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.
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.
URBAN SOLACE: The North Park eatery is popular for its weekend Bluegrass Brunch -- complete with southern tunes to soothe the soul.
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.
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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