Places To Try: Folk Art

This amazingly delicious place might just be my new #1 brunch spot. Folk Art is located in the Inman Park area of Atlanta within an old brick building. When we went, there was a 30 minute wait and since the restaurant does't have much waiting space, everyone was waiting outside in the cold (that should tell you how great it is). Once we finally got inside, I fell in love with the interior. The walls were brick and filled with old vintage signs. There was plenty of seating and even a mini dinner type bar in the back. We sat at a high top which gave us a great view of the whole place. Me and my sister love sharing plates so we got the Cinnamon Pecan Sticky Bun Sweet Potato Pancakes along with Scrambled Egg Whites With Toast and Turkey Sausage, which we made into a sandwich. We also got a side of Pimento Cheese to put on the sandwiches, because you can never get enough pimento cheese. I highly recommend every single thing we got. The eggs, toast, and sausage were great, but my ultimate favorite were the pancakes. I had never tried sweet potato pancakes, but now that I have, I'm never going back to regular. The pancake was just the right amount of sweetness but not too overpowering that you could only have one bite. It was topped with icing, cinnamon, and pecans, which was heaven. Side note, if you're trying to make the brunch boozy, they have mimosas and Bloody Mary's in mason jars that are adorable. I will definitely be making a trip (or several) back to this amazing place in the very near future. 

Check out Folk Art's website for their menu and more pictures.

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