New Years Day Dining In San Francisco

New Years Day Dining In San Francisco

Bluestem Brasserie – After a night of celebrations, relax with a comfort-food brunch at Bluestem. Enjoy the Chicken & Bacon Waffles: Mary’s fried chicken, a bacon waffle, and whipped maple cream cheese; the Bluestem Brunch Burger: house ground grass fed beef, hash browns,breakfast sausage, bacon, housemade American cheese, a fried egg, bread & butter pickles, avocado, and spicy ketchup; or the Cinnamon French Toast with hazelnut crème Chantilly and seasonal fruit. Pair with a classic Bloody Mary or one of our signature brunch cocktails, like the Rude Awakening with jalapeno, cucumber, lime juice, agave, and tequila or cure that hangover with Hair of the Dog featuring scotch,honey, and cream. A hearty breakfast is always the solution to a pesky hangover. One Yerba Buena Lane, San Francisco | All Day Brunch: 10am-3pm.

Luce  – Kick off 2016 with a lunch buffet at Luce! Chef Corey invites you to dine at your leisure with a selection of dishes including omelette station as well as a complimentary glass of sparkling wine. The buffet is available from 11:am –2:30pm. Adults are $85 per person and children ages 4 – 12 are $45.

Thanksgiving Dining

Presidio Social Club – Presidio Social Club will be open for brunch service on New Year’s Day for an extra hour from 10 am – 4 pm. Sleep in, and come in for comfort food like Brown Sugar Cinnamon Rolls, Challah French Toast, and Brioche Beignets. Our full brunch menu will be available, including savory favorites like the PSC Meatloaf,Mission-style Chilaquiles, and Pork Belly Cheese Toast. And of course, bubbles, boozy hot chocolate, and spritzers—if you’re feeling up to it, that is! Call 415-885-1888 or make a reservation through OpenTable.

Father's Day Dining in San Francisco

Precita Park Café – Cure that hangover with a hearty brunch at Precita Park Café, the Bernal Heights neighborhood gem. Enjoy takes on southern comfort food like Chicken & Waffleswith honey butter and bicycle hot sauce; Biscuits & Sausage Gravy; or Stuffed Buttermilk Pancakes with apples, mascarpone, and orange-cinnamon whipped cream. The Precita Poutine with Kennebec potatoes, braised beef, cheese sauce, Applewood bacon, and a fried egg is everything you need to kickstart your day. For a light, slightly sophisticated affair, choose the Smoked Mozzarella Frittata with arugula,tomato Jam, and a mixed green salad or the Eggs Benedict with house-cured trout,spinach, and a grilled fennel hollandaise. Grab a bottle of prosecco and OJ ($20) for the table and start start your year on the right foot. 500 Precita Avenue, San Francisco | Brunch All Day: 9am – 5pm.

Mother's Day Dining In San Francisco

Sam’s Grill & Seafood Restaurant – Start the New Year with a blast from the past. Grab lunch at Sam’s Grill & Seafood Restaurant and enjoy classic seafood favorites like Sam’s Cioppino, Sauteed Day Boat Scallops, and Steamed Clams in an old-fashioned atmosphere. For more casual fare, dine outside under the heat lamps at Sam’s Seafood Alley. Cure that hangover with lobster rolls, seafood salad, and warm clam chowder in a bread bowl. Round out your experience by sipping on one of Sam’s famous Manhattans. 374 Bust Street, San Francisco.

Spa Vitale – Looking to quietly recuperate after partying through the night? Make an appointment at Spa Vitale, located in the Hotel Vitale.  The rooftop garden views of San Francisco Bay are the perfect complement to a relaxing suite of services they provide to ease your body, mind and spirit.

The Keystone –  Celebrate the New Year with a new brunch at The Keystone featuring a full menu created by Executive Chef Banks White. On January 1st, The Keystone will launch their new brunch, which they will serve all day for one day only. Brunch will be served Saturday and Sunday from 10am-2pm thereafter. Menu highlights include Southern Fried Chicken Benedict with curry coconut waf‑es, tasso ham bernaise, andpoached eggs; Shortrib & Potato Hash with caramelized vidalia onions, poached eggs, and hollandaise; and Biscuits and Gravy with two fried eggs, sausage and sage gravy, and buttermilk biscuits. Pair your hearty, southern-inspired dishes with Bottomless Mimosas ($25) or a signature cocktail, like Oprah’s Favorite Thing with Ketel orange,chai spice, aloo vodka, and lemon for a delicious hangover cure in a comforting, social space. 68 4th Street, San Francisco. Brunch ALL DAY 10am – Midnight. 

New Years Day Dining

New Year’s Day Brunch at Top of the Mark – Start off the New Year in style with a special brunch at Top of the Mark. From10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Chef Nenad Stefanovic will be serving up elevated brunch classics sure to delight the senses. Enjoy a variety of brunch items from an omelet and waffle station, small plates and antipastos featuring Lobster Medallions with spiced mango-ginger gazpacho, assorted maki sushi rolls, local and international cheeses, Charcuterie with homemade pates, and a selection of salads. Chef Stefanovic will prepare mouthwatering entrees and roasts includingBraised Beef Short Rib with root vegetables and natural jis and Stuffed free range chicken breast with pine nuts, spinach, goat cheese and red wine chicken jus.Pianist Michael Athens will provide the tunes for New Year’s Day guests. Top of the Mark’s New Year’s Day brunch is $109 per adult and $59 per child (ages 4 – 12). Reservations are required. Please call 415-616-6941.

Holiday Tea at San Francisco's Top Of The Mark Intercontinental Hotel

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