Food & Drink | American

Amy LaFaye's

2559 Pharr Ave, Dacula, GA 30019 View Map

Amy LaFaye's restaurant in Dacula is a down-home tribute to Southern cooking and family recipes. Owner Amy Gravitt and her family and friends run the place just like a busy kitchen at home, with smiles, casual laughter and an occasional holler to the kitchen in the back for more biscuits. The breakfast menu includes a la carte items as well as a hearty breakfast platter. You can come in and order a plain biscuit, a biscuit with breakfast meat (chicken, steak, sausage link, tenderloin, ham, sausage patty or bacon) or a whole platter with biscuit, eggs, and plain, cheese or butter grits, meat and gravy. The biscuits are huge and made from scratch, and the gravy (both milk and redeye) is also made from scratch. The grits are "real", not instant, and the eggs are freshly cooked all morning.

For big appetites with time to enjoy the feast, the platter is a favorite. For a quicker breakfast (but plenty filling), wrapped biscuits to go are popular.

The Friday evening dinner menu changes weekly but includes a choice of two meats, a long list of sides (pinto beans, boiled cabbage and macaroni and cheese are favorites), cornbread or rolls and a dessert.


Contact Info

(678) 377-4664

TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
4.5 stars on TripAdvisor Based on 29 traveler reviews

Best Breakfast in GA

Amy La Fayes by far has the best breakfast in Dacula or anywhere close. The Owner and family run restaurant are the nicest people I have ever dealt with. The portion size is more than one person can... Read Full Review

Great Breakfast

Loved the breakfast! I have been several times but one of my favorite biscuits is the sausage dipped in gravy. Read Full Review

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Please change your picture. There is a hair on the biscuit in the pic. Aside from that, I've been for breakfast and lunch. So good. Service is excellent. Read Full Review

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Yelp Reviews

4.5 stars on Yelp Based on 71 traveler reviews

First: THIS PLACE IS CLOSED ON TUESDAYS!!!! Closed Sun, Mon, Tue! Sunday I had the sausage and egg biscuit and OMG is was worth the 20-25 minute drive! So... Read Full Review

My mom and I stopped by Amy Lafaye's for brunch one Sunday morning. The restaurant was filling quickly as their hours on the weekend are limited. Upon... Read Full Review

I was expecting so much more from this place. The food was nothing special and over priced. Either had 0 flavor at all or way over salted. I didn't feel... Read Full Review

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