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Rose’s Café


We know your initial reaction might be to cringe, but we promise that the breakfast pizza at Rose’s Café is worth the wait. It’s usually crowded at Rose’s Café, a neighborhood joint popular with the locals, but isn’t that the sign of an authentic palate-pleaser? And even when the weather outside gets frightful, there are copious amounts of heated outdoor seating. And green eggs and ham are not just for Sam. At Rose’s Café they are one of the brunch favorites, we swear.

Rose’s Café is located at 2298 Union Street (415.775.2200)