Favorite Bay Area spots on YELP

BAY AREA (KRON) —  Brunch is a popular way to get the weekend started with friends and family.

YELP community manager, Candice Gatlin is here with some of YELPER’S favorite Bay Area brunch spots.

Johnston’s Salt Box, a family owned restaurant featuring a from-scratch kitchen and boutique wine list. They serve brunch on Saturday’s and Sunday’s only from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

They grow their own veggies and herbs on their rooftop garden and their interior is airy and open.

San Francisco’s Serpentine restaurant is one of the few places where you can make a reservation.

Popular menu items include Red Flannel hash, House Frittata and Bread pudding. There’s typically no line so you don’t feel stressed when trying to enjoy a perfect brunch with family or friends.

In the North Bay we have a restaurant called Harvest Table located inside the Inn. They have vineyards so you’re going to have a great experience and one thing YELP started doing was offering a free cocktail with brunch when you check in.

Popular dished include house made Sticky Buns, Roasted Shrimp and Grits, grilled Flat Iron Steak on French Toast, and for dessert a Chocolate Peanut Butter Mousse.

Now for the East Bay we have a restuarant called Southie. Their popular item is called Balls sandwich which is a meatball sandwich with provolone cheese.

You have to check out their special Sunday brunch menu. From the rich custom blend Cole coffee made especially for customers, to the Artisan breads baked daily at La Farine. Popular menu items include the Southie Breakfast Burrito, Poached Egg and Bacon Salad, and the Pastrami Hash.

For more delicious restaurants and more be sure to check out yelp website

 

 

 

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