Dunwoody >J Christopher's
“The food was delicious, the service was great and my son and I both agreed it will definitely be a restuarant that we will visit again.”
“Christopher's is the best breakfast place, hands down.”
“Good food, great service!”
“The blueberry crunch pancakes were super good, and the omelet was cheesy and decently sized (it's not SUPER huge, though).”
Great food and service.. My husband and I visited J Christophers (in Dunwoody, Ga) for the first time with our son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren on Father's Day 2008. When we arrived at the restuarant, they were super busy (given this was Father's Day) and I thought this is going to take forever. I phoned my son and told him what it looked like and he also was surprised that they were that busy. I told him I would check to see how long of a wait we would have. The greeter advised it would only be a 5 - 10 minute wait but they could not seat us until everyone in our party was there. As soon as I saw my son and his family drive up, I told the greeter and it was maybe a matter of 10 minutes that we had to wait. But, let me tell you it was worth the wait. The food was delicious, the service was great and my son and I both agreed it will definitely be a restuarant that we will visit again. Another thing that impressed me was that they prepared our grandchildrens' food first. That always makes for a pleasant visit. I really can't praise them enough. I will be telling all our friends about JChristopher.
Good food, great service!. We ate here for the first time today and it was great! The blueberry crunch pancakes were super good, and the omelet was cheesy and decently sized (it's not SUPER huge, though). Our waiter was also really attentive and friendly. Watch out for after-church crowds on Sundays, but we got in before they did and only had to wait 5 minutes.
Honest down-home cooking is the hallmark of small Dunwoody chain, where breakfast draws big weekend crowds..
Sit down to find coffee cups ready and an eager staff poised to fill them. Large paned windows infuse the entire restaurant with bright light. Cozy banquettes, honey-colored wooden tables and chairs, Norman Rockwell prints and soft background music give this down-home breakfast place a gentle ambience.
Although you can opt for standard breakfast foods, there's plenty of options. Try Popeye the Sailorman, a perfectly cooked three-egg omelette packed with fresh spinach, bacon, mushrooms, crabmeat and cream cheese. The Georgia pecan French toast is three slices of buttery, nut-filled homemade banana bread, lightly fried and served with maple syrup. Top it off with a glass of authentic fresh-squeezed orange juice. For lunch, reach for the Reuben, a heaping stack of corned beef and sauerkraut with Russian dressing on rye bread, and a side of roasted red potatoes with just a hint of rosemary.
Not worth the wait. If you are willing to wait for a table at J. Christopher's you would be much better off at Crescent Moon or Java Jive. The food at J. Christopher's is not worth the wait or the price. There are much better places out there!
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