From the moment you walk through the door you notice Folk Art is special. This cozy, funky, little gem of a diner, in Historic Inman Park, is bursting with quirky personality. From the reclaimed wood floors to the rotating assortment of local art on the walls, the Folk Art vibe just draws you in.  You can’t miss the sprawling mural by legendary, local artist R. Land (a Folk Art regular himself) which dominates the room and, over time, reveals an endlessly fascinating array of hidden treasures...much like Folk Art itself.


With their knack for infusing Southern classics with unexpected flavors, there’s a reason Folk Art is  a staple on the “Triple D” map. Stop by for a taste of what made them “Guy Fieri-famous” then discover all the other tasty treats that keep the hungry locals coming back. They’re crushing it daily in the breakfast/brunch/lunch game and their dinner offerings are off the charts too. With something for every taste, Folk Art  has it all.



Breakfast is the most important meal of the day!  That’s why we serve it non-stop.

Come on down to Folk Art, get cozy and choose from one of our many tantalizing breakfast favorites and get your day started right.



Lunch happens here, daily.  Whether you’re just looking to escape the office for a few moments to recharge or you’re catching up with good friends on a rare day off, Folk Art has something for everyone and then some.



Folk’s what’s for dinner.  Congratulations, you’ve survived another busy day and you could really use a nice, home-cooked meal.  Now, if only there was someone to cook it for you. Hello?! That’s where we come in.


Our Brunch

Brunch? Second breakfast? Linnner? Call it what you want, we’ve got the best in town! Everyone knows that when Atlantans do brunch, they do it at Folk Art. So grab your brunch crew and get on in here. We’ll save you a seat.


Inman Park, Atlanta GA.

Folk Art...the secret ingredient in Inman Park. Locals have long known, and visitors are quickly getting hip to the fact that Historic Inman Park has it all. More specifically, Inman Park is home to Folk Art. We’re just minutes from the Beltline and everything else. We’re here ready to serve up some of our Southern-inspired classics. Stop by and stay a while.