Best Brunch Spots in San Francisco

Brunch is not just a fad, its a way of life. Celebrate the weekend with bottomless mimosas or bloody mary. So, dont waste your time! Call your brunch buddies for an egg-cellent experience, because we have San Franciscos best spots for brunching and munching!  

Brendas French Soul 

Brendas French Soul Food has the best New Orleans brunch here in the Bay Area! Growing up in the West Bank of New Orleans, Chef Brenda moved to San Francisco and opened her own restaurant in 2007. Now both locals and tourists cant get enough of this brunch spot. Be sure to come early, because the line builds up very quickly! Try their famous beignets, chicory coffee, and fried chicken.

Nopa 

Ham Focaccia, smoked trout and a fried duck egg. If those sound like your brunch craving, then head over to Nopa. Located in the north of panhandle, they serve guests with new dishes every week! They offer organic wood-fired cuisine, made with seasonal and local ingredients. If you still want more, why not try their Guava Rugelach Pop-Tart with their blood orange mimosa! 

Zazies 

Wake up early for San Franciscos secret hidden patio! Cole Valley has been home to the citys French brunch spot, Zazie, since 1992. Now, people from all over the world line up to try their amazing brunch special — even the singer, Adele! Indulge on their Pierre Noir, Croque, and Miracle Pancakes, and pair with a Build Your Own mimosa!  

Sweet Maple 

Classic American brunch with Asian influences — thats what Sweet Maple is all about. Chill at this laid back spot and start your weekend with bottomless mimosas! And, if you think youve had good bacon, think again. The Millionaires Bacon is slow-cooked for hours into a sweet and spicy perfection! 

Beretta 

Go over to the Mission district, and enjoy innovative cocktails with Beretta! If you want to try something other than a mimosa, why not go for their mouth-watering bitter bellini or Athena Caipirinha? It will be perfectly paired with their pasta chilaquiles, carbonara pizza, or their special French toast. 

Plow 

Home to San Franciscos best crispy home potatoes spiced with rosemary and thyme, Plow is your go-to American comfort food. Wondering what to get? Try The Plow with two lemon ricotta pancakes, eggs and your choice of Nueske bacon or homemade sausage! 

 Surisan

Surisan hit the sweet spot of traditional and modern Korean cuisine! What better way to start your Fishermans Wharf adventure, than a hearty Asian-American comfort brunch. There are lots of amazing dishes to try, from their sailors plate with Dungeness crab and scampi shrimp to their carnivore option with bacon, chicken mango sausage, and chorizo! 

Conclusion:

Oh yes, brunch is a big deal! Especially in San Francisco. So, before you head over to Reason to save the world from an alien satellite crashing into the earth, make sure that you and your teammate go to a hearty brunch! Lets toast to a great weekend filled with adventures and of course bottomless mimosas!