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Sipping $11 bottomless mimosas and Bellinis under the trees at Inman Park’s most tucked-away spot makes you feel as if you’re in a grown-up tree house. Peaches and cream French toast and chef’s shrimp and grits (served Saturdays and Sundays) remind you that said tree house is in the South.

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All is well at this stylish hidden gem that's nestled in the middle of Inman Park. The fusion between the owner's west coast savvy (Richard N. Wadlington)and Chef Jorge I. Pacheco's Latin roots makes this dining location a perfect get away. The dining room ushers in a lounge type atmosphere with moderate contemporary design. It's a great date spot. The service was quick and attentive and once seated the anticipation of the Parks Edge experience post Hell’s Kitchen was mounting. Even though several previously featured fair didn’t make it through the wrath of Hell’s Kitchen...

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The Scoop: You’d never find it unless you were looking for it. And to the folks at Park’s Edge, that’s just part of the appeal. This hidden Inman Park gem is just far enough off the beaten path to be one of those “in-the-know” local spots, but busy enough to prove that those locals who know it happen to love it. Chef Jorge Pacheco’s menu has a definite West Coast flair: Duck Quesadillas, Pan Roasted Scallops and Grilled Pork Loin Chops for dinner... or how about some Chicken & Waffles and Bottomless Mimosas with brunch?

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So, I’m not a Southern girl but I am a Southern girl.
My family is from California, but my paternal, Creole roots are in Louisiana. Like Princess Tiana, I grew up on Daddy’s gumbo, crawfish etoufee and beignets. My father has since passed away and my mother, well, she’s not the greatest cook in the world. I’m not a top chef either, so it was only natural for me to seek out some of the best Cajun cooking in the city.
Park’s Edge opened in the Virginia Highlands neighborhood last year, and has become my favorite place for brunch.

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Park’s Edge is nestled in Inman Park, off the beaten path.  But don’t be fooled because this little spot has a ton of charm!  From the different dining rooms to the eclectic menu, this gem is sure to win you over!  I enjoyed a fabulous brunch with close friends and tried the steak & eggs with chimmi churri sauce & home fries, the Crab Benedict with Smoked Salmon (buttermilk biscuit, poached eggs, Hollandaise sauce), Chicken & Waffles, and the Demi’s Chocolate Chip and Strawberry Pancakes & applewood smoked bacon.

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