Brunch in Louisville

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.

~XOXO

Crème Brûlée French Toast $7.49

Chicken and Waffles $9.49

Zeggz

2400 Lime Kiln Lane, Suite B
Louisville, KY 40222
Phone: 502-742-6292
Everyday: 7:00 am – 3:00 pm (Staying open an additional hour)

Bacon Avocado Toast

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.

~XOXO

Ingredients

2 Slices of Bread (My bread of choice was Sara Lee Artesano)

1 Slice of Thick Cut Bacon (pan fried)

1 Avocado

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 Brasserie at Parrish

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.

~ XOXO

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

United States

The Albert Burger

I set out on a gorgeous Saturday to have Brunch With my husband and siblings. I discovered a quaint neighborhood bar located in Inman Park called The Albert. Let me assure you that the food is so delicious and we ate every bite of it. My favorite menu item is The Albert Burger. It’s no surprise that I’m a huge pimento cheese advocate and this Burger gave me pimento cheese life!! Topped with bacon and pickled red onion. Now I know why The Albert is the favorite neighborhood bar in Inman Park. Give The Albert a try on your next visit to Atlanta.

~XOXO

The Albert Burger, $11

The Western, $11

Fried Chicken Sandwich, $10

Pulled Pork Hash, $12 (Brunch Menu Item)

The Albert

918 Austin Ave

Atlanta, GA 30307

The Southern Gentlemen

Hey Loves! I just had to share with you about my lovely experience at The Southern Gentlemen restaurant. Located in the Buckhead neighborhood, this restaurant is setting a trend for a cool and relaxed Brunch experience. With such nice decor and great food selections, the Southern Gentlemen is sure to be acknowledged as one of Atlanta’s top restaurants to patron. Don’t forget the Mimosas!!

~XOXO

The Southern Gentlemen Breakfast

Chicken Biscuit & Gravy

The Southern Gentlemen

3035 PEACHTREE RD NE

SUITE A208

ATLANTA, GEORGIA

Grant Park Market

Located in the historic Grant Park neighborhood is a new Market and it is adorable. I love this concept of a community grocery store and cafe. And the decor has a sleek and fashionable style that is jaw dropping. The best part is the Gather space where breakfast, lunch, dinner and Mimosas are served. The Grant Park Market is what the community needs right now!!

~XOXO

The Early Bird Sammie (egg, bacon, and cheese on sourdough bread)

The Grant Park Market

519 Memorial Drive

Suite A4

Atlanta, GA 30312

Pinewood Atlanta Studios

Did you know there is a movie studio located outside of Atlanta? More importantly, did you know they served brunch on Saturdays?? That’s right, Pinewood Atlanta Studios located in Fayetteville, Ga serves a mimosa Brunch on Saturdays. This brunch is a buffet style including good southern comfort foods such biscuits and gravy, grits, and Mac and cheese. Check out Pinewood Movie Studios for their Saturday Mimosa Brunch. You won’t be disappointed!

~XOXO

Pinewood Atlanta Studios

Saturday Mimosa Brunch

461 Sandy Creek Rd #2121

Fayetteville, GA 30214

The Garden Bird

I just have a question? Who’s mother, aunt, or grandmother is in the kitchen cooking up collard greens and frying chicken?? That’s exactly what comes to mind after eating at Maple Street Biscuit Company. My brunch selection was the Garden Bird. This biscuit came equipped with a southern fried chicken breast and topped with collard greens, fried egg, and a dash of hot sauce. The concept is so southern and takes you back to the days when everyone sat around the kitchen table and enjoyed great food and conversation. If you are in the Atlanta area, give Maple Street Biscuit Company a try.

-XOXO

The Garden Bird

Maple Street Biscuit Company

Parsons Alley

3550 West Lawrenceville Street, Unit 210
Duluth, Georgia 30096

Monday – Thursday
7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Friday – Saturday
7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Closed Sundays

Brash Coffee

You have to visit Brash Coffee to believe what I’m about to tell you. Have you ever heard of a coffee shop designed from a steel storage container?? Well, look no further because located on the west side of Atlanta off Howell Mill Rd is the cutest and perfectly designed coffee shop called Brash. From iced coffee to hot chocolate, Brash has you covered for a morning or afternoon jolt. Oh and check out the croissants and pastries too!! If you are in the Atlanta, give Brash Coffee a visit.

~ XOXO

Photo taken by Dre Kelley

Hand Model: Jasmine Batiste | Photo taken by: Sierra Batiste

Brash

Westside Provisions

1168 Howell Mill Road Northwest

Atlanta, GA 30318

A Big thanks to Dre, Sierra and Jasmine for joining me in the coffee shop visit to Brash.

The Andouille Sausage Omelette

Today I wanted to cook an omelette but with a Nola twist. I decided on andouille sausage with a cajun remoulade sauce. Paired with a couple pieces of bacon (my dog Brody had the 3rd piece!) and orange slices and this Brunch was good to go. See the recipe below and give it a try.

~XOXO

Ingredients:

2 Fresh Eggs

Andouille Sausage (as much you’d like!)

Holy Trinity Seasoning (Onion, Celery, Bell Pepper)

Garlic Clove

Munster Cheese (1 slice)

Creole Seasoning

2 Slices of Bacon

Chop holy trinity seasoning and garlic clove until diced fine. For this Omelette I used 1/4 each vegetable for chopping. If you chop too much seasoning, don’t worry you can use the seasoning for other recipes. Chop the andouille sausage into small dices. In a medium skillet on medium heat, fry up the bacon until done and set aside. In the same pan sauté the holy trinity, garlic, and andouille sausage until done. Add Munster cheese slice.

Mix the eggs in a bowl and add the creole seasoning or seasoning salt (about a pinch) no more than 1/8 teaspoon. Add butter (unsalted) to the pan. Add egg mixture and allow the eggs to form a ring around the sausage mixture. With a spatula, fold the eggs towards the sausage in a repeated motion as the eggs cook. Do the same to the opposite end of Omelette. Gently fold the eggs over and slide onto the plate.

Cajun Remoulade

1 cup of Mayo

1 Tablespoon of Dijon Mustard

1 teaspoon of holy trinity seasoning

1 teaspoon of lemon juice

1 teaspoon of creole seasoning

1 pinch of Cayenne pepper

Mix all ingredients and drizzle over Omelette.