Vote: How long are you willing to wait in line for brunch, Atlanta?

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Kickstart Breakfast, with eggs, bacon, grits and a biscuit, plus fresh carrot -ginger juice with sage oil. (Beckysteinphotography.com)

Kickstart Breakfast, with eggs, bacon, grits and a biscuit, plus fresh carrot -ginger juice with sage oil. (Beckysteinphotography.com)

Once, I waited 67 minutes to dine at a popular downtown restaurant because my very insistent out-of-town guests had to eat at that famous restaurant. Another time, my name was on a long list culminating to two hours wait time because a friend wanted to celebrate a personal accomplishment at a particular Sandy Springs restaruant. If, consistently, I had the patience of a patriot saint, the aforementioned scenarios would just be another all-day eating waiting affair in Atlanta. Since I abhor waiting, (my max is 15 minutes), I’m likely to dine at the same restaurants with good food and fast service or arrive at the start of brunch service.

All of this brings me today’s poll: How long are you willing to wait in line for brunch?

 

Vote in the poll and share your thoughts in the comments section. Poll results will post in two weeks so get to voting or sharing on social.

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