Two weekends ago on a gloriously sunny Sunday in Atlanta, the Mr. and I took residence at a corner table on Lure’s outside patio. We sunned, we ate, we drank, we ate some more. It was exactly how a Sunday afternoon should be spent.
We had dined at Lure before (post HERE), but brunched we had not. It was fantastic. Starting with one of our favorites from Lure’s Bottle Shop (regardless the time of day), the Micha Caliente. It is SO good. I’m mainly a wine drinker, but this drink is one of the best cocktails I’ve ever had (bold words I know). One caveat on this particular libation, if you don’t like spice stay away, it packs some serious heat.
While enjoying our cocktails we chatted with the chef and our waiter, both were absolute gems (this is one of the many things you can always count on at all Fifth Group restaurants, phenomenal staff). We then got right down to business…oysters, lobster benedict with potatoes, croque madame with coleslaw, extra side of potatoes, biscuits and jam. I don’t think we ordered enough. And can you believe I’ve NEVER had eggs benedict before? Might as well start with lobster eggs benedict right? Delish. There are no words. I’d recommend it all.
As you can see from the last picture we were very happy (and full) customers. I even took those potatoes and an extra biscuit to go. One can never have too many homemade biscuits. So there you have it, Lure is an Atlanta brunch MUST. Cin Cin Loves, xoxo.