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Brunch in the Bayview

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Looking for an urban adventure? Why not take a spin off the beaten track. Here are three great options for brunch in San Francisco's Bayview-Hunter's Point district... afterwards you can visit the Queseda Gardens!

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CDXX
5800 3rd Street
415-652-5450

Organic Coffee ~ Seasonal Menus~ Local and Delicious!
CDXX is the culmination of 15 years worth of hopes, dreams, and the love of fine food. We look forward to serving San Francisco and it's visitors our organic coffee, globally influenced California cuisine, hand crafted sodas, and micro brewed beer and wine from local producers!

Below are just a few of the many menu options for Breakfast/Brunch. Be sure to “like” their FB page to keep up with Brunch Specials like Chicken Fried Steak (grass fed of course!) with sausage gravy, Texas toast, and poached eggs, or Shaking Beef Garlic Noodles, one of our specials for Brunch today! Great with a Bottomless Mimosa( see photos)... Open at 9am!

Salted Caramel Apple Turnovers $1.5

Cinnamon Sugar Cronut $2

Garlic Confit, Thyme, Gorgonzola, Walnut Focaccia $2.5

Breakfast: (served until 11:00)

Breakfast Burrito
Bacon, Spicy Potatoes, Cheddar Cheese, Sauteed Onions, Fire Roasted Salsa, Scrambled Eggs.
$6

Greek Yogurt Blueberry Pancakes
with Real Maple Syrup and Fresh Fruit
$6

Honey Almond Granola
with Greek Yogurt, Fresh Fruit, and Wildflower Honey
$6

Side of Bacon: $3
Scrambled Egg: $2
Side of Potatoes: $2.5
Side of Fruit: $2.5

Auntie April's
4618 3rd Street

Expect to see 'super-friendly" local girl Auntie April herself cooking authentic down-home soul food at this "charming" "treasure" in Bayview… favorites like Chicken and Waffles, Fish and Grits (see photos), one reviewers assessment:

Chicken and waffles - crispy and moist
Hot coffee - freshly brewed
Rice - NOT Minute Rice, thank you!
Toast - crispy and buttery
Grits - perfect texture
GRAVY - delicious!! Get something with it!

$25 for two for freshly cooked food and great service is a pretty good deal in SF if you ask me.

The Old Clam House
299 Bayshore Blvd
(415) 826-4880

Uniquely San Francisco, The Old Clam House is the City’s oldest restaurant serving quality seafood and spirits in the same location since 1861. It has survived many city transformations, including the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906. First named The Oakdale Bar & Clam House, the restaurant at one time was connected to downtown San Francisco by an estimated two miles of plank road. It quickly became a gathering place for the waterfront workers and neighbors settling in the area, during an era when the Bay Area contained a thriving fishing industry. In 1906, the Great Earthquake and Fire swept toward the Mission District from South Beach, but was contained at 20th Street, sparing The Old Clam House.

Although the area surrounding The Old Clam House has changed over time, the restaurant remains in its original location. Today, the bar area consists of the original structure making it San Francisco’s oldest restaurant in the same location since 1861. Local ingredients like Humboldt Fog goat cheese and Pt. Reyes bleu cheese show up on the menu:

Brunch served Saturday & Sunday 11-3 $9.95

Classic Eggs 3 EGGS the way you like them with bacon

BACON BENEDICT

CRAB BENEDICT (add 7.95)

Omelets 3-EGG OMELETS

• with cheddar cheese & green onions

• humboldt fog goat cheese & bacon

• pt. reyes bleu cheese & green onions

• bacon & tomato

• clams escargot & cheddar

• dungeness crab, avocado & green onions (add 7.95)

Sweets

PANCAKES with bacon

HOT BUTTERED RUM PANCAKES

PANCAKES (plain 6.95)

Sides EGG ............................................................................................ 1.50

BACON ..................................................................................... 3.95

CRAB ......................................................................................... 7.95

TOAST ..................................................................................... 2.95

HOUSE POTATOES............................................................. 5.95

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