back to atlanta …
when you travel during a holiday weekend, make sure you anticipate a lot of closed establishments. luckily, some of the food places on our list were open. west egg cafe, in the westside neighborhood, was one brunch place recommended by design sponge atlanta guide.
located on the main level of an apartment building, you won’t have to worry about finding parking. just off to the side is the entrance to the garage where you can park at west egg’s reserved spots. we took our time and enjoyed our meal.
(above R: watermelon basil soda)
(above L: black bean cakes; above R: andouille sausage and sweet potato hash (two fried eggs, onions and peppers, with mixed greens))
(above: challah french toast (with fruit compote))
we didn’t let the closed shops stop us from exploring a bit. just a few blocks away is atlanta’s westside urban market with a few eateries and shops we peeked into and would love to visit next time: jct kitchen and bar, star provisions and taqueria del sol.
have you been to atlanta? what are your favorite places?