Nurse your post-Super Bowl hangover blues with these Atlanta dishes and drinks

Mexican winter rooibos tea from Tea Leaves & Thyme. / Photo contributed by Adrienne Harris

Mexican winter rooibos tea from Tea Leaves & Thyme. / Photo contributed by Adrienne Harris

It’s Sunday night, but we’re pretty sure nobody would blame you if you woke up with a bit of a hangover this morning, due to, yknow, drowning your sorrows after the Atlanta Falcons broke the city’s collective heart with their stunning loss to the New England Patriots.

If you’re dragging a bit this morning, here are some dishes and drinks to help you get over your hangover (and where to find them in Atlanta).

Coffee — Is there anything a good cuppa joe can’t cure? Grab some caffeine at some of our favorite metro Atlanta coffee shops.

Fruit juices — Restore your electrolytes naturally with homemade juices from these local spots.

Eggs and other breakfast foods — You’ll need something substantial — if not slightly greasy — to soak up all the booze from the night before. Find out where to get our favorite waffles, pancakes, biscuits and gravy, French toast and omelets.

Tea — Ginger and peppermint teas in particular have been shown to help curb the side effects of a hangover. Check out these spots to get your tea on.

Soup — There’s chicken soup for the soul — and then there’s chicken soup for a hangover. Here are AJC reader picks for some of the best places for soup around town.

Pickle juice — Some people swear by it — we love the pickles from Decatur-based Doux South.

If you still don’t feel better, check out these products that will help you improve your mind, body and soul and this list of local comfort foods to help you through your mourning.

 

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