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Best Breakfast Joints in Gwinnett

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so make sure you eat somewhere great.

As you can imagine, Gwinnett is brimming with mouthwatering breakfast options. We've got biscuits. We've got pancakes. We've got avocado toast. We've got... really any breakfast food you could crave. Here's a list of just a few places you should try.

Flying Biscuit Cafe (Peachtree Corners)

If you're a fan of sweet over savory for your first meal of the day, try Flying Biscuit Cafe's Heavenly French Toast—two thick-slices of whole wheat bread dipped in
our signature batter, topped with raspberry sauce and honey creme anglaise.

First Watch (Snellville and Peachtree Corners)

First Watch has locations in Snellville and Peachtree Corners, giving you plenty of opportunities to try their extensive menu. The Farmhouse Hash is a must, and it includes two cage-free eggs any style atop fresh, seasoned potatoes, bacon, avocado, house-roasted onions and tomatoes, cheddar and monterey jack. Served with whole grain artisan toast.

Main Street Restaurant (Snellville)

Main Street Restaurant is another great stop for folks with a breakfast sweet tooth. Try the Belgian waffles. Add pecans, blueberries or chocolate chips for an extra sweet treat.

Maple Street Biscuit Company (Duluth)

We can't talk about breakfast without mentioning Maple Street Biscuit Company. It's hard to pick one thing, but start with the Five and Dime,  a flaky biscuit, with an all-natural fried chicken breast, pecanwood smoked bacon, a fried egg and cheddar cheese topped with house-made sausage gravy with a kick.

The Peachtree Cafe (Lawrenceville)

Lawrenceville is home to The Peachtree Cafe, and if you're really hungry, try the Corned Beef Hash Eggs Benedict. This dish is made up of house-made hash and poached eggs on a fluffy biscuit, topped with hollandaise sauce, served with home fries or grits.

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