[FOOD REVIEW] CAFE 1933 for Brunch Sunday 29 January, 2023

Café 1933 (the name is a nod to the year that Prohibition ended) is a new restaurant on Peachtree Street that is a gem for good eats and drinks in Atlanta.

They are open for lunch, dinner, late-night dining, weekend brunch and occasion specialty pop-up experiences. This is focusing on their Weekend brunch options, available from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.


Smoked Salmon Bagel

Two Bagels served on Local Bagels, Caper Cream Cheese & Pickled Onions.

Biscuits & Jam

Stuffed French Toast

A brunch classic made with Ricotta & Strawberry Whip, Mixed Berry Syrup, Blueberries & Lemon Cream.

Steak & Eggs

A hearty option which consist of 20 oz. Cowboy Ribeye, Eggs Your Way, House Potatoes & Toast.

Double Chocolate Cake

Prohibition Styled Cocktails

Cafe 1933 styled Mimosas

What’s brunch without a mimosa? You can get a traditional OJ & bubbly combo, or try different variations of mango, pineapple, grapefruit and more flavor options.

McQueen’s Gambit Cocktail

McQueen & the Violet Fog made with apricot liqueur, lemon, honey ginger syrup, cava & tajin.

Weekend Brunch are Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m

Cafe 1933

1100 Peachtree St NE suite 110,
Atlanta, GA 30309


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