The Best Brunch Spots in San Diego, California
Morning Glory, located in the heart of Little Italy, is Great Gatsby meets decadent millennial, and I’m here for it.
Every little aesthetic details is thought of, from the champagne vending machine to the coffee served in glass goblets.
Cesarina completely lives up to the 5 stars and 500+ reviews they have on Yelp.
I recommend ordering the bruschettone avocado e prosciutto, Lemon ricotta – raspberry waffle, and Polenta uovo e tartufo.
Piacere Mio reminds me of a little Italian restaurant in the heart of Brooklyn with the exposed brick and hanging lights.
With most of the waiters being Italian, you’ll feel right in Italy while sipping cappuccino out of their Lavazza cups.
Madison on Park has a Mediterranean-inspired menu and totally aesthetic decor. Come for the ‘gram, but stay for the good food.
Brunch is only served on weekends and can get pretty packed. Make a reservation before visiting.
Fig Tree Cafe has been a staple in the Pacific Beach neighborhood for the past 10+ years – serving locals in their garden-like cottage restaurant.
I cannot recommend the french toast sampler enough! It includes their bananas foster, fig jam & ricotta, and berry sweet french toast options.
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