Where to Eat Brunch in Augusta, GA: Our Top Picks

This article highlights restaurants that serve brunch in Augusta. It covers everything from where to get a classic diner brunch to Cuban brunch with a mimosa flight.

There are so many excellent brunch options in Augusta that it can be hard to decide where to eat. Let this guide help you pick through the options to find the perfect brunch spot.

To help you make this very important dining decision, we have compiled a list of the various restaurants in Augusta that offer brunch, whether it’s daily or just a weekend special. This guide shares the type of food each restaurant offers, what makes the restaurant so special and even what to order for brunch!

Where to have Brunch in and Around Augusta, GA

We love sharing a map of our recommendations to make it easy for you to find the closest eatery. As you’ll see, many of the brunch restaurants listed are in downtown August or just over the bridge in North Augusta.

This article shares where to get brunch when you’re in Augusta. If want some more local recommendations, check out our guide to Augusta coffee shops and our list of where to get breakfast in Augusta.

505 Railroad Avenue | North Augusta

Weekend brunch gem tucked in N. Augusta’s Hammond’s Ferry

Manuel’s Bread Café is an excellent restaurant in North Augusta. They serve French cuisine with a southern flair. Their breakfast specialties that you don’t want to miss include French toast and eggs benedict.

Breakfast is served at Manuel’s Fridays and Saturdays from 9 am until 11 am and brunch on Sundays from 10 am until 3 pm.

To be honest, there’s not much difference between the breakfast and brunch other than the hours, so plan to go whichever day suits you best!

Its a great spot to check out when visiting the area or for a special occasion!

Swanky Cuban restaurant serving Sunday brunch

Pineapple Ink Tavern is a trendy downtown Augusta restaurant serving authentic Cuban fare. It’s one of our favorite restaurants in Augusta.

They offer an excellent Sunday brunch menu with a specialty French toast that changes every weekend and a large list of hearty brunch entrees.

Check out their brunch cocktails list as well. They even have a mimosa flight where you can taste four different flavors of mimosa.

Located in the heart of Augusta on Broad Street its the perfect place to enjoy brunch downtown.

466 Flowing Wells Road | West Augusta

Classic brunch specializing in fried chicken

Frog and the Hen is a local Augusta eatery specializing in breakfast and brunch available all day. It’s one of our favorite places for breakfast in Augusta.

On the menu you’ll find scratch-made dishes that make for the ultimate comfort food dining experience.

The early riser breakfast menu is available daily from 8 am until 11 am and includes classic breakfast staples. Their regular food menu is also full of breakfast items available all day.

Try the Frog & Hen’s Chicken Strip Biscuit (served 5 different way!!), their French Toast Chicken Sandwich or Chicken & Waffles!

Frog and the Hen serves coffee made with local Caffe Buona beans and has an extensive cocktail list. They even have an espresso martini on draft!

89 Crystal Lake Drive | North Augusta

Perfect spot for brunch in North Augusta

The Larder is a cute neighborhood restaurant in North Augusta’s Hammond’s Ferry. They have a great atmosphere inside and awesome outdoor seating with playground right next door. It’s one of the top kid-friendly restaurants in North Augusta.

It’s an excellent spot to meet with friends for a weekend brunch. The brunch menu has plenty to get excited about as well. Their shrimp & grits and chicken biscuit are both worth trying.

The Larder also offers boozy coffees, mimosas and brunch cocktails on the menu.

208 10th Street | Downtown Augusta

Classic weekend brunch with a Tex-mex flair

Tacocat is another great spot for a weekend brunch in Augusta. The brunch menu is available on Saturdays and Sundays from 11 am until 3 pm.

If you’re in the mood for something sweet, try Tacocat’s churro French toast. If you prefer something savory, the Huevos Rancheros is our top pick!

Tacocat also has several brunch cocktails to choose from.

The newly renovated space has a great atmosphere with large roll-up doors and nice outdoor seating.

Tacocat is also a great spot for lunch in Augusta— their lunch menu is available Tuesday through Sunday (and it includes margaritas!)

