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San Diego's Best Brunch

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


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10 Sweet Spots

Beyond chocolate chip pancakes and real maple

The Mission Restaurant, French toast
The Mission Restaurant, French toast

Eclipse Chocolate Bar and Bistro
South Park
After dining, brunchers get 10 percent off chocolate in the retail shop.

Brockton Villa
La Jolla
Famous for their “Coast Toast,” which is like a custard-y, French toast soufflé.

Snooze, an A.M Eatery
Hillcrest & Carmel Valley
Indecisive? Order a flight of 3 different pancakes.

Tiger! Tiger! doughnutsTiger! Tiger! doughnuts

The Mission Restaurant
Multiple locations
Their famous French toast is made with cinnamon bread.

Tiger! Tiger! Tavern
North Park
Try the house-made doughnuts paired with a beer.

Leroy’s Kitchen + Lounge
Get your daily dose of fruit (kind of) in the berry brioche French toast.

Urban SolaceUrban Solace

The Red Door
Mission Hills
The name says it all: Sweet-Tooth Belgian Waffle.

Urban Solace
North Park
They’ll ask if you want butter pecan sauce on the cinnamon roll. Um, YES.

Farm House Cafe
University Heights
French toast with lavender honey, please.

La Jolla
Mix ’n’ match house-made pastries for $3 each.

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