The Top Brunch Spots in Oakland

The Top Brunch Spots in Oakland

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If you've exhausted all your brunch options in the city, then it's time to check out the scene across the bridge.

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    Order the chilaquiles, which comes with tortilla chips, salsa roja, black beans, two eggs, avocado, queso fresco, and pickled red onions, or opt for their famous savory French toast.
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    You seriously can't go wrong with one of their perfect wood-fired pizzas. As always, they're cocktails are on point, so order something to wash it all down.
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    They offer brunch classic like steak and eggs, shrimp and grits, and distinct dishes like chicken and pork belly ragu with biscuits. And take some of their heavenly beignets home with you.
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    Portal's big outdoor patio and proximity to Lake Merritt makes it perfect for a sunny weekend brunch. All their ingredients are sourced from local farmer's markets and pairs perfectly with their wide variety of local and regional gourmet beers.
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    Oakland's much acclaimed Asian fusion restaurant also serves brunch. Wet your whistle with a twist on a classic with the Wasabi Bloody Mary, or show some East Bay pride with the Oakland - sparkling wine, oj, lemon, house grenadine, and gin.
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    Served only one day a week, Cosecha's bold flavors and hearty Mexican grub place it among the top spots in Oakland. For drinks they offer mimosas and micheladas, but the food is the true star here.
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    The weekend specials include drool-inducing dishes like their twist on French toast, Pain Perdue (Cajun-style French toast made with baguettes soaked in a whiskey laced custard (!), baked to order, and served with red and white wine compote and fruit).
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    As far as eats go, you really can't go wrong with the traditional Jalisco fare, but if you can't decide, try the pozole rojo (pork hominy stew, chile seco, onion, and cilantro), the hotcakes de planatano (banana), or the huevos con nopalitos.
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    Crispy and juicy buttermilk chicken paired with a decadent cornmeal waffle and topped with brown sugar butter and apple cider syrup, you'll never regret gobbling down the whole plate.
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