Throw in some traditional Mimosas, flowing Bloody Mary’s and a handful of loved ones, and it’s a perfect way to relax the mind and nourish the soul.
Whether you are dressed in your Sunday best or still dressed from Saturday night, there is something about a weekend breakfast at 1 p.m. that seems, well, almost sacred.
Throw in some traditional Mimosas, flowing Bloody Mary’s and a handful of loved ones, and it’s a perfect way to relax the mind and nourish the soul. DiscoverSD.com has your top ten San Diego restaurants for Sunday brunch.
Le Fontainebleau, Westgate Plaza Hotel
Considered to be the place to brunch in San Diego, the Westgate's award-winning Champagne Sunday Brunch offers more than 50 gourmet items including prime roasts, fresh seafood, and made-to-order sushi against a backdrop of ice sculptures and custom bouquets.
El Bizcocho, Rancho Bernardo Inn
This gourmet buffet includes endless Champagne, fresh orange juice and a Bloody Mary bar featuring Vodkas from around the world.
Firehouse American Eatery + Lounge – Pacific Beach
Trust your Sunday afternoon to Firehouse and enjoy free valet parking, ocean views, and a generous menu full of affordable breakfast and lunch favorites.
Humphreys by the Bay – Shelter Island
Humphreys in Shelter Island has recently been remodeled and offers a new brunch menu including steamed mussels, lamb chops, custom desserts, an omelet station, pasta station, and carving station, all surrounded by a breathtaking view of the marina.
Urban Mo's Bar & Grill– Hillcrest
Located in Hillcrest, this trendy diner offers an all-American brunch including country pork chops, classic omelets, home fries, and biscuits and gravy.
Suite & Tender, Sé Hotel
Located inside the new chic Se San Diego Hotel, Suite & Tender offers brunch on Saturday from 8 – 2:30 pm. Bottomless Bellinis or Mimosas start at $14, and menu items include oyster shooters, breakfast pizzas, waffles, fruit trays and build-your-own Eggs Benedict.
House of Blues– Downtown
Praise the Lord and pass the biscuits! HOB’s Gospel Brunch features live gospel performances and a buffet of Cajun food good enough to make every sinner smile.
Hash House A Go Go– Hillcrest
Executive Chef and owner Craig "Andy" Beardslee’s mission is to keep the fun in food while incorporating farm-fresh agriculture, live stock and old-school recipes.
he MerK, Keating Hotel
The Keating Hotel’s new restaurant, MerK Bistro Italiano, is now offering brunch every weekend from 10– 4pm, featuring table-side build your own Bloody Mary bars and an Italian infused menu with all your favorite breakfast and lunch menu items.
For more details plus more San Diego brunch favorites go to DiscoverSD.com.