5 New Brunches To Totally Devour In July

5 New Brunches To Totally Devour In July

Photo courtesy of Rooh

Photo courtesy of Rooh

Rooh

Being a consistent recommendation from our friends and editors alike, Rooh in SoMa has taken the cake for Indian-inspired brunches; It goes without saying, we were psyched when Rooh started serving Sunday brunch. But how does one eat an Indian brunch? How does: a Masala Omelette with tomato, onion, chili, cilantro, and buttered pao or a Goan Chorizo Scotch Egg sound? Not getting into a classic bloody mary or mimosa? Then a selection of tempting mocktails is right up your alley. // 333 Brannan St #150, SoMa, roohsf.com

Photo via Basics And Gold

Photo via Basics And Gold

Corridor

A bottomless mimosa that stays bottomless, Corridor doesn't let up on hearty meals or intoxicating beverages. Of course, on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon you would want to explore and adventure after a good meal. But after post Monkey Bread (this pull-apart bread with cheddar cheese and chive oil is available at lunch and dinner, but it’s one of those things you order any time you can), Butter Fried Pancake, Corridor Slam (buttermilk biscuit, mushroom gravy, fried eggs, bacon), and, of course, the Neapolitan-Style Doughnut... A food coma is inevitable. // 100 Van Ness Ave, Civic Center, corridorsf.co

Photo via a Mano

Photo via a Mano

a Mano

With a brunch menu coming very soon to the Hayes Valley resident, this recent open has been gaining a lot of buzz over their insatiable love for pasta. In case you didn't know: A Mano means “by hand” in Italian and refers to the way in which the kitchen and the bar approach the creation of each and every dish and cocktail. At the most basic level, A Mano is an Italian restaurant with an emphasis on pasta. Pasta–an inherently straightforward and inexpensive dish (the ingredients are simply flour and water) — a dish you'll soon to love is their roasted asparagus, fonduta, prosciutto mixed all together with their famed pasta. // 450 Hayes St, Hayes Valley, amanosf.com

Photo via Sarah Craves

Photo via Sarah Craves

Alta CA

The Dogpatch has a lot to offer now that cool restaurants and bars are setting their sites for the almost unknown neighborhood. Enter: Alta CA, American fare, accented by flavors from Eastern European cuisines and the Bay Area’s abundant produce. With a dramatic central bar, Alta CA blurs the lines between bar and restaurant, serving great food and drinks in a vibrant, casual atmosphere. Day or night, guests gather for a casual bite, a full meal, post-theater desserts or craft cocktails. // 1275 Minnesota St (24th St), Dogpatch, altaca.co

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Mixt

If an eggy type of morning isn't your thought of a brunch, brunch—move yourself into the greens area with Mixt and their bountiful assortment of salads. At Mixt, summer is an all-year around assortment. It means being outside, diving into nearby water, and enjoying the season’s most delectable produce like grilled sweet corn, heirloom tomatoes, and juicy peaches. If you haven't sank your teeth into their Maui bowl, then you should wipe the salvia from your upper lip and go now! // 51 Yerba Buena Ln, SoMa, mixt.com


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