Got The Brunchies? Let One Of These San Diego Spots Cure The Craving

Farmer's Bottega Short Rib Benedict
July 9, 2016

Humanity has invented aircrafts that send people to the moon, submarines that explore the depths of the sea, and robots that are on the brink of consciousness. But the people voted, and despite all these breakthroughs, the best invention yet? Brunch. So when you’ve got a bad case of the brunchies, look no further than these hot San Diego brunch spots!

Ever curious to know where your food is actually coming from? Farmer’s Bottega has mastered the art of farm-to-table by using ingredients that are fresh, local and responsibly sourced. This means that you know exactly what you’re getting - good food you can trust. While you’re there try the popular slow braised Short Rib Benedict, served on lemongrass soft polenta and topped with chipotle Hollandaise.

The Duck Dive Biscuits and Gravy Sliders
Head to Pacific Beach and enjoy your morning meal at The Duck Dive, a neighborhood eatery and bar inspired by the San Diego surf scene. Commence your day with Biscuit and Gravy Sliders, two handcrafted biscuits loaded with scrambled eggs and sausage and topped with scratch-made sausage gravy. Pair these hearty breakfast sandwiches with bottomless mimosas or Bloody Buddies, served daily.

Have a case of the Mexican brunchies? Join Romesco for brunch on Saturdays or Sundays to experience a flawless fusion of Mexican and Mediterranean cuisine. This ‘deasyuno’ menu boasts a variety of south of the border breakfast dishes that will have your Saturday and Sundays off to a great start. Try the Huevos en Salsa Verde, two fried eggs over crispy corn tortillas in a tomatillo salsa topped with crema and cotija cheese. No need to go to Baja when you can get the best Mexican-Mediterranean brunch right here in Bonita!

Fig Tree Cafe Stuffed French Toast
Another one of San Diego’s favorite brunch locations, is Fig Tree Café! With locations in Liberty StationPacific Beach and Hillcrest stop by and see what everyone is raving about! These ultimate brunch spots are complemented by their unparalleled breakfast menu every day. Their famous Stuffed French Toast is made with thick pieces of marinated brioche bread stuffed with mascarpone cheese with mangos and strawberries. This dish will satisfy those sweet tooth and brunch cravings.

Wake up. Chill. Brunch. Beach. Repeat. Not just any brunch though. This is brunch with a view! Join Pacific Beach AleHouse for brunch at the beach on Saturdays and Sundays from 9am to 2pm. Try a fruity and filling SoCal Acai Bowl made with bananas, strawberries, blueberries, house-made granola and honey. Brunch, beach and a view - what’s better?

Let True North Tavern in North Park point you to the best brunch in town! This award-winning sports bar knows more than just big TV’s and great drinks. Join True North on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 2pm to enjoy a Caliente Burrito. A fresh Gabriel flour tortilla loaded with carne asada, adobo sauce, chopped jalapenos, salsa fresca and chipotle mayo. This burrito will help you get rid of Friday night’s drinks. Complete with good vibes and great service, True North is the place to cure your brunchies. 

If there is anywhere in San Diego that knows how to do brunch, it’s Breakfast Republic. This best-in-the-neighborhood eatery in North Park has thought through everything, down to putting coffee ice cubes in your fresh, cold-press coffee. For an innovative twist on American classics, try the Breakfast Jambalaya made with shrimp, portugese linguisa sausage, rice, green onion, red bell pepper and topped with 3 eggs any style. Got the brunchies yet? This one is not one to be missed.

Since we’ve already established that brunch is the greatest invention known to mankind, it only makes sense to check out these top-notch restaurants to do away with the brunchies and take advantage of humanity’s greatest invention.