The breakfast club: 4 places to brunch in SF

There are eggs. And then there are brunch eggs. Somehow having a feast late in the morning just makes things taste better. Maybe it’s the luxuriating in bed without an alarm, the extra indulgent special menu or the food-and-mimosa marriage: Sunday (or other day) brunches beckon so many SFers to scramble out of the house for innovative scrambles and more.

Decompress from the night before with a follow-up social gathering at one of these BARTable SF brunch spots. When conversation about the weekend’s happenings die down, you can relax amongst syrup-laden sweets or salty savory bites to soak up whatever you’re trying to forget.

 

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Start with the pork belly donuts with maple syrup and Maker’s Mark glaze, because that’s what everyone does when they post up at this casual dive bar-turned-brunch favorite each weekend. Around the corner from 16th St. Mission Station and boasting a back patio, The Sycamore houses chicken and waffles (stuffed with prosciutto and Manchego cheese), beers and board games. And a famously affordable $12 bottomless mimosa.

 

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The Sycamore

16th St. Mission (SF)

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Bluestone Lane

Embarcadero (SF)

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Homage

Montgomery St. (SF)

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It’s all about colorfully creative Asian-fusion brunch with beautifully garnished drinks at RAW Sugar Factory, on the corner of Valencia Street amidst the buzz of the Mission. The signature FACTORY Pancake (Mascarpone banana pancakes with vanilla curd) and a green tea French toast sit on a menu that also features spicy pulled pork and a seafood scramble with hash. Cool it all down with libations like a lychee cooler.

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RAW Sugar Factory

16th St. Mission (SF)

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