Chicken and waffles are everything.
In Sunday's Chron we have a roundup piece honoring a few below-the-radar places around the Bay where they serve breakfast all day long. Among the restaurants highlighted: Breakfast at Tiffany's in Pertola, Mama's Royal Café in Oakland, and the 84-year-old...
The sustainable eating of the good old days.
Plus: a Landmark Feast at the Museum of Natural History, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
"After promising for months and months, we finally got up early," says chef-owner Jody Williams.
See the full breakfast menu, offered weekdays 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Civic Center/Tenderloin: Show Dogs unveils their breakfast menu on Monday morning, featuring the Sunrise ShowDog with maple bacon sausage, egg, piperade, organic cheddar, and arugula served with celery root (!) hash browns ($7.95). [Grub Street] Also, there's an update about...
Deep fried nutrition is always good for a laugh.
The morning dishes are a little pricier than usual, but carefully sourced with NorCal-imported product.
Kendall's Brasserie brings an early French breakfast to option-limited Bunker Hill.
A new breakfast and lunch spot opens from the husband-and-wife team behind Ruby Wine, who met when they both worked at Oliveto.
The breakfast-and-lunch-only spot from the team behind Ruby Wine opens in two weeks at 18th and Texas.
The new restaurant at Bush and Mason is serving fresh pastries starting at 8 a.m. Wednesday through Sunday.
The menu includes baked goods, hot granola, and — of course — frozen-yogurt parfaits.
Longtime Little Chitaly residents open a place in the neighborhood, for the neighborhood.
Mice, Rats and Insects Plague Carrabba’s in Bensalem; Breakfast Accounts for 60 Percent of Restaurant Industry's Growth
Plus Chestnut Hill baker keeps busy with groom's cakes, and vineyards of New York's Finger Lakes produce excellent Rieslings, all in our morning news roundup.
Get some sausage rolls, smoothies, and beer with your early-morning soccer viewing.