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San Diego's Best Brunch

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


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Best Buffets

One of the best things about Vegas—without the Sin City hangover

Brunch at The Westgate HotelBrunch at The Westgate Hotel

The Westgate Hotel
An elegant brunch with live music, fresh seafood, a crêpe station, and bottomless Champagne and other beverages. It’s like a mini trip to Paris. Sundays only.

  • The Grant Grill
    Tackle the build-your-own-waffle buffet with more than 20 toppings from maple syrup and whipped cream to secret-recipe fried chicken and herb gravy.

    Tom Ham’s

    Point Loma
    Make at least one trip to the raw bar.

    Karl Strauss
    Brewing Company

    Sorrento Valley
    Give the beer mimosa a shot.

  • House of Blues
    Doesn’t get anymore spiritual than Sunday Gospel brunch with a Southern-fried buffet.


    Point Loma
    What’s a buffet without a mouthwatering meat- carving station?

    Hotel del Coronado
    The grande dame of brunches includes bottomless mimosas, a Bloody Mary bar, waffle station, omelette station, and fresh seafood.

  • Park Hyatt
    Aviara Resort

    Gorge on the traditional Bloody Mary bar, seafood station, and omelette bar with golf course views.


    Mission Bay
    A lively, party-like buffet on the bay. The perfect way to wow out-of-towners.

    Not just a Champagne brunch— Champagne brunch on a boat.


Location and reservation info for all these places here »


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