Specializing in classic paninis, The Press presents a variety of sandwiches that will make you question if brunch truly needs to be breakfast-based. With healthy choices of soups, numerous salads, and Instagram-worthy fruit-covered French toast, this Pleasanton joint is truly aesthetically pleasing. With dishes served on wooden slabs, customers are placed into that family-owned ambience that many should experience in their brunch travels. So enjoy the ice chai latte with their version of eggs Benedict, and become a regular.
The Press, 1987 Santa Rita Rd Ste H Pleasanton, CA, USA, +1 925 846 9900
Offering up baked goods like cinnamon rolls, chunky cookies, and pastries galore, Denica’s Real Food Kitchen shows that brunch can easily be a mix of sweet and salty. Serving up your classic waffles with fruits on top, pancakes stacked up to your chest, and their take on a breakfast burrito, the menu is endless in its choices. Visited by regulars, and kid-friendly, this hotspot caters to any brunch needs, whether they be for a quick pastry run, or classic sit-down style.
Denica’s Real Food Kitchen, 6058 Dougherty Rd Dublin, CA, USA, +1 925 829 6200
With fusion restaurants becoming more of a hit in the past few years, Super Burger & Breakfast seems to be living up to the hype. With a menu that serves burgers, tacos, breakfast burritos, and a chicken teriyaki plate, the regulars are going wild over the variety. Not the usual morning order of eggs and pancakes, this little spot shows that their lunch choices can stand up against any breakfast plate. So whether coming down with a group or picking up just for yourself, there will be no disappointment in this transaction.
Super Burger & Breakfast, 4211 Rosewood Dr Pleasanton, CA, USA, +1 925 463 6310
Breakfast doesn’t look more American than it does at Zac’s Café. Serving that hearty American breakfast of eggs, and your choice of a side meat, their golden hash browns that have just the perfect amount of crisp to them are the go-to at this brunch spot. So, enjoy your side of potatoes, while being transported back in time with their brown décor, and wooden furnishings.
Zac’s Café, 6715 Dublin Blvd Ste M Dublin, CA, USA, +1 925 829 6715