Food & Drink

You're hungover. Here are San Diego's best cures.

Published On 02/03/2014 Published On 02/03/2014
Best Hangover Cures SD
Sara Norris
Sara Norris
Sara Norris
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Hash House A Go Go
Sara Norris
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1. Kono's Cafe 704 Garnet Ave, San Diego, CA 92109 (Pacific Beach)

This beloved Pacific Beach staple serves up hot coffee and the best breakfast on the boardwalk that won’t break the bank. Starting at 7am, seven days a week, you can get a hearty breakfast plate piled with enough food to feed a small village. Kono's is open for lunch until 3 or 4pm everyday, too, serving American classics like burgers and grilled cheeses with steak fries. Get your food at the cafe and take it down to the beach, or walk across the boardwalk to check out the ocean view from its hidden outdoor seating area overlooking Crystal Pier.

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2. Urban Solace 3823 30th St, San Diego, CA 92104 (North Park)

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.

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3. bBar 2683 Via De La Valle, Del Mar, CA 92014 (Del Mar)

This Del Mar storefront slings all-organic, vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, GMO-free, unfortunately-not-served-for-free healthy liquids pressed in-house.

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4. OB Noodle House 2218 Cable St, San Diego, CA 92107 (Ocean Beach)

With 19 kinds of pho, a ton of appetizers, vermicelli bowls, and crispy egg noodles, OB Noodle House has everything you could possibly ask of one noodle house. But they've gone above and beyond with the Pho 20 Challenge ($24.20, we see what you did there) -- if you can finish the one and a half pounds of noodles, one pound of meat, and a pint of a Stone beer (in under 42 minutes), you get yourself a T-shirt, a place on the Pho king champion (we see what you did there again!) hall of fame, and the meal is free.

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5. Great Maple 1451 Washington St, San Diego, CA 92103 (University Heights)

Not just a common compliment among syrup makers, Great Maple's a fancied-up '60s diner with a bit of European flair, coming at you from the guys who brought you Hash House a-Go-Go and The Tractor Room. This East Village spot offers extensive menu lineups, from brunch through dinner. Make a reservation if you can, because this place is constantly busy.

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6. Hash House A Go Go 3628 5th Ave, San Diego, CA 92103 (Hillcrest)

SD's gargantuanly proportioned "Twisted Farm Food(ery)" has got awesome breakfast fare in Hillcrest.

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