Intown brunch spots for a special day out with mom

4th & Swift (Photo courtesy Richard R on Yelp)

4th & Swift (Photo courtesy Richard R on Yelp)

By Benjamin Getz
Yelp Atlanta Community Manager

Mother’s Day is this Sunday and, more than likely, you’re planning a meal with your sweet mama. If cooking isn’t your thing, but you want to treat mom to a nice meal, we’ve got five quintessential Mother’s Day Brunch spots that are, of course, both Yelper and mother-approved.

4th & Swift
If you’re eating off a plate that has the mark of Jay Swift, you’re bound to have a great (albeit memorable) meal and one that surely wow all moms being celebrated. Do a quick search for “Mother’s Day” on their Yelp page and you’ll see why this spot is at the top of so many lists for special occasions. 621 N Ave., Old Fourth Ward.

South City Kitchen (Photo courtesy of Noelle H on Yelp)

South City Kitchen (Photo courtesy of Noelle H on Yelp)

South City Kitchen
Easily one of the most notable Midtown Brunch spots and one that serves up all of the southern faves – fried chicken, she-crab soup, and fried green tomatoes. Their Mother’s Day Brunch is a prix fixe menu. Looking for that favorite son/daughter award? Taking mom here will make you a shoe-in. 1144 Crescent Ave., Midtown.

Two Urban Licks
Show off your “cool kid” prowess for mommy dearest with a sunshine-y brunch date on the patio overlooking the Atlanta BeltLine with the Downtown skyline off in the distance. These cool cats are doing a menu for dinner as well. Hey, moms eat dinner, too! 820 Ralph McGill Blvd., Poncey-Highland.

Murphy’s
If you haven’t had brunch… or lunch… or wine… or, well, anything from Murphy’s (Ahem – Tollhouse Pie!) then you’re not truly living. Take mummy here for a brunchy Sunday and maybe for a quick tour of shopping for a new fancy hat through a few shops along Highland Ave. Brownie point, folks. 997 Virginia Ave, Virginia-Highland.

Murphy's (Photo courtesy of Brittany N. on Yelp)

Murphy’s (Photo courtesy of Brittany N. on Yelp)

One Midtown Kitchen
Another fantastic concept from the folks at Concentrics and another fancy-schmancy spot for a delightful brunch. The bonus? Once you’ve finished your meal and a few mimosas, take a quick cruise through Piedmont Park and grab a swing overlooking Lake Clara Meer with those pretty Midtown buildings in the background. 559 Dutch Valley Rd., Piedmont Park.

Follow Ben Getz’s reviews at benjamingetz.yelp.com and all the Yelp adventures on Instagram and Twitter @YelpAtlanta.

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