two half-biscuits topped with bacon, eggs and house-made sausage gravy. And if you partied a little bit too hard the night before, go for the hangover helper—three scrambled eggs loaded with bacon, sausage, ham, mushrooms, peppers and cheeses and topped with pico de gallo.
(www.maxswinedive.com) takes second and (www.poorcalvins.com) finishes third. PATRIC BELL-GOOD, MAX’S WINE DIVE
Chef (follow him on Twitter @ChefPatricBGood) fell in love with cooking at 12 when he took the top prize in a school bake-off with his banana nut bread. He honed his craft while studying at the Art Institute of Atlanta’s School of Culinary Arts, graduating with honors in 2002. His cooking has been recognized as “One of the Best Breakfasts in Georgia” from Southern Living, “Best Breakfast” from Jezebel, and he’s been an Eater Atlanta “Hottest Chef Competition” semi-finalist. He was also last year’s Georgia Voice runner-up in this category.
Second place goes to of 10th and Piedmont (www.eatoutatlanta.com/ 10th-piedmont) and of Poor Calvin’s (www.poorcalvins.com) coming in third. HIGHLAND BAKERY
Georgia Voice readers cannot get enough of (www.highlandbakery.com) goodies, voting this the Best Bakery since 2011. The lesbian-owned business mills its own chemical-free grains to make everything from cinnamon rolls to rosemary garlic bread. This business also bakes its own bagels and specializes in creating just about any kind of custom cake you may desire. Blueberry crumb cakes, mini donuts, scones and muffins are also made from scratch all day, every day.
Taking the second and third place spot are
(www.southernsweets.com) and (burlybakers. com). Both these businesses have suffered tremendous setbacks this year—Nancy Cole, owner of Southern Sweets, died July 17 after