After your 15th time trying to cook the perfect “over easy” egg, you’re done over-exuding yourself for breakfast. Time to call in reinforcements. Restaurants across the city have stepped up to the plate and are offering all sorts of breakfast and brunch options for delivery and takeout. Whether you’re in the mood for pastries and coffee, a giant stack of pancakes, or a five-egg scramble to help you cure your ten-whiskey hangover, this list has what you’re looking for.
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The General Muir is the closest thing you’ll find to a true Jewish deli in the south. And right now they’re offering pickup and delivery of their full menu - order a pastrami and egg sandwich, a bagel with lox, or even a spread of latkes and chopped liver. Check out their website for more information.
Usually, you can rely on The Poncey Highland for some excellent scones, toasts, and coffee. But currently, they’re doing a family-style menu from Wednesday through Sunday. Just place your order 24 hours ahead of time from a menu of things like quarts of tomato soup, huge loaves of bread, turkey clubs, and a vodka soda cocktail that serves four if you want to recreate a boozy brunch at home.
A pretzel croissant is something that we would eat for breakfast any day of the week. Add on smoked salmon and avocado as Corner Cafe does, and this is now a breakfast that we’d start looking forward to the night before - probably right after we finished dinner. Get that sandwich along with a bunch of other options for curbside pickup or delivery by visiting their website.
If you’ve been watching famous french chefs on YouTube make omelets but still can’t get one to turn out right, open a new tab and place an order from Sun In My Belly. They’re serving a special omelet every day (call the restaurant at 404-370-1088 to find out what kind), along with other egg dishes like huevos rancheros, a scrambled egg panini with bacon, and even a daily quiche. Click here to place an order.
If you’re feeling kind of hungover from a virtual Happy Hour, get something from B-Side. Order a New York-style egg sandwich, some of their great coffee, and a scone or pastry to round things out. Call the restaurant at 404-748-4617 to place your order.
Callie’s has seven different types of biscuits, each of which you can turn into a sandwich or cover in gravy, along with other great breakfast items like pimento grilled cheese, grits, and even whipped butter. Order for pickup or delivery through Uber Eats.
The Tooth Fairy was lame, all we got for our precious baby teeth was one lousy dollar. But now that we know about The Bagel Fairy from Emerald City Bagels, we’re ready to put the Tooth Fairy behind us for good. The Bagel Fairy, which is what they’re calling their current $41.99 special, will drop off thirteen bagels and two tubs of cream cheese to your house. Check out their website to learn more.
Alon’s is offering a bunch of different pastries for delivery and pickup right now. Think almond croissants, Danishes, baguettes, and loaves of bread. Along with those options, you can order from their larger breakfast menu and get fruit salad, frittata, breakfast burritos, and more. See the full menu on their website.
If you’re looking for bread, Root Baking Co is where you want to get it from. They mill all of their flour onsite, which makes for some incredible loaves - sourdough, multigrain, sesame semolina, and olive sourdough just to name a few. Get some incredible pastries, like their morning buns, coffee cake, and croissants, while you’re at it as well. Check out their website for ordering information.