Brunch

Michael Bauer, Not a Fan of Brunch, Reviews the Best Brunches

The duck confit hash going into the fire at Cotogna.
The duck confit hash going into the fire at Cotogna. Photo: John Storey/Chron

Speaking of brunch, and Camino, Mr. Bauer devoted his Sunday review to a roundup of his five favorite brunches around the Bay, with the caveat that he rarely ever goes out to brunch except if he’s on vacation — can you blame him, really, with his dining schedule? Recently he found some delight in early-day eats at Boulette’s Larder, where he especially like the Sardinian poached eggs; Camino, where he loves the baked eggs and the “hard to resist” BLT; Cotogna, where he informs us Michael Tusk himself is often cooking on Saturday mornings; Nopa, where there’s always a wait, but where Bauer loves the butter-basted eggs with bread salad; and SPQR, where he loves the pomodoro salad, and the poached farm eggs. [Chron]

Michael Bauer, Not a Fan of Brunch, Reviews the Best Brunches