71 "Brunch" restaurants in San Francisco.
The Richmond cafe is a great neighborhood brunch and lunch spot that serves breakfast burritos, bagels, sandwiches, coffee, and more.
Foreign Cinema in the Mission is still one of the most unique restaurants in San Francisco, and you need to come here at least once in your life.
You’ll want to take your time eating fried chicken and waffles, beignets, and mimosas at Brown Sugar Kitchen in Oakland.
Reem’s California is a casual Arab bakery in Fruitvale serving pastries, wraps, and an incredible shakshuka on weekends.
Lois The Pie Queen is a North Oakland institution that serves chicken and waffles, biscuits, pancakes, and pies.
Cinderella Bakery is a small Russian cafe with some of the best breakfast in the city.
Eats in the Richmond is always packed for breakfast on weekends, but the chicken and waffles are worth the wait.
Kate’s Kitchen in the Lower Haight is a breakfast spot with oddly-named dishes like the Flanched Flarney Garney.
There isn’t a place in SF that’s more classic for dim sum than Yank Sing in SoMa.
This casual Bernal Heights restaurant has a huge patio that’s ideal for brunch or burgers with friends.
Hopscotch does Japanese-inspired takes on classic American dishes in a laid-back space.
Mission Rock Resort serves American and seafood dishes on the shores of Mission Bay.
The great dim sum at Palette Tea House gives us a good reason to go to Ghirardelli Square.
Papito Hayes is a fun spot for weekend brunch or a casual midweek date. Go for the huevos rancheros and the spicy margaritas.