Bring on the Benedicts: 5 top spots in San Francisco for your Easter breakfast or brunch

With Easter this weekend and Mother's Day just around the corner, it's the most brunch-happy time of the year. Here are the best spots in San Francisco to check out the next time you're planning a leisurely breakfast or brunch with friends or family.

1. Boogaloos

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Topping the list is Boogaloos. Located at 3296 22nd St. (between Bartlett and Valencia streets) in the Mission, this casual eatery offers both American and Latin American-inspired brunch classics, boasting four stars out of 1,060 reviews on Yelp.

Platters come with a choice of sourdough bread or tortillas, and the eatery's plantain cakes and home fries are popular with Yelpers. Its champagne cocktails aren't limited to mimosas: you can also get a Cyprus, with grapefruit juice, or a Poinsettia, with cranberry. Take a gander at the full menu here.

2. Brenda's French Soul Food

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Next up is the Tenderloin's Brenda's French Soul Food, situated at 652 Polk St. (between Turk and Eddy streets). With four stars out of a whopping 10,382 reviews on Yelp, the Louisiana-inspired spot has proven to be a local favorite for its popular fried chicken eggs Benedict, beignets and gumbo.

3. L's Caffe

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The Mission's L's Caffe, located at 2871 24th St. (between Florida and Bryant streets), is another top choice for its bagels, breakfast sandwiches and sweets like the Belgian waffle, topped with whipped cream and fresh fruit. Yelpers give the breakfast and brunch-only cafe 4.5 stars out of 216 reviews.

4. Hollywood Cafe

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The venerable Hollywood Cafe (est. 1989), a breakfast and brunch-only eatery in North Beach, is another much-loved go-to, with 4.5 stars out of 1,965 Yelp reviews.

Some of its most popular plates include the Audrey Hepburn (with pancakes and fresh fruit) and the Gregory Peck (sunny-side-up eggs and ground sirloin steak). Check out the full menu here, or just head over to 530 N. Point St. to see for yourself.

5. Foreign Cinema

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Last but not least, there's Foreign Cinema, a Mission District favorite with four stars out of 4,639 reviews. Stop by 2534 Mission St. (between 21st and 22nd streets) to hit up the indoor-outdoor eatery the next time you're in the mood for baguette French toast, a croque-madame, or caramel-pecan sticky buns. You can explore the full brunch menu here.

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