I sometimes visit Rise-N-Dine twice a day, for coffee (best in Emory Village, surrounded by coffeehouses), food, conversation, and atmosphere. I miss it on a day like today, almost fasting without my visit. Go, tell 'em I sent you.
This is my brunch spot. Even though it's always crowded, it adds to the atmosphere. It has great pancakes and breakfast burritos.
got ill from bad bacon. food handling not to code. bacon stale and sits out more than two hours. great OJ though
Breakfast made intersting in Decatur..
One part L.A. diner, one part West Village charm, Rise-N-Dine is serious about serving up creative takes on breakfast standards. Unique dishes dominate like the Polish Omelet with kielbasa and potato-cheddar pierogi (think Polish ravioli), or Chef Raphael’s (of Pangaea) Greek dish with roti topped with eggs and spiced tomato sauce. Brown sugar infused sweet potato pancakes are the highlight of the menu, especially after drizzled in the beautifully runny syrup, curiously and delightfully not overboard on the sweetness factor. This breakfast-all-day joint certainly seems like a high-end eatery, yet many menu options will get you out of there under $10-12 including a bottomless and oh-so-smooth cup of Counter Culture coffee or fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice.
Breakfast Nook in Neighborhood Atmosphere. This is the best breakfast diner in Atlanta.. The neighborhood atmosphere is great - the waiters and owner are ALWAYS nice and attentive and the food is delicious. The sweet potato pancakes, yogurt parfait and turkey bacon are delish! You won't be sorry.
great brunch. The food is consistently awesome. The prices are fair, which seems to be a rarity lately in Atlanta breakfast places. They also have some great vegetarian options. We love to split the granola and yogurt, and a farm to market omelet. They got rid of the dill omelet- too bad. Get the coffee here- good stuff. My only issue with the place is that the service is great at the beginning of the meal, and always falls off to hunting down our food and check by the end. This place is worth that hassle though.
Nice Little Breakfast Spot In Emory Village! Love The Sweet Potato Pancakes!. Last week, I had an early appointment with my eye doctor at Emory. I finished early, and was hungry for breakfast. And this little hole-in-the-wall was just what I needed. And for such small change. I can't stop talking about the Sweet Potato Pancakes, which were layered wih cinnamon and sugar, and all that butter and maple syrup, I drowned them in. Added a side of Applewood Smoked Bacon, and I was in heaven. They have homemade biscuits, and some interesting omelets. Coffee is good, and sorta reminds me the early days of Murphy's, in the beginning, when they were around the corner from the firestation. Just yummy!
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