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Does the thought of brunch make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside? This is precisely why the Comfy Chicken Biscuit at Home Grown is the best brunch dish in Atlanta, as voted by our readers. If you've ever had this soul-soothing dish, then you know what all the fuss is about.
Next time you order this fluffy buttermilk biscuit topped with sausage gravy and fried chicken, be sure to punch the wall counter near the register which tallies up all of the Comfy Chicken Biscuits ever sold.
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Other than Outkast, Georgia's greatest export to the rest of the country is undoubtedly the chicken biscuit. Combining two great sources of Southern pride into one flaky, battery protein hand grenade isn't rocket science, but it does explode taste buds unlike any other Southern staple. If we were judging biscuits alone, Silver Skillet might get the nod (we're suckers for grandmothers' recipes), but the total package is at Home Grown, whose massive buttermilk-brined chicken breasts sprawl onto a bed of biscuit, then get drowned in sausage gravy that tastes just as good as it looks.
What you’re getting: The Comfy Chicken Biscuit
This biscuit is as close to being made completely out of butter as is scientifically possible. On top is a locally farmed piece of fried chicken that's gleefully drowning in sausage gravy. Pro tip: snag a spot at the counter for frequent coffee refills.
At an institution that seems a lot older than it is, co-owner Kevin Clark provides an invaluable sense of place and history with classics that highlight our city’s roots. Fluffy biscuits with fried chicken blanketed in sausage gravy, fried pork chops, Thursday’s special chicken and dumplings, vegetables from the garden—it’s the kind of honest cooking that nourishes the soul as much as the body. 968 Memorial Drive, homegrownga.com
Whether you like sweet or savory, an hours-long meal or something to eat on the go, healthy or artery-clogging, there is a perfect breakfast for you somewhere in America. Playboy editors and contributors have traveled the U.S. to find the nation’s best breakfasts. It didn’t matter if the restaurants were high-end or hole in the wall, all they had to be was good. Did your favorite make the cut as one of America’s 101 Breakfast spots? Check out the whole list below and visit our regional pages (Midwest, Northeast, South, and West) to find out what you should order when you drop by any of these outstanding eateries.