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San Diego's Best Brunch

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


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Little girl eating breakfast

Family Brunch

Kids may not eat free, but at least they are welcome to eat

  • Waypoint Public
    Hillcrest, Carmel Valley
    Play area and $5 kids’ menu for the little ones, craft beer and short rib hash for the big ones.

  • Beaumont’s
    Bird rock
    Perfect for pre-beach day brunch with the family.

  • Brockton Villa
    La Jolla
    Make a reservation for family-style brunch passed around the table on platters.

  • Broken Yolk
    multiple locations
    Booster seats, chocolate chip pancakes, and plenty of noise to drown out any meltdowns.

  • Café 21
    University Heights
    Get a whole day’s recommended serving of fruit with big, fresh sharable platters.

  • Hotel Del Coronado
    Find a reason to celebrate—kids under five eat free.

  • Snooze,
    an A.M. Eatery

    Hillcrest, Carmel Valley
    Early-rising ankle-biters? Perfect, you’ll avoid the line that forms after 9 a.m.

  • Flagship Cruises
    Kids welcomed aboard at a discounted rate on this floating feast.

  • Claire’s on Cedros
    Solana Beach
    Breakfast served all day, legendary pancakes, plentiful boosters.


The Patio on Lamont Street
Pacific Beach
Bring the furry children along to this dog-friendly patio anytime.

Location and reservation info for all these places here »


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