First Look: New Brunch Service for 2 at The Mercury
Ponce City Market’s purveyor of midcentury steak and seafood fare is expanding into the AM, and you can you be one of the first to sample their new breakfast specialties. The Mercury’s Sunday brunch service will feature a hefty buffet as well as a brand new menu of breakfast items and signature drinks.
What To Expect
- Brunch for 2 at The Mercury’s new Sunday brunch service
- An all-you-can-eat buffet featuring omelette and waffle stations, plus fried chicken and desserts
- New breakfast menu items and the chance to order specialty morning cocktails for an additional cost
Since opening in 2016, The Mercury has been drawing in an enthusiastic local crowd with its modern and upscale twists on classic steakhouse fare. Named after the NASA space program from the 60’s, the restaurant combines midcentury style with a modern attention to detail to create a chic environment where hungry Atlantans can find well-executed classic cocktails and quality American cuisine. Now the Ponce City Market eatery is expanding into world of weekend brunch, and you can get a first-look at their new morning offerings, with an exclusive brunch for two!
At the heart of The Mercury’s Sunday brunch service is an all-you-can-eat buffet of epic proportions. To start things off will be a carving station featuring choice cuts of something fresh and tasty – think prime rib, turkey, or pork. There will also be stations with made-to-order waffles and omelets. Finally - in addition to eggs, bacon, and other standard breakfast items - the buffet will include fried chicken and a variety of desserts, pastries, and fresh fruit.
If the bottomless buffet somehow leaves you wanting more, you can order from The Mercury’s Sunday brunch menu, which includes: steak and eggs, corned beef hash, and eggs benedict. And when the clock strikes 12:30, you and your date can partake in bottomless mimosas and bloody marys for an additional price, or choose from a menu of specialty cocktails that includes classics like the French 75 and Pimms Cup, plus some fun morning time libations like a B&B Milk Punch and a Venetian Spritz. Add a brunch like this to a morning beltline stroll and we think you’ve got the recipe for a perfect lazy Sunday!