When it comes to brunch, there is no shortage of options. In fact, there are so many, it can be hard to keep up.
Brunch in San Diego is more than a meal; it’s an event. Due to the “75 degrees and sunny” weather, weekends on the patio are a constant year-round. From South Bay to North County and all the areas in between, the number of restaurants offering delicious brunches are endless with more always being added.
Due to this rotating variety, brunches often have to be broken down into categories to find the “best.” Where to get the best mimosas? Best huevos rancheros? Best pastries? There’s a different answer for each depending on who you ask.
Each restaurant’s brunch menu has to have an item that’s unique in order to make people come back for more. And, since wait times can be pretty lengthy, especially at the more popular spots, the food and drinks have to be well worth it to satisfy hungry guests.
Fortunately, that’s not a problem in America’s Finest City, where you can get a champagne brunch aboard a boat, by the beach, or under a canopy of palm trees. There are restaurant options that include bottomless mimosas with specialty juices other than the standard OJ and Bloody Marys that come with a hamburger as a garnish.
Flights are also common among many restaurants where you can pick three kinds of pancakes, Eggs Benedicts, or coffee drinks to mix and match. Bottom brunch line is: no matter what you’re hungry for on any given day, there’s a place perfect to appease your appetite.