Breakfast & Brunch Delivery with UberEATS in San Francisco

November 13, 2017  /  United States  /  San Francisco  /  On the Menu

Picture a sun-kissed Sunday morning in the Bay Area surrounded by friends, strong coffee, and a full breakfast spread. As appealing as this may sound, the reality of brunch can be stressful. Who wants to wake up early on the weekend to wait in line for a cramped table, or spend hours over a hot stove? Thanks to UberEATS, you can have your pancake and eat it too. Order from some of the best brunch spots in San Francisco, and relax. On busy weekdays, it’s equally handy for delivering breakfasts right to your office. Here are just a few breakfast and brunch delivery options:

  1. Craftsman and Wolves There are ordinary patisseries and then there’s Craftsman and Wolves, a small local chain specializing in transcendent baked goods like Valrhona chocolate croissants and Matcha Snickerdoodles studded with candied ginger and white chocolate. The Rebel Within, a craggy, sunshine-hued scallion muffin flavored with Asiago and Parmesan cheese, speckled with sausage and stuffed with a single, runny-yolked egg, is all over the Instagram feeds of San Franciscans. (Multiple locations)
  1. Jane If one were to imagine the archetypal Golden City cafe, chances are it would look like Jane, a light-drenched space that seems like the kind of place Alice Waters might frequent. The extensive menu includes wholesome options for weekdays, such as homemade granola, dragon fruit smoothie bowls, and egg white sandwiches with avocado and a squiggle of Sriracha on house-baked bread. Meanwhile, the weekend brunch is a much more leisurely affair, with items like seared tenderloin steaks with two poached eggs and luscious sauce. (Multiple locations)
  1. Project Juice For those hoping to kick their morning off with almost a whole day’s worth of vitamins and antioxidants, the nutrient-dense cold-pressed elixirs at Project Juice may just hit the spot. The green juices sneak kale, spinach, and other veggies into your diet, while the bright citrusy offerings help stimulate the body’s metabolism with turmeric, ginger, and cayenne. Meanwhile, protein-packed nut “mylks” made with cashews or almonds help replenish the body after a morning gym session. (Multiple locations)
  1. Pork Store Cafe With half a dozen Benedicts and Cali-style breakfast specials ranging from the Santa Fe Scramble, with vegetarian chorizo and cheddar served with cornbread, to the Scalifornia, with feta, avocado, and a fresh tomato salsa, it’s no wonder that the Pork Store Cafe has such a devoted following. Both the restaurant’s original Haight Street location and the new spot on Valencia Street in the Mission District have a friendly neighborhood vibe that’s captured in the food they deliver. (Multiple locations)
  1. The Crepe House Though The Crepe House, a local favorite since 1996, offers all manner of breakfast standards, most San Franciscans know and love it for its namesake specialty. Unlike minimalist Parisian crepes, these sweet and savory masterpieces come stuffed with all sorts of inventive combinations. From salmon with sun-dried tomato pesto, spinach, tomatoes, artichokes, and provolone, to the Sweet Apple Pie, with Granny Smith compote accented with cinnamon, brown sugar, and crunchy granola, these are good enough to make you forget all about your usual ho-hum pancakes. (1132 Valencia St., San Francisco, CA 94110)
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