Brunch fitness - Page 2

A brief guide to New Year's late-morning-and-early-afternoon gluttony

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1155 Folsom, SF. (415) 703-0557.


Blessed/cursed with a worshipful crowd of customers (lines regularly extend out the door), Dottie's is the spot for affordable breakfast classics to ring in 2010. This year it'll be guaranteeing you prosperity with its traditional black-eyed pea cake, topped with sour cream and homemade pico de gallo and accompanied by eggs, a piece of grilled chile-cheddar cornbread, and home fries ($8.95). Now that'll set you on your feet after a season of champagne and eggnog.

522 Jones, SF. (415) 885-2767


Did you pass out before you had time to blow through all that cash in your wallet? If you're part of the financially stable set, you can head to Cole Valley's finest for its $39 prix fixe, which includes an appetizer, entrée, a half bottle of Charles de Fere champagne, a pitcher of your favorite juice, and espresso. Among your options are homemade cream cheese coffee cake, gingerbread pancakes with lemon curd and roasted Bosc pears, eggs monaco, and roasted white trout. That diet resolution can probably start tomorrow, right?

941 Cole, SF. (415) 564-5332.

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