2367 Market St.
With $10 bottomless mimosas on Sunday, how could Bisou not be on the top of your list for brunch? This up and coming French bistro is relatively new to the Castro, but making quite a name for itself on the brunch scene. The cuisine is just as classy as the ambiance. Highlights on the menu are the Eggs Benedict and the Omelette Parisienne.
2534 Mission St.
Gather a group of friends, sit outside in the spacious patio and watch a classic movie on the projector screen. This is what brunch at Foreign Cinema is all about. The diverse menu changes with the season. Expect to find an Oyster Bar, a Weekend Picnic Menu that includes Sonoma County Organic Eggs, Croque Madame and Foreign Cinema’s Fruit Pop Tart.
11 Division St.
Opened only last year, Source is making a name for itself with its innovative vegetarian menu. One of the few San Francisco restaurants open 365 days a year, Source’s inventive vegetarian (and vegan) style brunch will satisfy meat eaters and herbivores alike. Source is an off-the-beaten path destination that should be on everyone’s brunch list!
561 Valencia St.
Brunch at Bar Tartine is a San Francisco classic which cannot be missed. Famous for its Smørrebrød, the brunch menu is as elegant as the restaurant itself, and to say that everything is amazing is an understatement. While you are there, make sure to check out Tartine bread and pastries from the Tartine Bakery.
560 Divisadero St.
This ever-bustling restaurant is known for its late night eats, but Nopa’s brunch menu should not go unnoticed. The brunch scene has a more laid-back atmosphere, with amazing food and innovative brunch cocktails. Try the Butter Basted Farm Eggs paired with a Sunshine Fix.