Food & Drink

5 brand-new SF brunches (lobster knuckle frittatas are involved)

Published On 05/22/2014 Published On 05/22/2014
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Verbena
Campton Place
Outerlands
Papito West
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1. Brick & Mortar Music Hall 1710 Mission St, San Francisco, CA 94103 (The Mission)

Located in the Mission District, B & M is a popular live music venue, and they aren't too bad at serving up cold drinks either.

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2. Verbena 2323 Polk St , San Francisco, CA 94109 (Russian Hill)

Verbena is the first SF restaurant from the same people who brought to you Gather over in Berkeley and they are excited to be serving up some great eats and certified delicious cocktails at this Russian Hill hotspot.

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3. The Campton Place Restaurant, Bistro & Bar 340 Stockton St, San Francisco, CA 94108 (Financial District)

The two Michelin star Campton Place, located in lower Nob Hill for more than two decades, has been reinvigorated with California-Indian cuisine under the helm of Chef Srijith Gopinathan. French classical cooking techniques, seasonal ingredients and flavors from South Asia are integrated into on several different prix fixe menus. Entrees such as Guinea hen with chestnut kitchdi and Mt. Lassen trout with edamame and grapefruit are fantastically presented. The separate Bar and Bistro has its own Cal-Indian menu that features curries and tandoori, as well as a handful of desserts.

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4. Papito West 425 Hayes St Ste A, San Francisco, CA 94102 (Hayes Valley)

An offshoot of the original Papito, this Hayes Valley location brings all the same goodness as the original location, including awesome Mexican brunch options like chorizo potato omelettes, duck confit tacos, and green enchiladas.

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5. Outerlands 4001 Judah St, San Francisco, CA 94122 (Outer Sunset)

Outerlands may be famous for its brunch (those Dutch pancakes are baked in a cast iron skillet and are so perfectly fluffy that you may never have another pancake again), but the food is pretty phenomenal at all meals — and the wait isn’t quite so insane later in the day. We’re obsessed with the cast-iron grilled cheese at lunch, the smoked chicken at dinner, and every single baked thing made in-house. Plus, it’s so pretty inside.

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