Benjamin Franklin theorized that taking in a good view while eating aided in digestion and granted you the ability to squeeze milk out of coal. Prove him half-right with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of brunch for two
- $20 for $45 worth of brunch for four<p>
Brunch, served every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., features dishes such as steak and eggs ($16), buttermilk pancakes ($10), southern biscuits and gravy ($9), and a salmon BLT ($12). See the full brunch menu.<p>
The Warren City Club
High above the bustling shops and bistros of Virginia-Highland, The Warren City Club members toast the view on a third-level garden terrace. Tiled in stone and surrounded by Atlanta's cityscape, the patio's rustic french doors lead to exclusive stomping grounds furnished with rich wooden furniture, aged brick walls, and no fewer than five roaring fireplaces. These elegant environs are housed in a turn-of-the-century building, and its timeless appeal is matched by cuisine prepared by Johnson & Wales–trained chef William Taylor.
While most must pay an entry fee to enjoy Chef Taylor's singular suppers such as the Cap'n Crunch–crusted Atlantic salmon or seared sea scallops over butternut-squash risotto, members enjoy unbarred access to any meal. Their status also grants them exclusive deals at local businesses including floral boutiques and personal trainers, and invisible "Members Only" jackets handcrafted by imperial tailors. Non-members hoping for an admission-free taste of the high life can attend Sunday brunch, or drop by the Open House on the first Wednesday of every month from 6 p.m. to midnight.
87% of 233 customers recommend
“Very good atmosphere”
“the Steak was excellent”
“this restaurant clientele seemed to be majority older Caucasian couples. once we all started drinking the attitude of everyone lightened. I say this, not to dissuade...”
“this restaurant clientele seemed to be majority older Caucasian couples. once we all started drinking the attitude of everyone lightened. I say this, not to dissuade people from going, but just to give a heads up in mental preparation because I did not expect this in Atlanta where diversity is plentiful”