Favorite Fancy SF Brunch Spots
Bar Agricole is one of Favorite Fancy SF Brunch Spots.

1. Bar Agricole

8.7
355 11th St (at Folsom St), San Francisco, CA
Cocktail Bar · SoMa · 217 tips and reviews

7x7 Magazine7x7 Magazine: Can't get enough of the fried eggs with pork belly - greens and tender beans lighten up a plate of fried eggs with big chunks of seared pork belly. Read more.

Chez Spencer is one of Favorite Fancy SF Brunch Spots.

2. Chez Spencer

82 14th St (at Folsom St), San Francisco, CA
French Restaurant · Mission District · 27 tips and reviews

7x7 Magazine7x7 Magazine: Love the Eggs baked "en cocotte" - it usually means baked in a ramekin, but here it's baked in a of puff pastry w/ mushroom tartine, and soft scrambled eggs with summer truffles. Read more.

Twenty Five Lusk is one of Favorite Fancy SF Brunch Spots.

3. Twenty Five Lusk

8.4
25 Lusk St (off Townsend St, btwn 3rd & 4th St), San Francisco, CA
New American Restaurant · SoMa · 150 tips and reviews

7x7 Magazine7x7 Magazine: Chef Matthew Dolan's homemade cinnamon doughnuts are served with French press coffee for dunking and a half pint of ale for soothing the headache. Genius. Read more.

Baker & Banker is one of Favorite Fancy SF Brunch Spots.

4. Baker & Banker

1701 Octavia St (at Bush St), San Francisco, CA
New American Restaurant · Japantown · 68 tips and reviews

7x7 Magazine7x7 Magazine: For something a little more unusual try the trout with potato latke, fennel, and beets - house-smoked trout on top of a potato latke with pickled beets and a pile of shaved fennel. Read more.

Zero Zero is one of Favorite Fancy SF Brunch Spots.

5. Zero Zero

9.2
826 Folsom St (btwn 4th St & 5th St), San Francisco, CA
Pizza Place · SoMa · 425 tips and reviews

7x7 Magazine7x7 Magazine: For breakfast order one of Bruce Hill’s chewy, thin-crusted pizzas topped with a poached egg and sausage. Read more.

Nopa is one of Favorite Fancy SF Brunch Spots.

6. Nopa

9.4
560 Divisadero St (at Hayes St), San Francisco, CA
New American Restaurant · Alamo Square · 530 tips and reviews

7x7 Magazine7x7 Magazine: Come for brunch! The pan de mie French toast is crazy-good - days old bread is soaked in custard before being seared and topped with oozing roasted strawberries and lemon butter (made in house). Read more.

Prospect is one of Favorite Fancy SF Brunch Spots.

7. Prospect

8.4
300 Spear St (at Folsom St), San Francisco, CA
New American Restaurant · Financial District · 126 tips and reviews

7x7 Magazine7x7 Magazine: Our favorite brunch dish is "The Prospector". House-made bacon, duck breakfast sausage, corn skillet cakes, eggs over easy and home fries. Read more.