City Winery offering brunch menus for you and your dog (plus two more new spots for brunch)

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The nose of Finnegan, a mixed-breed dog owned by Alexandra Horowitz, the author of “Being a Dog: Following the Dog into a World of Smell,” in New York.If dog is purportedly man’s (and woman’s!) best friend, why would you want to leave your four-legged bud at home on the weekend while you chow down on waffles and chug Bloody Mary’s?

Now you don’t have to. City Winery, the winery/music venue/restaurant/bar/private events space at Ponce City Market, has started serving brunch for both humans and canines from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

The menu for guests of the two-legged variety includes shrimp and grits, buttermilk fried chicken, breakfast burritos and omelets, and drinks including the CW Bloody Mary, which comes with a skewered shrimp cocktail, bacon and smoked vegetable Bloody Mary mix.

The “Canine Cuisine” menu highlights pet-friendly brunch items such as “Pooched Eggs,” “Bow Wow Chicken” and a “Hot Diggity Dog.”

City Winery’s patio will stay open for brunch through the fall.

Looking for more brunch options? These two spots recently started serving brunch:

101 Steak in Vinings, which opened in June, offers brunch from 11:30 a.m.-3 p.mm. Saturday and Sunday. Dishes include ricotta donuts with pear compote and lemon curd, bananas foster buttermilk pancakes and Wagyu pastrami hash.

101 Steak, 3621 Vinings Slope SE, Vinings. 770-805-8855, 101steakatl.com.

5Church, which also opened its doors in June, recently started serving brunch from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday. offerings include Southern fried steak with whipped potatoes, eggs and wild mushroom-black pepper gravy and a Hangtown fry made with fried oysters, smoked bacon, scrambled eggs and a frisée salad.

5Church, 1197 Peachtree Street N.E., Atlanta. 404-400-3669, 5churchatlanta.com.

 

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