Atlanta >Food & Dining > West Egg Cafe
1100 Howell Mill Rd NW, Atlanta, GA | Directions 3031833.785232 -84.411756
Monday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Tuesday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Wednesday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Thursday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Friday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Saturday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Sunday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Neighborhoods: Northeast, Northeast, Home Park
The best breakfast in Atlanta. They're menu changes, but the food is always exceptional. If it's available, I recommend the Chocolate Bourbon Milkshake especially if it's your birthday. Treat yourself.
Fun cafe serving breakfast lunch & dinner, with breakfast served all day. Coffee roasted around the corner at Batdorf & Bronson & boozy milkshakes are popular. Definitely get there early on the weekends for brunch!
Probably the most healthy and clean new breakfast spot in the city; the french toast and Georgian Benedict are my favorites.
Three words: Coca Cola Cupcake! I love ending my breakfast/lunch meals here with their delicious twist on a Southern drink. My favorite entree here is their salmon cakes benedict-heavenly!
Banana Bread French Toast! – I'm not really a breakfast person but a coworker told me to try the french Toast. Best decision EVER!
Best French Toast EVER!!!! – I have had good French toast before but West Egg's Banana Bread French Toast takes the cake. It comes topped with Caramel sauce and fresh cut bananas and definitely tops the list of best ever.
Another brunch spot – This seems to be just another brunch spot that gets lost in the mix. Nothing standout about it good or bad. Just kind of unforgettable. I had the challah french toast and my husband had the Georgian Benedict. The coffee is kind of gross. Wouldn't go out of my way to recommend this place, but wouldn't tell people to stay away.
Great place to eat breakfast! – the food here is amazing, kudos to chef.
Georgia Benedict is unreal!!!!!! – Must try the georgia benedict. So good it may change your life!
Decent food but over-rated – I recently tried the green tomato wrap and pancake with my wife at West Egg Cafe. The pancakes were good and quite filling. The green tomatoes in the wrap really didn't have very good seasoning. I grew up on fried green tomatoes, and everyone I talked to told me to try this place. I just really wasn't impressed. One of the managers actually started yelling at our server in the kitchen, but it was loud enough to hear. It might have just been a bad day when we came, But I won't be eating there any time soon
Great brunch and coffee spot – This is a neighborhood spot for me and I really love the service and the great coffee shop style vibe. They have a great selection of coffees to choose from and their breakfast dishes are varied and affordable. I really appreciate that they offer very traditional as well as more creative breakfast options. The service is always friendly. I brought cupcakes to a client meeting instead of standard donuts and they were thrilled.
Brunch was great. But where's the cupcakes? – Brunch was delicious. I had the french toast and a sausage egg and cheese biscuit. I must say that the biscuits are some of the best I've ever had. I was a little disappointed to find out that they were out of the cupcakes I had heard so much about. I wasn't too pressed about it, but my girl insisted we come back the next day (Sunday) a little earlier to try to get one. On Sunday I got the banana bread french toast which was just as good as the regular french toast but a little heavier. This time we were lucky enough to get there while there were still 3 cupcakes left. My girl had our waitress reserve them for us, but apparently the message didn't get delivered and another waitress sold them to a different table. Cupcakes aren't really my thing so it didn't matter much to me, but my girl was upset... needless to say, it was a little harder for me to get the cupcakes after we got home.
Great food – West Egg is a cool place with great food. Their breakfast is awesome. They are cool with kids which is hard to find around here. Wet Egg is a great neighborhood place to eat.
Yummy Brunch! – I stopped by around 12:30 on a Saturday with a friend. We were seated within 10 minutes but it did take a little while to be seen to by our waiter. We both ordered a menu special that consisted of egg and turkey chorizo. It was very tasty as was our sweet tea. Portion and price were reasonable as well. I was hoping to try the Coca-Cola cupcake but they were all out by the time we got there. Same with the chocolate chip cookies. However, the red velvet cupcake we tried was delicious. The icing was buttery and the cake was moist. I guess next time we'll try to get there a bit earlier so we can try the others before they run out! The only real negative I have is that the parking was valet and I prefer to hang onto my keys if possible..personal quirk. We parked a few blocks away and walked. Maybe after the massive construction happening all around it is over the parking problems with be over, too.
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