restaurant review:: kaleidoscope

Over Labor Day weekend, we had brunch with a large group of friends at Kaleidoscope Bistro & Pub in the Brookhaven neighborhood of Atlanta. I’ve heard of Kaleidoscope for months and have really been wanting to try it, so I’m glad we had an excuse to be on that side of town!

Warning:: they don’t open until 12pm on Sundays (wish we’d realized that before driving all the way over there at 11:30am), and they can’t serve very important brunch staples like mimosas and bloody marys until 12:30pm, due to county-wide restrictions.

The popular dishes among the group were:
Grilled Cheese Fried Egg BLT (I got my eggs scrambled)
3 Little Pigs Biscuit Sandwich (yep — 3 kinds of piggy on one sandwich)
Crabcake Benedict
Kaleidoscope Burger (with pimiento cheese, chow chow, and pickles)

I loved the grilled cheese BLT — it was on a toasted croissant (my favorite way to have a sandwich) and came with the most amazing cheese grits. Craig got the burger and really liked it, although I don’t think the single patty was very big. We were little piggies and shared an order of the Baked Bacon Mac n Cheeseyum yum! It’s hard to go wrong with you’re combining cheese and bacon with… well, almost anything. Their mimosas were also delish and quite generous.


Everyone raved over their food, and the restaurant is huge (with an outdoor patio as well). I’m adding Kaleidoscope to my list of go-to places for brunch… I also want to check them out for dinner now, too.

One thought on “restaurant review:: kaleidoscope

  1. I live right down the street and I love this place. The crowd is awesome, the service is excellent, and the food is always A++++. Great drink selection as well, and don’t forget about the complementary valet in the evening. Great post. Keep it up!

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