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Weekend brunch is one of the great pleasures of San Francisco, and the same holds true at Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco. If you don’t want to battle crowds waiting in line at neighborhood joints, you’ll find an easy and delicious option at the fifth-floor Seasons restaurant. Served on weekends from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., the Five-Star hotel’s brunch leans slightly more toward lunch than breakfast.
Savory options from the ever-changing menu might include duck confit hash or a grilled sirloin burger. Sweet choices include a fruit plate with housemade banana bread and brioche French toast with fresh berries. You’ll also find some breakfast dishes with a twist, like the shrimp and grits, made with jumbo prawns, smoked cheddar, bacon and a slow-poached farm fresh egg, or the croque monsieur made with a fried egg, applewood-smoked ham, aged Gruyère, sliced country bread and Dijon mustard. If you’re especially hungry, opt for two or three courses plus bottomless Bloody Marys for a prix fixe.
Early risers who want a bigger selection of pancakes, waffles, eggs and pastries can head to breakfast starting at 6:30 a.m. — it’s available both at Seasons restaurant or can be delivered straight to your room for breakfast in bed.