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San Diego's Best Brunch

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


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Eggs Benedict

Yoke It up with a little hollandaise in paradise

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  • Cody’s La Jolla
    La Jolla
    Famous for the crab cake Benedict, served at a cute yellow Craftsman overlooking the cove.

  • Snooze, an A.M Eatery
    Hillcrest, Carmel Valley
    Cross borders with the chilaquiles Benedict, or try any two of their six options as a Half & Half plate.

  • The Cottage
    La Jolla
    Lighten up with their polenta Benny, which includes tomato relish, kale pesto, and goat cheese sauce.

  • The Patio on Lamont Street
    Pacific Beach
    We’d eat pork belly on anything, but it’s especially tasty on eggs Benedict here.

  • Parkhouse Eatery
    University Heights
    We’re drooling over the California chili Hollandaise on the Southwest crab Benedict.

  • R Gang Eatery
    Try the downhome meat loaf Benedict served on a pretzel roll.

  • Hash House A Go Go
    Can’t go wrong with any of the five Benedicts, all served on mashed potatoes.

  • The Red Door
    Mission Hills
    Surf and turf with house-cured salmon or braised short rib Benedicts.

  • Fig Tree Café
    Point Loma, Pacific Beach, Hillcrest
    Tired of English muffins? Try their Bennys on house-made focaccia.

  • Bleu Boheme
    Get fancy with the lobster and mascarpone Benedict.


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