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Brunch, Please.

You can hear your stomach grumbling for something delicious. Is it time for breakfast or lunch? Why not have brunch!

Sometimes you just want to sleep in and enjoy your weekend. Imagine waking up on Sunday morning at 10am. You can hear your stomach grumbling for something delicious. Is it time for breakfast or lunch? Why not have brunch! San Francisco has a few wonderful places for brunch lovers. From savory to sweet, you can dive into a plate of pancakes and syrup or a sandwich filled with eggs and bacon.

Here are a few of our top picks.

Mission Beach Café:

Crab and Shrimp Benedict Misson Beach Cafe

While it may not actually be on the beach, Mission Beach Café’s food makes an amazing brunch. They serve the Bay Area’s finest Blue Bottle coffee and fresh local pastries. Come later in the afternoon and enjoy a slice of pie or cake! The real spotlight is their brunch menu. From lavender infused French toast to a short rib and sweet potato-apple-butternut squash hash, this place has it all.

For a San Francisco treat, try the Dungeness Crab and Bay Shrimp Benedict. Two poached eggs rest on top of crab and shrimp in this delectable combo. The addition of the cream avocado really pulls everything together. The benedict is light, tasty and full of California flavor.



Kate’s Kitchen:

Kate's Kitchen French ToastChicken and Waffles Kate's Kitchen

Known for their brunch, Kate’s Kitchen is the perfect place to stop when you’re craving large portions and home-style cooking. From the classic combination of Chicken and Waffles, to the sweet taste of French Toast, Kate’s Kitchen is an easy go-to restaurant for your brunch fix.



Brenda’s French Soul Food:

Hometown Fry Brenda's French Soul Food

Chef Brenda grew up in New Orleans and brought her passion of cooking and creativity to San Francisco. With her Southern background, Brenda offers amazing French Soul food including French Toast with a butter pecan sauce, shrimp and grits with a spicy tomato-bacon gravy, and if you’re still hungry, a crispy pork belly with eggs and grits! Make sure to save room for sweets – you won’t want to miss out on their chocolate filled beignet. This hot molten treat is filled with San Francisco’s finest Ghirardelli chocolate!

Beignet Brenda's French Soul Food

So whether you’re craving a stack of hot cakes with syrup, or a savory pair of poached eggs and avocado, San Francisco has got you covered. Next Saturday or Sunday morning, try one of our favorite places and dishes when you’re in search of brunch!