Best Places for Springtime Brunch In San Francisco

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From bottomless mimosas to world-class pastries to eggs done any way you want them, there is no shortage of amazing springtime brunches here in San Francisco. Make sure to add these spots onto your springtime list!

1 Foreign Cinema

Foreign Cinema is one of the coolest places to be on a springtime day for brunch. With great food, a laid-back atmosphere and courtyard dining even on a cool morning (and they do have heaters), it is the perfect place to fly solo or enjoy a splendid morning with a group of friends. Charming yet playful, this San Francisco institution is always a memorable experience.
2534 Mission St San Francisco, CA 94110 (415) 648-7600

2 The Thomas and Fagianis

In addition to dinner and a full bar menu, Michelin-starred Executive Chef Brad Farmerie took the menu at the Thomas & Fagiani's one step further with the launch of weekend brunch. Guests can expect to find mouth-watering items like Corn Pancakes with Bellwether Farms crème fraiche & blueberry syrup; Tea-Smoked Salmon with spinach and French Toast stuffed with banana and house made Nutella. And yes, for those desiring a boozy accompaniment, The Thomas’ brunch cocktails are ready to go. With a gorgeous backdrop of the Napa Valley, the outdoor patio is the quintessential place for a springtime brunch.
813 Main Street Napa, CA 94559

3 Source

Source has made a name for itself with it’s innovative vegetarian menu.  One of the few San Francisco restaurants open 365 days a year, Source’s inventive vegetarian style brunch will satisfy meat eaters and vegetarians alike. Although they have tented (not outdoor) seating, this off-the-beaten path destination should be on everyone's list for springtime brunch!

11 Division Street at De Haro

San Francisco, CA  94107

Neighborhood:  SOMA


4 Bar Tartine

Bar Tartine Brunch is a San Francisco classic, which cannot be missed.  If you haven’t already tried Tartine bread or pastries from the Tartine Bakery (served at Bar Tartine), then brunch at Bar Tartine is in order.  The brunch menu is as elegant as the restaurant itself, and to say that everything is amazing is an understatement.

561 Mission Street (between 16th and 17th)

San Francisco, CA  94110

Neighborhood:  Mission


5 Nopa

This ever-bustling restaurant is known for it’s late night eats, but NOPA’s brunch menu should not go unnoticed.  Yes, it seems like Nopa is packed each hour of the day and night, but the brunch scene brings easier access to tables, a more subdued - yet still bustling - atmosphere, and of course, amazing food and innovative brunch cocktails for spring.

560 Divsidero Street (between Fell and Hayes Street)

San Francisco, CA 94117

Neighborhood:  NOPA


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