If you've got breakfast or brunch on the brain, you're in luck: We've found the freshest San Francisco eateries to quell your cravings. Here are the newest places to check out the next time you're in the mood for breakfast and brunch fare.
Yokozuna Ramen Tavern
1968 Lombard St., Marina
Japanese and American soul food fusion concept Yokozuna Ramen Tavern has landed in the Marina, serving up a menu focused on both ramen and Southern-style fried chicken.
The new spot offers chicken and buttermilk waffles topped with optional bacon and egg, as well as other fried chicken favorites, like chicken sandwiches with chili honey and baskets of tenders. On the Japanese side of the menu, guests will find three types of ramen — barbecue shoyu, tonkotsu and spicy tonkotsu — and sides such as pork buns and Japanese-style wings.
Yelp users are excited about Yokozuna Ramen Tavern, which currently holds four stars out of three reviews on the site.
Katy C., who reviewed the new spot on Jan. 16, wrote, "It's interesting they serve ramen and chicken and waffles under one roof. The tonkotsu ramen is excellent."
Yokozuna Ramen Tavern is now open, so swing on by to check it out.
Yummy Home Plate
177 Townsend St., SoMa
Yummy Home Plate is a daytime spot offering breakfast, sandwiches, salads and more. Stop in for acai bowls, egg sandwiches, breakfast wraps, French toast and Illy brand coffee. Other offerings include hot and cold deli sandwiches, pasta dishes, falafel platters and desserts.
Yummy Home Plate currently holds five stars out of three reviews on Yelp, indicating excellent reviews.
Yelper Ian G., who reviewed the eatery on Jan. 3, wrote, "Yummy Home Plate is very new, run by super-friendly people and serving up great food at reasonable prices."
Jenna F. added, "Just tried this new restaurant, and the quality of the food is exceptional. The prices are very reasonable and service is great. Will definitely become a regular."
417 Stockton St., Floor 2, Union Square
The "loft-style all-day restaurant," as it bills itself, offers a daily breakfast bar from 7–9 a.m. ($15 per person), featuring assorted pastries, cereal and yogurt. Available for an extra charge is a selection of smoothies and coffee and tea drinks.
From noon–10 p.m., Fisher Loft switches over to its "all-day" menu, which includes salads, sandwiches and burgers, as well as a list of cocktails, beer and wine. The space also hosts events like open-mic nights.
Fisher Loft is off to a strong start with five stars out of three reviews on Yelp.
Yelper Tyler J., who reviewed it on Jan. 8, wrote, "Definitely a spot we'll come back to. Recommended if you're looking for a break from the hustle of Union Square and/or the overload of hipster bars."
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