Egg sandwich – Mission Beach Cafe

Egg sandwich - Mission Beach Cafe
Roasted tomato, caramelized onion, aged cheddar, garlic aioli and arugula on toasted English muffin, yukon gold potatoes. $9
Mission Beach Cafe, San Francisco CA

This sandwich may look small and normal, but the ingredients were super rich that it made the sandwich filling enough for one person. Because I had also ordered a side of biscuits and gravy, I couldn’t finish the sandwich by myself. The melted aged cheddar over the roasted tomato and caramelized onions was particularly delicious.

San Francisco themed mural, 21st Street, The Mission
San Francisco themed mural, 21st Street, The Mission. This colorful mural depicts many things and people found in The City.

Biscuits and gravy – Mission Beach Cafe

Biscuits and gravy - Mission Beach Cafe
I couldn’t resist getting a side of savory biscuits drenched in a creamy, mushroom gravy. This was SO yummy and filling. Ugh, I’m such a piggy! $5
Mission Beach Cafe, San Francisco CA

Coit Tower from Lombard Street
View of Coit Tower from Lombard Street. Lordy, I sure love my city!

Dungeness crab and bay shrimp benedict – Mission Beach Cafe

Dungeness crab and bay shrimp benedict - Mission Beach Cafe
Two poached eyes, guacamole and citrus hollandaise on toasted English muffins, yukon gold potatoes. $15
Mission Beach Cafe, San Francisco CA

I’d say the best parts of this dish were the citrus hollandaise and potatoes. Sadly, the small pieces of seafood got lost in the guacamole, hollandaise and runny egg yolk.

Crazy eyed lion statue, Noe Street

Crazy eyed lion statue, Noe Street. This is a pretty popular lion statue found in front of many homes in San Francisco, but this house added funny eyeballs to theirs, hehe.

Mimosas – Mission Beach Cafe

Mimosas - Mission Beach Cafe

Orange-pomegranate (above) and pomegranate-grapefruit (below). Huge $12 each
Mission Beach Cafe, San Francisco CA

Mmm, these things were definitely huge and gave me quite the buzz after brunch was over. Gotta love Sunday Fundays!

16th Street Bart Station, The Mission
16th Street Bart Station, The Mission. I love the colorful Hispanic style decorations on the fences along the station.