Unique Sunday Brunch in San Diego

December 22, 2017
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One of the best things about San Diego is that it is a city that keeps on giving. From unknown eateries to gorgeous vistas, San Diego hidden spots are always just an adventure away. If your idea of an adventure is relaxing with friends for brunch, check out these tasty spots where you can enjoy a unique Sunday brunch in SD.


Did you know that you can have brunch at the zoo? Every Saturday and Sunday stop by Alberts for weekend brunch at the San Diego Zoo. Stop by Alberts for some bottomless mimosas or a Bloody Mary. Pair your drinks with some french toast or a vegetable scramble among other choices and start your weekend off right before heading into the zoo to see some animals. Alberts opens for brunch at 10 am. While reservations are not required they are encouraged. Call 619-685-3200 or visit the website for reservations.


The Liberty Public Market is filled with craft vendors, hip eateries, specialty foods, and bars. Within the Public Market, you’ll find the Mess Hall featuring lots of places to sit as well as a full-service bar featuring a comfortable atmosphere. At the Mess Hall Bar, enjoy signature cocktails like their bloody mary, perfect for any brunch. Stop at any of the delicious eateries for brunch and enjoy your food at the Mess Hall filled with community tables and bars. The Mess Hall Bar is open Monday – Thursdays 11am-9pm, Fridays, 11am-10pm, Saturdays 9am-10pm, and Sundays 9am-9pm.


With a few locations throughout San Diego including Pacific Beach and Hillcrest, Fig Tree Cafe is an excellent location to go for your brunch needs. Try the California eggs benedict served with smoked turkey and avocado or go for the popular bananas foster french toast if you’re looking for something sweet! Enjoy the warm and inviting space at all the locations. The Hillcrest and Pacific Beach locations start serving breakfast at 8 am. Enjoy your brunch today!