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The Best Bottomless Brunches In San Francisco

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Updated: 25 October 2016
If there’s one thing San Franciscans enjoy, it’s a boozy brunch. Locals line up for hours to get a seat at one of the top-rated brunch spots in town, and the main thing that makes the wait worthwhile is the promise of unlimited drinks to go along with delicious food. Read on to discover our favorite deals for bottomless brunches around the city.

1300 on Fillmore

Visit 1300 on Fillmore for classic, southern American cuisine. Located in the jazz-filled Fillmore district, the restaurant’s atmosphere is upscale and swanky, but you can expect a loud, fun time with live music and creative drinks. Enjoy comfort brunch food like Pork Confit Hash, Tasso Ham Benedict, and Bananas Foster French Toast. Sundays include a surcharge for live gospel music. The bottomless deal? $15 for bottomless bellinis, a mixture of champagne and white peach puree.

1300 on Fillmore, 1300 Fillmore St, San Francisco, CA, USA


In SoMa you’ll find District, located in a former warehouse with brick walls and exposed wood beams. District is a wine bar – restaurant with a wide variety of menu options. Every Sunday brunch is offered buffet-style. Expect such delicacies as house-made spicy chicken sausage, chipotle-garlic breakfast potatoes, buttermilk pancakes with banana-rum syrup, and fried sweet plantains with house salsa. Add $15 to your buffet price to get unlimited mimosas and access to the make-your-own Bloody Mary bar.

District, 216 Townsend St, San Francisco, CA, USA

Hard Knox Café

Visit the Hard Knox Café for southern homestyle cooking that will feed both your appetite and your soul. The café offers two locations, one in the Dogpatch neighborhood and one in the Richmond district. The Richmond location offers brunch every day, with menu items including Pulled Pork Eggs Benedict, Corned Beef Hash, and a Meat Lover’s Scramble. You can also enjoy southern classics like Louisiana Beef Hotlinks, Country Fried Steaks, Fried Catfish, and beignets for dessert. The bottomless deal is available Monday through Friday and features unlimited mimosas with fresh-squeezed orange juice for $15 a person.

Hard Knox Cafe, 2448 Clement St, San Francisco, CA, USA

Kitchen Story

Kitchen Story serves Californian cuisine in an attempt to recall the warm aroma of a home-cooked breakfast in the morning at grandma’s house. Brunch is served every weekend and features a wide variety of both breakfast and lunch options. Breakfast options include Mascarpone Stuffed Deep Fried French Toast, a mushroom omelet with hollandaise, two eggs with a cheddar-melt potato, and Kitchen Story’s famous Millionaire Bacon. Lunch options include a crab panini, a strawberry salad, and a veggie burger. Bottomless mimosas are served for $19 a pop, with the request that customers limit their refill time to two hours.

Kitchen Story, 3499 16th St, San Francisco, CA, USA

Stock in Trade

Stock in Trade is a popular tavern-style restaurant located up north in the Marina district. Come visit to enjoy a laid-back atmosphere. The restaurant even features an on-site bocce ball court. Brunch is served every day, with options such as the grilled steak and eggs sandwich, brioche french toast, biscuits and gravy, and corned beef hash. Lunch is served simultaneously, as well. Order bottomless bubbles for $17 with your brunch, with a variety of options including bellinis, mimosas, and pomegranate purees.

Stock in Trade, 2036 Lombard St, San Francisco, CA, USA