Sunday brunch is one of the best ways to wind down after an eventful night out, and an even better way to forget about the impending work week. San Francisco’s diverse and exciting food scene ensures that some of the country’s best brunches are in the city. To help you forgo trying to wade through which fine brunch establishment you should patronize we’ve collected the three best in the city.
Luckily, unlike most other brunch places, Farmerbrown takes reservations. And you’ll definitely need it because everyone is lining up to get their hands on the Farmer’s bottomless mimosas and chicken and waffles.
Dottie’s True Blue Cafe
This steadfast SoMa establishment always has a line out the door, but oh boy the wait is worth it! Try the biscuits and gravy, or the black bean cakes with housemade salsa.
In North Beach you’re gonna be hard pressed to find a better place to sip a cocktail with a plate of avocado toast, and a kale, shiitake, jamón-serrano, and gruyere egg scramble.