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Breakfast Spots in San Francisco

Looking for the best breakfast spots in San Francisco to start your day off right? From trendy cafes to classic diners, this city has a variety of options to satisfy your morning cravings. Whether you're craving avocado toast or a hearty stack of pancakes, we've got you covered. Wondering where to find the top-rated bottomless mimosa brunch in San Francisco? Look no further!

1. Starbelly, San Francisco

Starbelly Garlic Noodles

Awesome spot for Californian comfort food. Chill vibe with pizza that's good to share or keep completely for yourself. Bring your furry friend because there's an outdoor patio that is dog friendly 🐶.

2. Outerlands, San Francisco

Outerlands - Plates of food

Wednesday to Sunday dinners, but visited most for weekend breakfasts and brunch. The Dutch pancake is a popular dish, but it's hard to make a wrong choice. A tasty spot with all the classics - just prepare for weekend congestion.

3. Devil's Teeth Baking Company, San Francisco

Devils Teeth Baking Company - Sandwich

Two words: breakfast sandwiches. Lines form at both San Fransisco locations for stuffed buttermilk biscuits, fresh sourdough, and fried beignets. Sunset Roasters coffee is served too. Arrive early and hungry.

4. Brenda's French Soul Food, San Francisco

Brenda's French Soul Food Eggs Benedict

Transport yourself to New Orleans for a few hours and let Brenda take care of you. Tuck into some hearty comfort food and keep in mind that you can't nap in the restaurant when you finish your meal. Don't leave without a beignet!

5. Zazie, San Francisco

Zazie Brunch Spread

Good spot for French 🇫🇷 style brunch. Go when it opens to beat the rush – although it's worth the wait if it's busy. If you're not in the mood for brunch, go for the weekly bring-your-dog dinner.

6. Mama's On Washington Square, San Francisco

Mama'S On Washington Square - Plate of food

Family-run breakfast and brunch spot first opened in 1951. Queues are standard, especially on weekends. Late arrivals who miss the breakfast offering of french toast and benedicts can order from a lunch menu.

7. Jane on Larkin, San Francisco

Jane On Larkin - Breakfast

Central eatery that does a lot of things well: breakfast and brunch eats, specialty coffee, and artisan baked goods. Also noted for its friendly staff, fast service, and aesthetic interior. Drop in for the morning or order to-go.

8. Balboa Cafe, San Francisco

Balboa Cafe Exterior

A scene but one worth seeing. If you come here on a Saturday or Sunday morning, you'll see more Hinge dates than you could ever imagine could fit into one place. Of course get an Espresso Martini. It's a type.

9. Chubby Noodle, San Francisco

Chubby Noodle Noodles

San Francisco loves brunch. San Francisco loves *boozy* 🍾 brunch. Chubby Noodle arguably does it the best in the city. Make reservations for the all-you-can-eat-and-drink option and try to come to the Marina location. So good.