Snooze is an airy breakfast-/ brunch-ery in a high ceiling'd locale perforated by giant skylights and a front facade that rolls up. They dole out fare so groundbreakingly customizable you'll swear you cooked it yourself, as long as you don't look at and/or taste it.
You can always rely on filling, farm-fresh food at this North Park eatery. Instead of brunch, Urban Solace serves "blunch" (on weekdays and Saturdays) where egg-centric breakfast dishes, hot & cold sandwiches, and soups & salads will leave anyone with functioning tastebuds happy. The Sunday Bluegrass Brunch draws crowds for standouts like the cinnamon roll with butter pecan sauce, braised pork belly Benedicts, and the grilled four-cheese sandwich served with fries and creamy tomato-fennel soup.
Located in the luxe Grand Del Mar, Addison's been named one of the most expensive restos in the country.
The Red Door is a spot with a bistro-esque feel where you can enjoy warm biscuits and homemade jam... or chicken-fried steak & eggs.
What's better than brunching on a rooftop? Why, brunching on a rooftop overlooking the Pacific Ocean, of course. At Firehouse you get just that, in addition to a killer happy hour and the spinning stylings of live DJs by night. The place is huge, modern and sleek, with spacious leather booths and tabletops that double as fire pits. You'll be served American fare and local fish alongside creative cocktails, beer and wine.