Mon 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
Tue 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
Wed 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
Thu 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
Fri 7:00 am - 3:00 pm
Sat 7:00 am - 2:00 pm
Sun 7:00 am - 2:00 pm
968 Memorial Dr SE
Atlanta, GA30316
Call: 404.222.0455
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Chef  reviews Fried pork chop & sausage gravy at post.venue.name
Fried pork chop & sausage gravy
"Douse the eggs in Hotlanta hot sauce. This is an amazing representation of Atlanta Breakfast 101—busy, bustling, art on the walls, a mish-mash of eclectic, mid-century knick-knacks in the back, and GREAT, simple breakfast food. This dish brings together the peppery and crunchy exterior of the pork chops with the yolks broken through and mixed in with the acidic fruitiness of our own beloved hot sauce! It's great comfort food, not to mention a good coating on the interior lining of one's stomach."
Kevin’s Breakfast
"I’m going to pretend this dish was named for me. After all, what can be better than Southern grits, chili, and eggs? It's simple and delicious. It's a power breakfast if you ever saw one."
KaGefighter
"I love this place. I love it so much, I had them cater at my wedding. They even have a breakfast platter named after me! It's primarily made for me, so you might have to ask for it if it's not on the menu. It starts with a pancake with four sausage patties on top all covered with syrup and butter, topped with another pancake, and then heaped with fried chicken and gravy."
Chef  reviews Comfy chicken biscuit at post.venue.name
Comfy chicken biscuit
"Comfy' is a pretty good word to describe this open-faced biscuit padded with a batter-fried chicken breast and slathered with creamy sausage gravy. It's what you'll want to be after you shovel it all in and immediately drift off into satisfied, blissful sleep. Add a side of their mountainous stack of pancakes with maple syrup, and you'll have a breakfast that would make a pregnant lady cry."
Grant’s Stack
"This little country joint and in-house art gallery closes at 3 p.m. daily. They source locally and responsibly, and the owners are always in the kitchen or behind the counter. It’s hard to choose a favorite, but I guess what I order most often is Grant’s Stack—Texas toast sandwiching a fried green tomato, melted pimento cheese, and bacon from the master himself, Allan Benton. I often add a couple over-medium eggs to the mix, ensuring this turns into a fork-and-knife job after a few bites."

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