This Brunch venture was such a beautiful surprise. Rosie’s Cafe located on Northside Drive was such a pleasure with great food. Rosie’s Cafe provides free wi-fi so you can work, snap, instagram, or tweet your heart’s content while enjoying a good cup of joe. The breakfast platter is only $6.99 and will have you asking for the biscuit recipe (I really did ask lol). If you are in the Atlanta area, give Rosie’s Cafe a try.
The Breakfast Platter $6.99
48 Northside Dr
Atlanta, Ga. 30313
This week I decided to make french toast for brunch and add a strawberry topping. In between that is!! Check out the recipe and give it a try.
Makes about 2-4 Slices
*Dice or Cut Strawberries (to your style) and add sugar (I added 1 Tbsp). Set aside.
*Minimum 30 mins – 1 hour for juices to extract
1 Tsp of vanilla
1/4 cup of Milk
1 Tsp Sugar
1 Tsp of Cinnamon
Bread (Artesano was chosen for this recipe)
Combine ingredients except bread in a bowl and whisk. Lightly press/cover bread with the mixture one by one.
Turn Skillet on medium heat and add butter or oil (butter is my preference). Add mixed bread slices to Skillet and fry until golden brown (about 1-2 mins on each side).
Take two slices of the french toast and add the strawberry topping in between each slice of bread.
I dusted the top with powder sugar but whipped cream would be great on top as well. Enjoy!
Brunch in Louisville, KY is a must when visiting. We decided to try the restaurant Zeggz and the food was pleasing and delicious. I was enamored over the Crème Brûlée French Toast. The mimosas were spectacular with the use of one of my favorite Champagne brands Wyclef. If you are in the Louisville, KY area, give Zeggz a try.
Crème Brûlée French Toast $7.49
Chicken and Waffles $9.49
2400 Lime Kiln Lane, Suite B
Louisville, KY 40222
Everyday: 7:00 am – 3:00 pm (Staying open an additional hour)
Toast to this trendy twist on breakfast for slices of bread. Avocado Toast is a delicious and healthy alternative to using butter. And the toppings that you can use are endless. I wanted a savory taste so I decided on Bacon as my topping. This would be an awesome menu item for Brunch as well. Read the recipe below and give it a try.
2 Slices of Bread (My bread of choice was Sara Lee Artesano)
1 Slice of Thick Cut Bacon (pan fried)
1 Garlic Clove ( chopped)
1 tbsp. Sautéed Holy Trinity Seasoning*
Pan fry the bacon and cut into crumbles. Set aside.
After opening the Avocado, gently scoop the middle with a spoon into a bowl. Add chopped garlic.
*Extra Steps (my preference)
I sautéed a tablespoon of Holy Trinity Seasoning (onion, celery, and green bell pepper). Added a dash of salt and paprika to taste. ( Lemon Pepper Seasoning would go good as well). I also added a drizzle of avocado oil.
Toast Bread. Set Aside.
Smash the avocado mixture with a fork. Spread over toasted bread. Sprinkle some lemon pepper seasoning over toast.
Add crumbled bacon.
The Classic Mimosa consist of Champagne and Orange Juice. But whose to say you have to always be classic when you can be unique. I decided to give the classic Mimosa a twist with pineapple and mango. Give it a try!!
Champagne (of your choice) *I chose André Champagne*
Dice Pineapple and Mango into chunks. Set to blender on purée. Set purée aside. Pour champagne into glass if choice (flute, etc.). Add orange juice and purée. Voilá!
Brunch in Inman Park is always a good idea. We decided to give the Brasserie at Parrish a try and the restaurant did not disappoint. The food was absolutely delicious and the mimosas bubbly. The vintage French inspired decor was also pleasing. If you are in the Atlanta area, please give The Brasserie at Parrish a try.
Corned Beef Hash $13.00
Fried Chicken Benedict $15
w/Cheese Grits (Cheese may cost extra)
The Brasserie at Parrish
240 N Highland Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30307