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Home Plate

Perfect For:Breakfast


2274 Lombard St, San Francisco
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If one of the city’s many data companies illustrated Marina brunch spots as a pie chart, the larger slices would be "bottomless mimosas" and "social media-friendly wallpaper" and the smaller slivers would be lowkey breakfast spots like Home Plate. The diner looks like a living room straight out of an East Coast beach house, and you’ll want to get here for the buttermilk pancakes loaded with fruit and whipped cream, omelets, and benedicts, all of which you can dig into while admiring the baseball photos on the wall and the pillows with motivational quotes stitched on them.

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