Kind of sad to say but there wasnt anything really great about this place!.
Ive been wanting to go to J Chris for a while and my mother in law used to rant and rave about how great the food is and about how its a great place to eat on Sunday mornings. So finally after hearing over and over about it, she finally brings me.
Walking in I thought the place seemed clean then we got seated at or table and it was quite dirty on the floor underneath. The thought of my son picking up his toy down there made me cringe. The coffee was cold. The service just OK for a Sunday I figured they'd have the best of the best out. We waited for a while for our server to take our order and then forever for food, then forever for coffee refills then forever for our check.
Looking around I could see other booths were full and and one point during the meal there was a wait to be seated.
I cant say much about the prices, it was mom in law's treat.
I cant say Im burning up to get back for another meal either!
The best breakfast in Atlanta.
I could eat at J Christophers every day. When you go there, try the skilets. My favorite skilet is layers of chuncks of tender potatoes tossed with sun dried tomatoes and parsley covered with a sunny side up egg and sprinkled with feta cheese. Yum. They have pretty good coffee but always ask for the French roast, the other roast if very weak. They also have delicious pancakes and french toast. It is a large restaurant and always packed so you may have to wait. Parties of two can eat at the bar and sit down immediately. If you like breakfast, try this spot.
Best Breakfast Around.
If you are tired of the old Waffle House, Cracker Barrell, or IHOP, J. Christopher's is a great place for breakfast. Put's a twist on your on your normal omlette... from spinach and bacon to portabella mushrooms, sundried tomatoes, and roasted red peppers. They have your old standby's also if that is what you prefer.