Sunday, March 12, 2017

Smokebelly BBQ Cues In on Sunday Brunch Complete with Bloody Mary Bar and Mimosas

Buckhead, pull on your boots for the area’s newest and most kick-back Sunday brunch at Smokebelly BBQ. Highfalutin? Hardly. Smokebelly’s rep for casual Southern comfort and culinary traditions (i.e. chef-crafted barbecue) extends into its new Southern home-style BBQ brunch served every Sunday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.

Rise and shine to a farmhouse biscuit sandwich housing a fried egg and a choice of fried chicken, sage sausage or bacon and pulled pork ($11). Brace for the day over the Smokebelly traditional breakfast of two farm-fresh eggs, buttermilk biscuit, grilled tomato wedge and brunch potatoes or creamy cheese grits with a choice of bacon, sausage, pulled pork or smoked brisket ($12) or golden fried chicken breast and biscuits served with Smokebelly’s signature sausage gravy and two eggs made to order ($14). If it’s all about the omelet, opt for the Cajun jambalaya omelet stuffed with sautéed peppers and onions, spicy tasso ham and pepper jack cheese ($12). Open the day with inspired takes on timeless favorites such as sweet potato pancakes layered with sweet potato soufflé and topped with bourbon cinnamon crème ($12); smoked Benny featuring poached farm-fresh eggs over two grilled biscuit halves, served with beef brisket, chipotle hollandaise and a choice of brunch potatoes or creamy cheese grits ($13); or French toast stuffed with bananas Foster, cream cheese and Myers’s rum, garnished with praline bacon crumbles ($11). Smokebelly’s regular menu of BBQ tapas starters, savory sandwiches, BBQ plates, combos, salads and sides round out chow options.

Adult beverages play a strong role. Go spicy or tame at the Tito’s bloody mary bar ($10) featuring mixes, more than 20 seasonings, garnishes including pork rinds, bacon, pickled okra, jalapeños and more. Enjoy mimosas and Bellinis ($4 each), the Michelada (bloody mary mix and Miller Lite, Coors Lite, Bud Light or Dos Equis in a salt-rimmed glass for $6) or signature sips like the pear brandy-infused Nice Pear ($10) or Log Cabin ($9) built on a bourbon-maple foundation. Coffee cocktails, wines and draft, bottled and canned beers complete the picture. Come as you are and leave satiated and lovin’ life. For more information, visit or call 404-848-9100.

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