Brunch—like twilight, sporks, skorts, friends with benefits, and so many other things that make life worth living—is not quite one thing and not quite another. Celebrate everyone's favorite mutant mealtime with today’s Groupon to Park's Edge. For $15, you get $35 worth of brunch, lively cocktails, eclectic dinners, and more.
Toast a bellini or mimosa ($8) over Park's Edge's deliciously diverse brunch menu, available Saturdays and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Spicy-toothed brunchers can munch on spicy huevos and chorizo (with salsa, rice, pinto beans, and warm tortillas, $12) or steak and eggs with chimmi churri and home fries ($16). Those for whom brunch is an only occasional indulgence, like teeth brushing, may prefer one of the charming restaurant's sweet brunch treats such as peaches and cream french toast, made with thick brioche, cream cheese, peaches, and brown-sugar lavender glaze ($8). If you like a little savory with your sweet, get the chocolate chip and strawberry pancakes with applewood smoked bacon ($8), or a side order of stone-ground monterey-jack grits ($3) with your Belgian waffle ($8). And to firmly separate the br- from your -unch, nosh on the Park's Edge burger and fries (black angus, avocado, tomato, lettuce, mayo, and choice of jack or blue cheese, $10) or a light Greek salad ($7).
Nestled among the Atlanta skyline, the shadows of Inman Park, and the warm glow of the impending apocalypse, Park's Edge restaurant is a delightful oasis of exotic cuisine, sultry music, and wet drinks. Handsome wood floors and furniture cozy up the restaurant's clean lines, while pops of orange napkins stand out against walls of rich chocolate and sunny yellow. Chef Jorge Pacheco's Latin influences and owner Richard N. Wadlington's jazz-loving background give Inland Park a restaurant with culinary punch and stylish, West Coast flair. It's the perfect venue to bask in contemporary elegance while rattling off obscure Spider-Man references without fear of ridicule.
Park's Edge is closed on Mondays. Not valid Mother's Day weekend.
People rave about Park's Edge. Sneaky Sunday's Blog calls it a "hidden gem":
- Not only was the service impeccable so were the pricepoints and food. They have an amazing ambiance right along one of Atlanta’s coolest parks. We can’t wait to get back there (especially when it warms up to chill on their patio). Definitely worth the trip for a date, gathering or last minute meal fix.
- Loved the atmosphere! It was very elegant yet very relaxed. The service was tremendous-very friendly. The food was absolutely perfect. – ktoles, Citysearch
- My first visit to Park's Edge was this past weekend for Brunch. What a cute restaurant with friendly staff and great food. I enjoyed the shrimp and grits while my friend enjoyed the omelet. – OpenTable.com user who dined on 01/31/2010
Thanks to the guidance of celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, the culinary team at Park's Edge is proud to welcome locals into its newly renovated interior to sample contemporary American fare. Chef Jorge Pacheco summons the fragrant memories of his mother's and grandmother's kitchens as he puts his years of cooking to use in the eatery of his longtime partner, Park's Edge owner Richard Wadlington, Jr. Pacheco enhances pan-seared seafood and succulent cuts of lamb with creative flourishes, such as worcestershire-compound butter and apricot-pistachio relish. He then passes his ambrosial entrees off to friendly servers, who ferry them to guests sitting in the chocolate-hued dining room or kicking back beneath the shade of tall trees and curious UFOs on the secluded patio.
913 Bermina Ave NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30307Get Directions