owners are hands on and friendly. The staff is great!” – Kim via Google

Be Sure to Try: Loaded Grit Bowl

Blueberry Cruchcake brunch

2430 Atlanta Rd, Smyrna, GA 30080
2100 Roswell Rd, Marietta, GA 30062

“The food was really good. My kids thoroughly enjoyed their waffles with bacon and eggs and grits! I had the French toast, which was delicious! The portions are really big. I would have taken pictures but everyone ate their food too fast!” – Our Heroes’ Homes Inc via Google

Be Sure to Try: Blueberry Crunchcakes

Lazy Susan Brunch

19 N Park Square, Marietta, GA 30060

“Stumbled into Mac’s Chophouse for brunch when our selected restaurant was closed. What a happy accident! First of all, the restaurant is beautiful and well-appointed. Lots of fun details. It’s warm and inviting but also elevated. Our food was amazing, too! I was super impressed. I cannot say enough good things about Mac’s Chophouse, and I can’t wait to go back!” – Laura R. Bradford via Facebook

Be Sure to Try: Lazy Susan Brunch

 2625 Circle 75 Pkwy, Atlanta, GA 30339

“We ate at The National Anthem which is a new bar/restaurant added to the Omni. The waitress was great and the food was great too. We ate outside which was very beautiful and peaceful.” – Timeeka via Google

Be Sure to Try: Eggs Benedict

Brunch at Stockyard Burgers

26 Mill St, Marietta, GA 30060
2850 Paces Ferry Rd, Atlanta, GA 30339

“I absolutely love Stockyard for brunch. They have gluten-free options for me, the drinks are amazing, and very laid-back atmosphere. Mimosa flights are pretty neat too! The staff are friendly and couldn’t ask for a better brunch spot.” – Desiree H. via Yelp

Be Sure to Try: Mascarpone French Toast

Don’t forget to share sweet photos of your Cobb County Foodie adventures with us by using #CobbFoodie on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Your photo could be featured on our social media pages! For even more ideas of places to dine, check out our ‘Most Notorious Eats‘ blog or read through our expansive list of restaurants in Cobb.

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