San Diego’s top Breakfast/Brunch hideouts
‘Let me take you to a place I know you want to go
It’s a good life’
Remember Inner City’s 1988 club banger? Whatever your answer to this question may be, let us take you down the San Diego area, and explore its diverse breakfast/brunch scene. You may wish to change your morning routine, and eat out. So buckle up y’all and see what’s on the menu.
Located at POINT LOMA 1255 N. Rosecrans Street and NORTH PARK 3773 30th Street, Suite H, this lovely cafe is renowned for its acai bowls. They come in three different sizes, and they are custom made, meaning you can choose your own base, toppings, fruits, and nuts. Extras are charged additionally, and it’s a variety of organic butters, hemp seeds, goji berries, and bee pollen.
Hillcrest’s Great Maple Dinette offers delicacies even for the pickiest foodies. Trying out anything from their staple Pigs in a Blanket, Hillcrest Toast, or Smoked Salmon Box will do. The menu can accommodate children, as well, so the kids may indulge in yummy Buttermilk Silver Dollar Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs & Hardwood Smoked Bacon.
This restaurant is located in Hillcrest, and its interior is quite interesting. Part of the restaurant is inside, and the other is an open space patio with lots of gorgeous plants that radiate the most comfortable vibe. Their brunch menu got you covered, starting with simple breakfast, lemon avocado toast, or brunch burger. All delicious and affordable. Drinks to accompany your food vary from different bubbly champs, to colorful mimosas, and cocktails.
Snooze. An AM Eatery
Another Hillcrest place where you can find all kinds of delicacies, whether you’re a vegetarian/vegan or enjoy having a savory, melts-in-your-mouth pork belly. If burrito is what you crave the most, the option list at Snooze is endless. They want you to feel satisfied at every moment, or as they put it: ‘At Snooze, we want each morning to feel like your weekend and happy hour rolled into one — no matter which side of noon it’s on.’
Woke up early in the morning hungry like a wolf or just feel like you could take part in a breakfast challenge? Broken Yolk in La Quinta just might be the perfect place for you, since they hold an event called – Broken Yolk Cafe’s Iron Man Omelet Challenge
It is a 1 hour event, and all you need is to do is finish this massive 12 egg omelet filled with mushrooms, onions, cheese smothered with their special chili and more cheese. The serving also includes a huge pile of home fries and 2 large biscuits. If you are a successful competitor, you may win a free meal, a free T-shirt, or a picture on the Wall of Fame. Good luck and bon appétit!
Whatever your option for the breakfast/brunch is, keep in mind all restaurants are COVID conscious, and will have your best interest at heart.
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