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Surisan is a solid Korean American brunch and dinner spot near Fisherman’s Wharf from the people behind Kitchen Story.
This Arab bakery in the Mission is a great spot to take a long lunch and get into fantastic flatbreads, mezze, and pastries.
Town's End Brunch
This breakfast spot in South Beach serves hearty American breakfast classics, omelets in cast iron skillets, and green juices. Enjoy the Bay Bridge views.
The Sunday is a fusiony Korean American breakfast and lunch spot with excellent chicken wings and huge portions.
Pork Store Cafe
Come to this diner in the Haight for hearty breakfast classics like omelettes, breakfast burritos, and pancakes.
We go to Dragon Beaux in the Richmond for both classic and creative takes on dim sum.
Roma Antica serves casual Italian in the Marina for lunch, brunch, and dinner.
Go to Kitchen Story in the Castro for decadent, big-portioned brunch food, candied bacon, and deep-fried french toast.
Automat is an all-day restaurant and bakery in NoPa that shines the most at breakfast and lunch.
Good Mong Kok
Good Mong Kok Bakery makes grab-and-go dim sum like char siu buns, turnip cakes, and shrimp dumplings.
Kantine is a Scandinavian-inspired cafe serving excellent pastries, porridges, and smørrebrød.
Wahpepah's Kitchen in Fruitvale Village shines a light on Indigenous cooking techniques and ingredients. Get the wild native mushroom pumpkin seed mole.
Auntie April's Chicken, Waffles, & Soul Food Restaurant
Auntie April's is a soul food restaurant in Bay View with standout fried chicken and waffles.