Never can have too many food pics in this day and age.
OK, well, you can but… Sorry! I can’t help it. 🙂
Here’s what I had for brunch in San Francisco last Saturday with my little brother. I hadn’t seen him in a couple months, so I drove out to his neighborhood in SF to meet him at a place called Serpentine.
One of the reasons I picked the place was because they take brunch reservations, and a lot of places in SF don’t, and you have to wait.
But rezzies make it so much easier! My tummy and I have little to no patience for waiting in the morning…
Parking is also easy in that area. The restaurant is located in the Dogpatch neighborhood of Portrero Hill, and there’s plenty of street parking around the restaurant. It’s pretty flat, so you don’t have to haul your cookies up any steep hills or do any tricky parking.
Hey, these are the kinds of things you have to think about when you go to brunch in SF, and I don’t need any drama with my coffee and pancakes, thank you very much.
Speaking of pancakes, the buckwheat pancakes at this place are DIVINE. Like your eyes rolling to the back of your head — that’s how delicious.
Actually, I couldn’t decide between the pancakes and the huevos rancheros…so I ordered both. 🙂 LOL!
Yes, I am the girl who places two orders at brunch. Really, stuff like this is the only reason I run. I don’t like having to choose between savory and sweet. I want both.
My brother and El Hub, unlike me, chose to show some restraint. My bro ordered the chicken fried steak with cornbread…
…and El Hub got the eggs/meat/potato combo.
All three of us were very happy with our meals. Great service, too.
You know the deal. If you’re ever out that way in the city, I highly recommend Serpentine in SF.
Oh, and if you want to go for Sunday brunch, though, better make a reservation sooner than later. The place isn’t very big inside, and it fills up quickly. Maybe book ahead a few weeks or a month.