San Diego Brunch Directory

San Diego Brunch Directory

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Whether it's coffee and pastries, eggs benedict and Bloody Marys, or a mouthwatering meat feast you're after we've got plenty of options to make sure the most important meal of the day is also the tastiest.

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    With lines out the door most mornings, a table is always worth the wait at this lively upscale diner. From popovers and scramble melts, to silver dollar pancakes, options for brunch are almost endless. 
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    Breakfast is available daily until three at this downtown Oceanside bakery, where fresh-baked pastries and restorative coffee await. Heartier day-starters include baguettes topped with soft basted eggs, pesto, bacon and tomato, build-your-own omlets and sweet and savory crepes.
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    The meat palace's morning eats range from their signature sausages served with eggs, smashed tater tots and toast, to breakfast-style poutine and a Mexican-Korean mashup with venison chorizo called Kim-Chi-Laquilles.
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    The Sunday Champagne Buffet Brunch at this charming replica World War I French farmhouse is not for the faint hearted. Running from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., $28.95 per person gets you all you can drink champagne (there is a 2 1/2 hour limit) and – with individual omelet, waffle and fajita bars, carving station, plus pasta and dessert stations – as many trips to the buffet that you can handle. 
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    This freshly-minted eatery from the owner of the equally brunch-friendly Fig Tree Cafe has the de rigueur craft beer taps that seem to come standard in North Park and specializes in breakfast all day, every day. Eaters are already raving about the pancake versions of popular sweet treats, from cinnamon rolls to Oreos and churros. 
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    This wine bar's weekend brunch runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with seasonal fruit mimosas, bloody beers and an ever-changing menu that highlights local produce in everything from housemade pastries to savory empanadas, breakfast pizza and more. 
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    Housed in a vintage home complete with white picket fence and convivial patio garden, the Cottage is hugely popular breakfast spot in downtown La Jolla. The coffee cake comes highly recommended, while other popular items include the stuffed French toast (brioche, strawberry compote, mascarpone cheese, $14) and, lemon ricotta pancakes ($11.50, or $13 with added grilled blueberries). 
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    Divided into five main sections (hen, hollandaise, sammies, sweet, light) menu options range from an indulgent three-pancake flight (the Pineapple upside down cakes have rave reviews on Yelp!), to the more health conscious quinoa porridge. If the ‘benny options have you beat Snooze allows you to order half an order of your two favorite offerings.
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    The OB eatery's "Beats, Bubbles & Brunch” is still a big hit on the weekends between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. There's live musical entertainment and serious deals on brunch cocktails ($2 (!) mimosas and $5 Bloody Marys), plus a "Sofa-King Delicious" cinnamon roll, Loco-Motion, fries topped with eggs, bacon and hollandaise and Nacho Mama’s Short Rib Benny with cheese fondue.
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    Alongside traditional tipples like Bellinis and Bloody Marys unique libations including the Venus Fly Trap (jalapeno infused tequila, agave nectar, dry curacao) and a Moretti Michelada (lager, lime, salt, pepper and Ivan’s hot sauce), also grace the menu. For an extra $15 mimosas can become bottomless.
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