Atlanta Sunday Brunch Suggestion: City Winery Atlanta

Sunday Brunch in Atlanta is as serious event. Major decisions must be made long before Sunday morning.  As soon as 11 a.m. Sunday church service lets out, Atlanta restaurants are packed and parking becomes a pain. City Winery Atlanta in Ponce City Market opened in June 2016 and just launched its Sunday Brunch.

Disclosure: I attended a blogger brunch at City Winery Atlanta where we enjoyed a complimentary meal to facilitate an honest review.

City Winery Sunday Brunch

Atlanta Sunday Brunch Idea

Atlanta wine lovers, did you know there’s an Intown winery with lovely decor, meeting space, concert venue and it serves Sunday Brunch?

You can enter City Winery from the Ponce City Market parking lot on the second floor or from the street.

We sat right near a window looking out on the patio area. On a warmer, less windy day we could have sat on the patio.

Atlanta Sunday Brunch


What I ate: Steak & Eggs with potatoes and two glasses of house wine; Grenache and Meritage. I wish I’d ordered the steak medium instead of medium well, although it was still easy to cut and tender none-the-less. Thanks to the manager’s recommendations I sampled two red wines I wouldn’t normally drink. I was beyond impressed by the light, fruity taste. It complimented my meal instead of overwhelming it.

The rest of my blogging buddies enjoyed the shrimp & grits, breakfast burrito, fried chicken with mac & cheese, and buttermilk pancakes.  See the rest of the City Winery Brunch Menu.


City Winery Atlanta

Atlanta Date Night Idea

As much as I loved brunching with my friends, I can’t wait to take my husband back to City Winery Atlanta for a date night.

We’d get a sitter to stay late, take Uber there and back, arrive early by 6 p.m. before a live concert there that starts at 8 p.m. (If you seated before 7 p.m. you get 20% off your food order for the night). Start with dinner in the dining level.  Venture to the lower level before the 8 p.m. live show. We’d order a selection of house wines and enjoy the show. Here’s a look at upcoming concert dates and tickets to City Winery’s live shows.

Tucked away behind the 300-seat concert venue with VIP and Premier seating options, there’s a private speakeasy. You’ll find memorabilia from the old Sears & Roebuck building where Ponce City Market stands now.

Read what Daphne from shared her date night and concert experience at City Winery with her husband.

What would you order from the Atlanta Sunday Brunch menu at City Winery?
Would dinner and a concert in one venue make a fun date night for you and your spouse?

City Winery Speakeasy

Connect with City Winery Atlanta

Like City Winery Atlanta Facebook Page | Tweet @CityWineryATL | Follow City Winery Atlanta on Instagram

Address: Ponce City Market |  Paid Meter Parking

There are also City Winery locations in New York City, Nashville, Chicago and Boston. Be sure to visit them when you’re traveling.

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About Joyce Brewer

Creator & Host of Mommy Talk Show. Emmy award-winning TV journalist.Wife & Mommy; Mom Blogger; Social Media Coach; Long Island, New York transplant living in Atlanta, GA. Follow Joyce on Twitter @MommyTalkShow Author of Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms featuring interviews with mompreneurs who created businesses using their skills & backgrounds.

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  1. This sounds like the place to be. I will add this to my list for my next trip to the A. I love a good brunch.

  2. I don’t live in Atlanta but I do travel there often to visit family. I’ll definitely check this place out the next time I visit.

  3. My choice would have been a stack of pancakes with syrup. It’s amazing how much l miss it. They don’t have pancakes here, and even making it myself, they don’t have pancake syrup so we have to remember to buy some whenever we visit my MIL in Rome. I miss them and mine aren’t that great to begin with so l would enjoy it tremendously 🙂

  4. That fried chicken and mac and cheese has my mouth watering. I really need to get into some of our local events (I just need an excuse to eat more, lol)!

  5. I’ve visited ATL several times but I’ve never been to this place. It sounds like it’s right up my alley though. I love a good wine and brunch and the shrimp and grits sound delish!! Thanks for this review.

  6. I always order Steak & Eggs when I go out to eat for breakfast so I’d probably get that. Or I’d try out the shrimp & grits. Sounds delicious!

  7. I live for a great brunch. I’m going to tell my girls over at BrunchLust to add this to their list for when they visit Atlanta. I’m definitely a fan of a medium steak too!

  8. Dang it why wasnt I invited to this?? It doesnt matter I will be there soon I love brunch and I love the Ponce City Market area…I will be there for Sunday brunch in the very near future!

  9. The food looks amazing! I lived in Atlanta for 4 years and never heard of City Winery. Looks like I need to check it out asap.

  10. This looks like a good time. There’s something very powerful about the fellowship of women.

  11. Love this! The food looks absolutely delish!

  12. I use to live in the ATL, so I know how important is is to deiced what you want to eat after church way before Sunday. The next time I’m there visiting family I’ll have to check this place out.

  13. I love that they have the concert venue! That is such a neat idea. Looks like you guys had a great time. They need one of those here in DC…

  14. I have got to visit this spot! I live a good brunch!

  15. I live in Atlanta but never heard of City Winery. This will be the place to go for my next Sunday brunch with my friends. Thanks for sharing.