It's that time of the week: Sunday Brunch

February 02, 2014

San Francisco never sleeps, so instead of relaxing at home take advantage of this beautiful city, nice weather, and amazing restaurants. There is simply no excuse to stay inside on a Sunday in this city. Work up an appetite with a stroll through Golden Gate Park or along the Marina before you check out some of these delicious spots for Sunday Brunch.


This fairly new spot in the Marina serves a Mexican inspired brunch from 10am-3:30pm. Make sure to try to snag one of the outside tables if it isn’t too busy.

Foreign Cinema

This Mission staple serves an outdoor brunch beneath a projector featuring different films from across the globe from 11am-3pm. Foreign Cinema is known for its creative twists on dishes so don’t expect to find your typical brunch items on the menu.


As expected, this busy spot has a great brunch menu filled with egg dishes to burgers. Try to make a reservation before stopping by, the 11am to 2:30am brunch is sure to be packed.

Hi Lo

Sunday brunch is now a permanent thing at Hi Lo from 11am–2:30pm. The brunch menu has Southern influenced dishes as well as lighter healthier choices. Don’t forget to check out their brunch cocktails that go great with every meal.

Park Tavern

This North Beach American tavern has a great brunch scene from 10am-2:30pm. Park Tavern is known for its pancakes, cast-iron baked eggs, and creative brunch cocktails. Choose to dine inside at the communal bar table, at the sunny indoor/outdoor café, or in the classic dining room.