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San Diego's Best Brunch

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



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Our Ultimate Brunch List

An unscientific selection of the best of the best

  • Snooze,
    an A.M. Eatery

    Hillcrest, Carmel Valley
    Perfect eggs, mimosas, Bloodys, and a line around the block. It’s our city’s new brunch classic. 

  • Barrio Star
    Bankers Hill
    Avocado and salsa fresca on almost everything, except the “Gringo Breakfast,” and spicy Mexican cocktails.

  • The Westgate Hotel
    Downtown
    Champagne, seafood, and omelettes have never felt so elegant.

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  • World Famous
    Pacific Beach
    Huevos rancheros always taste better with a side of people-watching, and there’s no better people-watching than the PB boardwalk.

  • Brigantine
    Del Mar
    Enjoy Puerto Nuevo-style lobster omelettes while overlooking the racetrack.

  • House of Blues
    Downtown
    Forget eggs. Here you get fried chicken, mac ’n’ cheese, and Jesus on Sunday mornings during gospel brunch. Preach!

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  • Bali Hai
    Shelter Island
    We love the classic carving and seafood stations, but not as much as the bayfront view. Wowie!

  • Jimmy’s Famous
    American Tavern

    Point Loma
    A breezy patio on one of Point Loma’s tidier marinas is quite perfect for a boozy, seafood-y brunch.

  • Hornblower Cruises & Events
    Downtown
    Floating brunch on the bay with bottomless everything deserves a spot on your bucket list.

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Urban Solace
North Park
Cinnamon rolls big enough for a slab (not a drizzle) of icing, and live bluegrass tunes.

Location and reservation info for all these places here »

 

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