It should come as no surprise that brunch at Foreign Cinema is a culinary romp that rivals the beloved restaurant's evening meals. On the seasonal, globally-influenced morning menu, find sweet bites like organic guava "pop tarts," savory shareables like Provencal brandade (blended salt cod, whipped potatoes, garlic, chilis, and toast), and hearty meals like the champagne truffle omelet or duck leg confit. Lines can be long at brunch, so make a reservation to secure your spot. If they can't fit you in, Laszlo next door serves the same menu.
In San Francisco, it would be wrong not to go for brunch. This city is known for its breakfast offerings (or rather, the meal that falls slap bang in the middle of breakfast and lunch), and the options are pretty much never ending. San Fran does not just offer your standard eggs and pancakes (though those are good here). Oh no.
Here you’ll find Bloody Marys to knock your socks off, catfish eggs benedict with home potatoes, and breakfast dim sum with mango pudding. You’ll get your hangover cured with crisp bacon and your day started right with a steady stream of mimosas. There’s no better city for it, so make a reservation at one of our top spots, or try your luck and show up. Here are the best brunch spots in San Francisco.