Duck confit, toulouse and garlic sausage, and white beans. Three course dinner prix fixe $35
Cafe Bastille, San Francisco CA
I love cassoulets because they’re so hearty and delicious. And with both duck confit and sausage, you really can’t go wrong. This duck was nice but I actually liked the sausage even more. Noms!
Le Parisien: raspberry coulis, passion flavored cognac, champagne. $11
Gold Rush: Four Rose’s bourbon, honey syrup, lemon. $10
Perry’s, San Francisco CA
This place is an interesting mix of locals and tourists. The bartenders are all pretty nice and professional which is what really counts! I’m really liking the combination of bourbon and lemon lately.
Gloria Ferrer Brut sparkling wine. $10
Two eggs over-easy with sizzling fresh bacon, Yukon Gold hashbrowns and toast. $7.59
Wingmasters Sports Bar, Seattle WA
This basic breakfast is hearty enough and at a reasonable price. The servers here are really great and the atmosphere is upbeat and friendly. It’s a wonderful spot to grab a beer and wings to watch sports tv in Ballard.
Wheat toast and strawberry jam.
Mimosa. Gotta start the day off right! 🙂
Ukiah 75: Germain-Robin brandy, honey, lemon, Gloria Ferrer sparkling wine. $10
Haiku II: Hibiki whiskey, amaro Montenegro, fresh squeezed lemon juice. $11
Nopa, San Francisco CA
These cocktails were delicious and a wonderful way to begin our lovely brunch at Nopa. This place is POPULAR so be prepared to wait if you don’t have a reservation. We came early to get on the list, and luckily I think someone cancelled so we got seated at the end of the first seating. The bad part was that by that point, the kitchen was slammed with all the orders so it took a long time to actually get food. Thank goodness for cocktails!
Rodin’s The Thinker cast, California Palace of the Legion of Honor.
With grapefruit juice. $8.50
With orange juice. $8
Plow, San Francisco CA
Yummy mimosas lead to a happy me! I’m kinda annoyed that they charge fifty cents extra for the grapefuit juice though especially since it isn’t listed on their menu.
No Cell Phone sign at the Plow counter. Oops, I still used my to snap food pics! 😉
Kenwood sparkling wine, fresh squeezed orange juice. $8
Hilltop 1892, Novato CA
The views from this restaurant are pretty nice! It’s a great place to have a relaxing weekend brunch. The service seems pretty friendly, but the food needed a little improvement.
Orange cactus flower (Rebutia sp., Cactaceae), Kentfield.
Cypress: California sparkling wine and fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice. $8
Mimosa: California sparkling wine and fresh-squeezed orange juice. $8
Liberty Cafe, San Francisco CA
I was appalled by the horrible customer service at Liberty Cafe. They super slow and snarky, as if the patrons were doing them a favor by eating at their establishment. Please! I will definitely not be returning to this lame restaurant!
Tito’s tequila, lemon, elderflower, champagne. $10
Hi Tops, San Francisco CA
Meh, I’m kinda tired of the specialty cocktails at Hi Tops. The ingredients usually sound great, but somehow the actual cocktails are usually a letdown. This cocktail was too tart and had no body, ugh!
Bike rack sidewalk stencil, The Mission.
Pomegranate and lavendar-lemon. Each $8.75
Cafe Chloe, San Diego CA
This was a very cute brunch location with great service and awesome food. These mimosas were tasty and well balanced. It was nice to sit outside and enjoy the warm morning.
Cafe Chloe sign.
Red Cymbidium orchid flowers (Orchidaceae), Balboa Park Botanical Building.
Standard bloody mary. $7
Circa 59, Palm Springs CA
I’ve already expressed my extreme disappointment of this restaurant so I don’t have to say too much more. This restaurant sadly relies heavily on the posh hotel and hip clientele and has placed little to no importance on the actual food or service.
Notice the empty water glasses at the table during this hot, sunny day. We were stranded at our table without a server in sight. After sweating for a while, we were finally able to flag down a manager to get us some water.
Sequin artwork, Riviera Resort.
Mimosas for brunch – a necessary standard for me, hehe! $9
Universal Cafe, San Francisco CA
I thought this pic of 2 black cats in my neighborhood was appropriate for today’s Halloween post. 🙂
Sparkling wine, clementine vodka, blood orange juice. $8
Jake’s, Palm Springs CA
It’s the weekend! And what a great way to ring it with a delicious mimosa. Have fun and be safe everyone.
The misters are going strong at Jake’s! It feels SO good on a warm, sunny morning.