Rise and Dine: Where To Eat Breakfast In San Diego

Rise and Dine: Where To Eat Breakfast In San Diego

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Whether you’re craving eggs, freshly baked pastries, or just need a great cup of coffee—stat—we’ve scoured San Diego for the best places to get the day started right.

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    The original buttermilk pancakes are killer! If its your first time their u have to try it! (: -- Amy Sayasane via Foursquare
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    Wireless is the worse I've ever used at San Diego coffee shops. I understand theres likely 45 laptops connected but damn. Cant do any work online. -- Beto Gurmilan via Foursquare
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    FABULOUS breakfast! Small, though, so expect to wait. Service was fantastic. The French toast was great, and my picky eater loved the chicken apple sausage. Local ingredients well prepared!! -- Lia Shields via Foursquare
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    While the highlight is their dedication to sourcing the best beans in the most ethical of ways, they also have a quaint shop in which to drink it. -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Wow what a great place! In quirky Normal Heights (San Diego's Berkeley). Open 24 hours, the have Espresso Breve! -- Sandro Alberti via Foursquare
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    If you're looking for the ultimate protein boost, try the Rory burger. It's flanked by peanut butter, bacon and mayo. And if you've never had a fizzy egg cream, this is the place to chug one down. -- The Feast via Foursquare
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    Try the blueberry corn pancakes and make sure you get a side of the house potatoes. Amazing flavor, doesn't need salt. -- Michael DeKeyser via Foursquare
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    On Man v Food, Adam Richman takes on the Broken Yolk Special, a 6-lb. breakfast served on a 15-inch pizza pan - a 12-egg omelet with chili plus a mountain of home fries and 2 biscuits. -- Travel Channel via Foursquare
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    Get the protein-packed Power Plato Breakfast. -- Thrillist via Foursquare
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    Must try their peanut butter & banana stuffed french toast, made famous by Food Network "Best Thing I Ever Ate". Fresh juices & always check out specials. -- yoruhana via Foursquare
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    You can't go hungry here. One of their farm-fresh, locally-sourced entrees is more than enough to feed two people. Be prepared to take leftovers and if you're planning for brunch get in line early). -- Boxfire Press via Foursquare
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    Stuffed French toast is great and more than enough...just make sure to share it with someone or have your partner get something with eggs, meat, etc. if you want more than just delicious French Toast. -- La Broi Walton via Foursquare
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