A Fun Raiser: Einstein’s Restaurant
A must eats in Midtown, Atlanta, Georgia. Einstein’s is located within a genial walk from the business district, Piedmont Park, cultural landmarks, colleges, and the art’s scene. The restaurant is nestled between large trees on their grand patio and provides flavorful menu items for breakfast, a prominent brunch, lunch, and dinner.
“Einstein’s is a full-service restaurant located in the heart of Midtown, Atlanta. Since 1991, we have offered innovative, competitively-priced cuisine in a warm, accommodating environment. Consistently praised as Atlanta's best brunch and patio restaurant, Einstein’s also offers some of the most unique group and private dining spaces in the city.”
Reserve a table on the enjoyable patio. Or pull up to the inside bar to good eats and drinks. Bison burgers, house-made smoked salmon, and farro cakes share the menu with blueberry buttermilk pancakes, sweet potato fries, and applewood-smoked bacon. The Einstein theme is revealed throughout the menu of new American items of creative spins on sandwiches, soups, omelets, and more.
Midtown Atlanta is a locale with great culture, community, and with rich history. A former pine forest, the area today is home to commerce, neighborhoods, shopping, a large 200 acre park, music, museums, and sports events. Einstein’s industrious staff, unique shaded patio, and excellent menu items makes this a fun dining experience in Midtown.
1. The restaurant is located at 1077 Juniper Street NE Atlanta, Georgia 30309. This is a drivable distance from Buckhead, the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, and Emory University.
2. Peak times occur on weekends and during special events in the city. Make reservations to ensure a table.
3. The menu at Einstein’s has an array of choices with dishes featuring heirloom mixed greens, house-made potato chips, and chorizo sausage. The following were my favorites.
Bread Basket with delicious banana and pumpkin bread
Brunch Veranda platter
Three eggs scrambled
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