Ultimate Guide to Boozy Brunches by Neighborhood
San Francisco’s Pride celebration spans the whole month of June and whether you’re looking to boost your Sunday funday, or kick-start your morning, here are a few places go to keep the mimosas flowing.
3465 19th Street
Receive generous pouring of bottomless mimosas ($15) seven-days-a-week. In addition to their standard mimosa, try their seasonal offerings made from local, fresh fruit juice. Compliment the meal with an order of breakfast tacos or Croque Madame.
The Pink Elephant
142 Minna Street
This festive place doesn’t mess around when it comes to boozy brunch: For $20, make your own drinks at the mimosa buffet. Great for heavy-handed pourers, pour your own champagne and choose from more than 20 different fresh juice options served up in glass boot steins.
3499 16th Street
Bottomless mimosas ($19) are not limited to weekends at Kitchen Story, so get your boozy fix anytime during the week. Pair it with Mascarpone Stuffed Deep Fried French Toast and Millionaire’s Bacon to amp up your mornings.
2101 Sutter Street
If you didn’t think bacon could get any better, then try the Millionaire’s Bacon. Thick, free-range bacon baked for four hours with brown sugar, cayenne, red and black pepper comes out with the right amounts of soft and crispy texture. Don’t forget to order the Marnier French Toast and be sure that when you order your bottomless mimosa ($18), to try the sweet (fresh raspberry lemonade) and bitter (fresh squeezed grapefruit juice) flavors.
2150 Chestnut Street
A great neighborhood spot for Thai fusion food, you can't beat the generous pourings of bottomless mimosas ($18). Savor each sip with a serving the Blackstone Benedict or Crispy Fried French Toast.
601 Eddy Street
Before you hit up the Parade, be sure to kick-start the fun at this Civic Center hangout. Located inside The Phoenix Hotel, the bottomless mimosas ($14) and Hangover Hash will help take your celebrations from morning to night.
216 Townsend Street
Whether you’re off to celebrate Pride or cheer on the Giants when they play the Rockies, hit up this local favorite. Bottomless mimosas are a steal here at $12. If mimosas are not your thing, they also offer bottomless Bloody Marys ($12). Pack it all in with a serving of Biscuits and Sawmill Gravy or Bacon and House Made Spicy Chicken Sausage.
4826 Mission Street
Located on the southern edge of San Francisco, start your morning with a round (or two) of bottomless mimosas ($15), delicious Biscuits and Gravy Breakfast or a Toad in a Hole, a fried egg nested in a thick slice of toast with two strips of bacon.