Where to have Brunch in San Francisco?!


Where to have Brunch in San Francisco?!

Let’s face it: brunch is the only reason to get out of bed in the weekend! It feels like a party as brunch is having breakfast at lunch time! And if you do it right, there is booze involved as well;)! I’m very lucky to live in a city where they know to do brunch at best! That is why I wanted to publish the ultimate guide for the best brunch in San Francisco so you know where to go when you visit…!

Jane on Fillmore Street

Anyone who has visited me in San Fran, is dragged to this adorable place on Fillmore. Jane serves healthy, fun and super delicious food (which are very photo-worthy!) and the best coffee in SF. Whether you go for breakfast, brunch, lunch or a coffee-break, you know you will be having a food-party!


Craftsman and Wolves

A little gem in the Mission district, Craftsman and Wolves. This blueberry muffin was amazing, but did I tell you about the muffin with asiago, sausage, green onion and egg a soft cooked egg inside (the rebel)? This contemporary brasserie is a must visit in San Francisco!

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Park Tavern

This restaurant, with the cozy living room feel, is always crowded! Because, who doens’t want to start the day with the best french toast in town or some cast iron baked farm eggs? As Park Tavern is located in San Francisco’s historic North Beach neighbourhood, it is super fun to walk to Pier 39 after your extensive brunch.


As Quoted 

Whether you go with your friends, family or boyfriend, As Quoted is the place to be for approachable organic, seasonal, farm-to-table cuisine. This place is located in the lovely Presidio Heights neighborhood in San Francisco, which is also a fun area to go for a walk or some nice views over the bay!



Don’t let the grimy Tenderloin-location fool you, as Chambers at Phoenix Hotel serves one of the best brunches in town. Behind the big wooden doors is a very nice bar and restaurant located. We love how the restaurant is decorated with at least a thousand of vintage LP’s on the walls and a big fire place. The bottomless mimosas are an easy choice and the Soufflé Pancake with berries, vanilla berry puree and maple ice cream are definitely a reason to come back!


This is not a sponsored post, I simply want to share this hotspot so you can grab your bag and go here as well.

Hope you enjoyed this article! Xx Susanne – 

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