Where to begin with the
Folk Art menu?
Start your day the right way with one of Folk Art’s famous breakfast options. House-made Biscuits (of course) and savory breakfast sandwiches, fluffy waffles and perfect omelettes, paired with a side of our one-of-a-kind Hash “itout” Browns, and too many more delicious choices to list. Folk Art is your new, go-to breakfast/brunch spot. We serve breakfast all day so is breakfast for dinner is your jam, we’ve got you covered.
With our knack for infusing Southern classics with unexpected flavors, there’s a reason Folk Art is a staple on the Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives map.
“Triple D” did a great job highlighting some Folk Art favorites when they were in town. The “Triple D” Meatball Burger is a meaty, cheesy, Italian-inspired, delight; sure to leave you satisfied, and possibly in need of a nap. The Pulled Pork Sandwich had Guy Fieri raving, no small feat in the BBQ-loving South, and is a regular hit with customers too.
Dig into some of our classics like the Fried Chicken Sandwich, a true Southern staple and a star at Folk Art or the Shrimp Po’ Boy. The list goes on.
Those looking for healthier or vegetarian options are in for a treat as well. The “be COBB it’s Good” salad is ever popular, perfectly filling, and remarkable healthy. The Strawberry Fields Salad with Grilled Chicken is another refreshingly light option that will leave you with plenty of room for one of our signature desserts.
Did somebody say desserts? We make them fresh, daily so you’ll have to stop by to see what’s in store.
Looking for that kid-friendly spot that satisfies your inner gourmet? Look no further. Folk Art is proud to be awarded the “Best Non-Kid Menu/Kid Friendly Place” award by Atlanta Eater.
Thirsty? Folk Art features a full range of craft cocktails from traditionals like our spicy Bloody Mary or Moscow Mule to our signature offerings like the Apple Bitters Mimosa, Frozen Irish or Strawberry Fields. Add to that a full and ever-changing list of local, craft beers, you won’t stay thirsty for long.
Surprisingly familiar, deliciously unexpected. Folk Art really does have something fun for everyone.