Brunch at a NYC bodega, Spanish wine cellar and Italian café all rolled into one

Bodega Ultima is a blend of NYC bodega, Spanish wine cellar and Italian café. Brought to you by the creators of Augusta’s own TakoSushi, this unique concept is the perfect place to enjoy a weekend brunch with a coffee cocktail.

Their breakfast/brunch menu includes a range of breakfast sandwiches, shrimp and grits and a breakfast burrito.

Bodega Ultimo has a welcoming casual atmosphere and covered outdoor seating.

226 8th Street | Downtown Augusta

Waffles in downtown Augusta

Located in downtown Augusta, Café on 8th is a breakfast and lunch spot that’s all about waffles. You can order from their menu of sweet and savory waffle options depending on your mood.

Whether you’re looking for a classic banana nut waffle or a savory biscuit and gravy waffle, they’ve got you covered.

They even have waffle sandwiches like a grilled cheese waffle and avocado toast waffle.

Cozy and moody bistro serving weekend brunch

Finch and Fifth is a cozy bistro serving a weekend brunch. Located in Augusta’s Surrey Center its the perfect place to enjoy brunch before hitting the shops.

They offer specialty brunch cocktails and a range of brunch dishes. Try the Surrey Pig Bennie or the Monte Cristo for a real treat!

Brunch is available on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30 am until 3 pm.

573 Greene Street | Downtown Augusta

Local diner style restaurant serving daily breakfast

With a name like The Brunch House you can’t go wrong! They serve up brunch daily Wednesday through Sunday.

It’s a classic diner style restaurant where you can eat at the counter and watch the open kitchen or cozy up in a classic diner booth.

The Brunch House specialties include shrimp and grits, chicken and waffles and stuffed French toast.

Be transported to New Orleans for a Cajun brunch

French Market Grille is a great spot for brunch in Augusta’s Surrey Center.

It’s a casual neighborhood restaurant serving Cajun and Creole fare that will make you feel like you’ve been transported to New Orleans.

Their weekend brunch is available Saturdays and Sundays. And it’s extremely popular! Check out their shrimp and grits, Cajun Benedict or French toast.

630 Crane Creek Drive | West Augusta

Breakfast chain with amazing selection

First Watch is a popular brunch restaurant with locations nationwide. The Augusta location is conveniently located in the Sprouts Farmers Market shopping center near I-20 and I-520.

You’ll find an extensive brunch menu at First Watch served all day. They also have coffee drinks, tea and specialty juices.

All dishes are made from fresh ingredients at First Watch. You’ll find classics like a traditional bacon and eggs breakfast plate, pancakes and waffles as well as innovative options like their Barbacoa Chilaquiles Breakfast Bowl.

This family friendly restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy breakfast and brunch in an upbeat environment.

465 Railroad Avenue | North Augusta

French bistro brunch in Hammond’s Ferry

Bistro 55 is a new French bistro style restaurant in North Augusta. Formerly DiVino Ristorante, the restaurant owners changed the concept to bring new life into the establishment.

Located in Hammond’s Ferry, Bistro 55 is an excellent spot for a quiet Sunday brunch. The dining room is intimate and there is outdoor seating on the sidewalk that makes a feel like a real French bistro.

Their Sunday brunch is an ideal way to cap off a weekend. Try their croque madame or French toast and bottomless mimosas.

936 Broad Street | Downtown Augusta

Casual café serving breakfast and brunch food in downtown Augusta

New Moon Café is a great place to enjoy a hot coffee and grab breakfast or brunch in downtown Augusta. Their menu items are all made from scratch giving you the feeling of eating a home cooked meal.

The breakfast menu at New Moon ranges from a classic lumberjack breakfast to grits bowls and bagels to avocado toast.

Try the DT Augusta Grits bowl topped with bacon, avocado and pimento cheese or the Money Mike for a loaded bagel!

New Moon’s coffee is excellent brewed with their own MoonBeans coffee that is roasted in house.

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