How to Bay Area Brunch in 70 degree Weather:
1) Head towards San Francisco’s Savor restaurant. Stop by the Noe Valley Farmer’s Market on the way for veggies and fruits.
2) Snag a spot on the pretty and spacious patio. Enjoy the twinkling lights on the tree and wonder where all the kiddies got their balloons.
3) Travel around the Savory Crepe world.
With globe trotting names like Barcelona, Cyprus, Tuscany, and Kyoto and lots of delicious fillings you can’t go wrong. The Santa Fe crepe is my favorite as it comes with slices of chicken apple sausage, scrambled eggs, provolone cheese, scallions, and some chunky salsa fresca on top ($11.50).
Here you don’t have to decide between virtuous salad or carby potatoes as you get them both on one plate. The crispy-nearly-burnt potatoes were much preferred over the simple mixed greens drowning in dressing.
4) Try one of Savor’s Brunch Specialties.
The Brunch Wingman is a Corned Beef Hash addict / aficionado and he rated Savor’s El Paso dish a 8 out of 10 ($11.50). He liked that the shreds of Corned Beef were the real deal rather than a canned version and the eggs were perfectly poached. Mixed over chunks of bell peppers, onions, potatoes, and loads of cheddar cheese and you have brunch satisfaction.
5) Vow to return to try one (or two?) of their Sweet Crepes.
3913 24th St.
San Francisco, CA 94114
Another Bay Area Brunch favorite for al fresco brunching: Zazie