Petite Auberge Serves Weekly Sunday Brunch Starting June 1

Sunday Brunch is one of Atlanta’s great traditions that couples and families alike have enjoyed for decades. Dining at Petite Auberge is another. Now, as Atlanta’s original French restaurant celebrates its 40th anniversary this summer, it adds traditional Sunday Brunch to its menu. After the success of its Easter and Mother’s Day brunches, Petite Auberge, 2935 North Druid Hills Road NE, will now be open for weekly Sunday brunch, from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., starting June 1. The brunch features three courses—starters, entrees and desserts—with or without champagne. The price is $19.95 per person without alcohol and $25.95 per person with it. Reservations are strongly suggested and can be made by calling 404-634-6268. 

Diners will start with a choice of soup of the day or French onion soup; or Caesar, spinach or mixed green salad; or cold appetizers like deviled eggs, pimento cheese or bagel with lox and cream cheese; or hot hors d’oeuvres like coconut fried shrimp or baked Brie on baguette. The entrée course includes traditional breakfast options like French toast, steak and eggs, Petite Frittata and Quiche Petite Auberge, as well as lunch items like chicken salad, club sandwich, chicken tenders, grilled salmon or fish and chips. For those with a more adventurous palate, there’s a Reuben sandwich, Croque Monsieur, pecan breaded trout or shrimp and grits. 

Dessert selections include sweet strawberry filled crepe, hot waffles with ice cream, very berry cheesecake parfait, decadent chocolate mousse, creamy crème brulee or cool chocolate and vanilla balsamic ice cream. 

After brunch, Petite Auberge invites all guests to visit the in-house retail Olive Oil and Vinegar Boutique. All of the oils and vinegars used by Petite Auberge are available for purchase in small, medium or large glass bottles to use at home, and they also make great gifts. For more information about Sunday brunch or the Petite Boutique, visit www.petiteauberge.com.


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