1. Ravioli Vodka from Volare ($19)
Homemade ricotta ravioli and and green peas covered in a billowing, creamy tomato vodka sauce. Volare's pasta is the best in town, and their desserts are beautifully presented.
Buttermilk, hand-fried chicken breast with home-made waffle and maple syrup--don't forget to order whiskey by the drink at the renowned honky-tonk watering hole.
3. Simply Southern Ice Cream from The Comfy Cow ($9.50 a pint)
Georgia butter pecan ice cream infused with Old Forester bourbon, pecan pie chunks, and dark chocolate chips. The Comfy Cow also run a delicious array of seasonal and foodie flavors that shouldn't be missed.
4. The Bánh Mi Sandwich at Four Sisters ($6.50 - $7.50)
Choose from pulled chicken, mushroom & tofu, or lemongrass beef; the Bánh Mi from Four Sisters comes with pickled carrots and daikon, cilantro, paté mayonnaise, cucumber, onion, and jalapeno on white or wheat. Perfect with a cinamon and sugar crepe or a Nutella latte!
5. Migas at North End Cafe ($7.50)
Three eggs scrambled with blue corn tortilla chips, jalapenos and cheddar cheese, served with fresh salsa and home fries. If you're brunching on a weekend get there early, there's almost always a wait.
6. Stuffed Grape Leaves at The Grape Leaf ($7.50)
Stuffed grape leaves filled with vegetables, rice and herbs, served with tatziki. The Grape Leaf has a variety of delicious vegetarian options like this, but also amazing gyros.
7. Salmone alla Griglia from Porcini ($25)
Fresh grilled salmon with honey and blood orange glaze, on a bed of Tuscan beans with pancetta, sauteed spinach, cherry tomatoes and roasted garlic. Porcini has an unbeatable atmosphere.
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