Atkins Park has the distinction of being Atlanta’s oldest continuously run restaurant, so we felt as if we were entering a landmark when we arrived at it’s North Highlands location to eat there on an absolutely gorgeous Sunday afternoon.
We were surprised to be able to find a parking place on the street so easily and enjoyed the fact that parking on Sunday is free.
When we entered it was like going back in time. The restaurant had a quaint, homey feel to it – right down to the children’s play area under the stairs.
The place wasn’t crowded at all and we were able to secure a nice table right by the window. Our drinks arrived swiftly and Melanie ordered the wings and a salad. Unfortunately, they do not do Teriyaki wings so she had to order them plain. I took advantage of a brunch special and selected the crabmeat omelet with cucumbers.
Melanie enjoyed her salad and the wings were cooked correctly and plenty of meat on them. My omelet, with a side of hash browns, was truly AWESOME! I cannot recall ever having a seafood omelet before but this combination hit it out of the park! The hash browns however, had a ton of onions in them (which I actually favored) but they were very greasy although they tasted great.
Atkins Park is a long-standing Atlanta dining tradition and this is a MUST TRY on our list. Guten appetit!
794 N Highland Ave
Atlanta, GA 30306
Tel: (404) 876-7249
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