1300 on Fillmore
1300 on Fillmore is well known for its brunch. Brunch at the weekends includes live music. Lastly, make sure to take advantage of the drinks, they have something for everyone’s taste.
Tommy’s Joynt is not your conventional style brunch. If you are a fan of well cooked meat then Tommy’s is the place for you. It is a cafeteria style system so make sure you have your order ready when you approach the front. The atmosphere and family style is a great addition to the food that is hard to beat.
Sweet Maple takes you back to the traditional brunch style food. While it can be on the expensive side, it is guaranteed to leave you feeling satisfied. It is highly recommended to try to deep fried french toast. This is a restaurant favorite and is arguably one of the best in the city. Sweet Maple is the perfect place to kick off your Saturday with brunch, a bloody Mary, and some great friends.
Brenda’s Meat & Three
Brenda’s Meat & Three is another Western Addition hot brunch spot that is rooted in southern style comfort food, and will not leave you disappointed. A standout dish is the gumbo and the eggs Benedict with creole hollandaise. Brenda’s is a great place when trying to find a new go to brunch spot in San Francisco.
On the outskirts of the Western Addition, Eddie’s has a midwest diner style ambiance. The cafe embraces makes you feel right at home: the staff are delightfully friendly, and are always making sure you are enjoying the atmosphere and food. Even though it seems like Eddie’s is always crowded, the wait is usually minimal.
Fillmore Street Cafe
For people on the go, Fillmore Street Cafe is your place to grab brunch. It is a traditional coffee shop that also includes a sit-down menu to select from. As well as specializing in coffee and tea, the cafe has sandwiches, pastries, and other breakfast staples.