4 New Brunches to Try in San Francisco This Weekend

By Amy Copperman  |  August 21, 2015
Credit: Declan Mckerr

From well-priced classics in a new neighborhood favorite to globally inspired offerings, you certainly won't go hungry at any of these brand-new (and new-ish) brunch hot spots. 

  • Myriad

    If you're looking to expand your brunch repertoire beyond the same old bacon and eggs, turn to the globally inspired menu here. One standout item is the shakshuka, a popular dish in the Middle East, featuring Tunisian tomato-poached eggs with griddled green onion socca and served with savory chickpea pancakes for dipping. Creative brunch cocktails like the Sandbar, a delicate mix of Madeira, orange, grapefruit, pimento bitters and Prosecco, will get you out of your mimosa rut as well.

    2491 Mission St.; 415-525-4335

  • Belle Cora

    Sidewalk seating, bottomless mimosas, and classic brunch fare for under $15 — this new North Beach spot is thankfully filling the affordable, casual brunch void in the neighborhood. Expect classics like eggs Benedict, sharable French toast bites and corned beef hash, best enjoyed on the front patio for optimal people-watching.

    565 Green St.; 415-872-5451

  • Credit: Declan Mckerr


    The Belgian Brasserie that replaced Cafe Des Amis early this summer has expanded their offerings to brunch and lunch, officially making it a one-stop-shop for deliciousness. Belgian waffles with stone fruit and chantilly cream are a highlight and thankfully the standout from dinner, the built-for-two sausage board, is also on the menu, as is a slew of breakfast-worthy beers and cocktails. 

    2000 Union St.; 415-872-7350

  • ICHI Sushi + Ni Bar

    If you think you have to wait until evening to experience one of the of the best sushi restaurants in the country, you'll be delighted to know the ICHI Sushi is currently wooing brunch crowds every Sunday with menu items that highlight traditional Japanese ingredients and technique. Expect grilled local mackerel, onsen tamago, pickles, rice and miso soup, as well as fusion items, like Pork Miso Scrambled Eggs and Tamago French Toast. Japanese-inspired brunch cocktails such as Umeboshi Tonics and Dashi Bloody Marys also join the party. 

    3282 Mission St.; 415-525-4750