70 "Brunch" restaurants in San Francisco.
We can always rely on Cotogna in the Financial District for an excellent upscale Italian meal.
On average, the best bread bakery in the country can be found at Tartine Bakery in the Mission.
Foreign Cinema in the Mission is a San Francisco classic for brunch, and dinner is solid too.
Tartine Manufactory in the Mission is a huge operation with excellent pastries, coffee, and ice cream, and dinner as well.
The Mill in Nopa is the place you keep hearing about with the fancy toast, and it’s worth paying for, especially to hang out here a little longer.
Pearl is a great option for a long weekend brunch or a casual weeknight dinner in the Richmond.
The great dim sum at Palette Tea House gives us a good reason to go to Ghirardelli Square.
San Tung is a Chinese restaurant in the Sunset with great chicken wings, but the entire menu is worth trying out.
Alba Ray’s is a Cajun spot in the Mission that will trick you into thinking you’re in New Orleans.
Bette’s in Berkeley is an upscale 1950s-style diner that does a boozy brunch worth the guaranteed 45-minute wait.