Breakfast Hot Spots

Need a place to catch a morning meal? San Diego's breakfast joints are plentiful -- we've compiled a list of some of the yummiest spots.

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SNOOZE: Hillcrest's new exclusively breakfast spot didn't stay a secret for long. The Colorado-based chain landed in San Diego to glowing reviews, hence the long lines. Tip? Check it out on a weekday.
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CRAFT&COMMERCE: The super-hip bar complete with Orson Wells theme has transformed into an all-day eatery, with fancy cocktails galore. C&C now serves brunch on weekends, much to the delight of Little Italy residents.
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THE COTTAGE: La Jolla's breakfast gem comes in the form of The Cottage, which provides tasty blueberry cake for waiting customers. The French toast is the stuff of legend, as are the desserts.
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URBAN SOLACE: The North Park eatery is popular for its weekend Bluegrass Brunch -- complete with southern tunes to soothe the soul.
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CAFE 21:This Mediterranean cafe was so popular, the owner had to open a second location. For those looking for a funky breakfast twist, there is a restaurant in Normal Heights and downtown.
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RICHARD WALKER'S PANCAKE HOUSE:Craving a great pancake? The pancake house boasts massive pancakes and great service, with original creations unique to the downtown hotspot.
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Brockton Villa: If the mission is to make any out-of-towners feel jealous of your sweet home in San Diego, Brockton Villa is the place to take them. With views of La Jolla Shores, and a reasonable priced menu, it's a great place to take family.
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Urban Coalfired Pizza Pizza for breakfast? Why not! The uber-trendy pizza place in North Park serves two different egg pizzas. Good news, the pies are only $10 between noon and 4 p.m.
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