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Great Places For Weekend Brunch in San Francisco

Park Tavern/North Beach

Pros: Location, ambiance and solid American bistro fare
Cons: So far, lunch on Fridays only
Best For: An outdoor seat, overlooking the park

Grub/Mission District

Pros: A cool spot on Valencia Street
Cons: Closed weekdays for lunch
Best For: Solid American bistro fare

Plow/Portrero Hill

Pros: A fine breakfast will be had by all
Cons: No parties greater than six, please
Best For: "The Plow", comfort foodie heaven

Nettie's Crab Shack/Cow Hollow-Marina

Pros: More than a crab shack
Cons: Long waits at peak times
Best For: A laid-back weekend brunch on the sun-denched back patio

Chez Maman/Portrero Hill

Pros: An authentic sweet spot with a great neighborhood vibe
Cons: Put your name on the chalkboard and be patient
Best For: A relaxed weekend repast with a French twist

The Elite Cafe/Pacific Heights

Pros:1928 mahogany booths, elegant New Orleans twist
Cons:Get here before noon or deal with the wait
Best For: Mimosas, warm beignets and a great Sunday brunch

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