Park75 is located inside Four Seasons hotel, Atlanta, GA. Four Seasons is honestly one of the most beautiful spaces in the city and you can instantly tell from when you walk right in that the structure and decor was well planned when building this hotel. What’s not to love about a well structured building that’s also well decorated?
Over the weekend, I stopped at Park75(one of two restaurants inside Four Seasons) to have brunch. The breakfast/brunch menu is vast and so therefore, you have a wide variety of options to choose from when dinning. From the traditional to the modern, Park75 does a good job at bringing you great breakfast and brunch typically within the hours of 6:30am and 2pm – depending on which day of the week it is.
First, you start off with a spread of honey yoghurt toppings to accompany your yoghurt. Then you are welcomed with freshly baked goods, such as bagels, croissants and muffins. The good thing about these items are that they are not limited either. You get to choose if you want a plain bagel or not, there are also a variety of muffins to choose from, as well as croissants.
As you progress along the hall way, there’s a salad bar which has fruits, nuts, salads, deviled eggs and some other items not pictured. The Park75 brunch is much more than a single plate experience, so you definitely have to go hungry because there is loads of food to choose from and you most certainly wouldn’t enjoy your experience or have room for all the stuff if you are half way full by the time you visit.
Also, I suggest you go early – especially if you’re going for brunch on Sunday. You’ll need a minimum of 1.5hrs to actually enjoy and digest all that yummy food.
One of my favourite things about the brunch at Park75 was the crab legs. As a Nigerian, I definitely appreciate fleshy crab legs. Even better that the crab legs here well nicely seasoned and so even though I am not a fan of cold food, I thoroughly enjoyed this and in fact had a second round.
The crab legs are already cut in half, so don’t worry about having to mess yourself all up when trying to get through that juicy flesh.
The above two pictures are what I ended up having. The omelettes are custom made to your preference and you get to choose what goes into them. The waffles are one of the best things on the menu and are made fresh in front of you, so you get them served hot. If you ever visit, do get the waffles. They were AMAZING!!!
I had some sausages, bacon, a plain bagel, a chocolate muffin, strawberries (my fave fruit), breakfast potatoes, salmon. By the time I was done eating, I was super full – however, I still made room for dessert. I mean, who says no to that?
The dessert bar was set up really pretty, and just like everything else there was a wide variety to choose from. If you follow me on social media, you already know that my two fave desserts are Tiramisu and Creme Brûlée, so of course I had to grab a creme brûlée and try the tiramisu pannacotta.
The Creme Brûlée was my fave of all the desserts. It was creamy, sweet, and really just good in general. Next, I enjoyed the tiramisu pannacotta. It was similar in texture to the Brûlée but had the typical flavours of tiramisu. I also had a doughnut and apple fritter.
Overall, I had a great experience at Park75 over the weekend. If you are ever looking for a nicely decorated brunch spot with all round good food in the A, Park75 is the place to go. There is definitely something for everyone and it is kid friendly too. The staff are welcoming and super attentive, so it’s really a stress free zone to relax at.
Find the full sunday brunch menu here