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San Diego's Best Brunch

Best Bloody Marys, Eggs Benedict, healthy eats, and more



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San Diego’s got a funny relationship with brunch. In fact, some of our favorite spots don’t technically do brunch. They specialize in breakfast served all day, or lunch served early, or are nice places to go that put out OJ for your Champagne. One thing they all have in common: splurge. Either on price, calories, or alcohol. These are not critical meals. Or nutritious ones (except for our list of 10 healthy brunches on page 103). These are just-for-fun, cure-the-hangover, blow-the-day, break-your-plans, meet-your-friends, take-the-kids, not-every-Sunday kind of meals. So splurge. And may your mimosas always be bottomless!

Make-it-your-way eggs Benedict with citrus Hollandaise and breakfast potatoes at Tower23/JRDN
 
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