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Best Places to Binge Brunch

You CAN brunch with us.

Raise your hand if you agree—brunch is the best. It's really just a socially acceptable excuse to start partying before noon. Gwinnett's got some top-notch brunch spots where you can have a hearty meal and drink your mimosa too.

1. Parkside District

Parkside District is serving up some scrumptious dishes. Try the classic benedict or the braised short rib. The bar serves some pretty stellar cocktails, like the strawberry basil mojito.
Brunch hours: Sunday, 11am - 4pm

2. Maple Street Biscuit Company

You guessed it—Maple Street Biscuit Company excels in the biscuit game. Check out The Squawking Goat, a flaky biscuit, all natural fried chicken breast, fried goat cheese medallion and house made pepper jelly.

3. Uncle Jack's Meat House

When their brunch menu is named Boozy Bruncher you know it will be a good place. Uncle Jack's is known for their Applewood Smoked Bacon dipped in peanut butter. On the weekends you can buy two hour bottomless brunch cocktails for $24.95. 

4. The Brunch Apothecary

It's all in the name. I personally recommend the pork belly benedict at The Brunch Apothecary. It's unique and delicious. The biscuit casserole is filled with the chef's choice of ingredients daily.

5. The Crossing

Don't let the steakhouse name fool you, The Crossing knows how to do Sunday Brunch. Start your meal off with a Pineapple Express Martini and end it with the House made French Toast. 

Brunch is served from 11-3:30 on Sundays only

6. Three Blind Mice

I'm starting with the drinks here. How about a maple-bacon old fashioned to kick off your Sunday? Three Blind Mice also makes a mean, spicy bloody mary, as well as bottomless mimosas for $12. The food is also fantastic. Try the low-country shrimp and grits or the Crab cake benedict. 
Brunch hours: Sunday, 10am - 3pm

7. La Belle Vie

Make plans ahead of time to experience La Belle Vie's highly sought after brunch menu. Their modern French twists on brunch has menu items like a lobster omelette and Croque madame croissant. 

Brunch is served Saturdays and Sundays 10:30am to 3pm, reservations strongly encouraged

8. Sugar Hill Bakery & Cafe

A concise, French-focused menu spans crème brûlée French toast to croque madame. Save room for dessert—the lengthy list of home-made confections ranges from Oreo cheesecake bars to 12 varieties of picture-perfect cupcakes.

9. Cosmo's On Crogan

Italian Brunch is the new way to brunch. At Cosmo's On Crogann Crogan you can get a Lox + Bagel with local cold smoked salmon, red onion, capers and cream cheese. 

10. Local Republic

We all know Local Republic is good for lunch and dinner, but be sure to stop by for brunch. You'll find dishes like Pimento Biscuits and chicken during their Sunday brunch.
Brunch hours: Sunday, 11am - 2pm

11. Oy!

Stands for Overindulgent Yumminess which is exactly how you will feel once you leave after trying their triple chocolate chunk pancakes!

12. Jam & Toast

Calories don't count for brunch at Jam & Toast, try their Banana & Nutella French Toast. 

Post by Jessica Whittingslow / updated by Clara Rooks on 8/24/2022

Self-proclaimed foodie and adventurer, Jessica loves to explore Gwinnett and all the great dining, shopping, activities and events the area has to offer. When she's not telling you guys what dishes to try or where to be, she's reading, spending time outdoors or catching up on the latest Netflix original series (who else loved Stranger Things??).