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Thursday, March 6, 2014

Move Beyond Chilaquiles and Huevos Rancheros With Three New Mexican Brunches

Posted By on Thu, Mar 6, 2014 at 11:35 AM


First up: Padrecito, the Cole Valley spot from the folks behind Mamacita, just announced its brunch menu. Eater SF has the goods on what looks like a delicious list of breakfast items: sopes with braised beef and slow-cooked egg, polenta-plantain pancakes, and breakfast tacos and quesadillas, along with Bloody Marys and sangria.

There's now a brunch menu at Sabrosa, the new place to go and observe morning-after Marinaites in their native environment. The menu's got some interesting-sounding dishes: pork confit torta, caldo xochitl soup, potato and cheese enchiladas, and, yes, two types of chilaquiles. Plus afterwards you can walk down to the water and be renewed by a money shot of the Golden Gate Bridge, because honestly, how often are you in the Marina?

We've spent more than one morning recovering from the night before with The Little Chihuahua's chilaquiles, but Zagat brings word that the Divisadero location is expanding its brunch menu. So expect items like a chile relleno stuffed with scrambled eggs and potatoes or French toasted flour tortillas with plantains and applewood bacon. There are also carafes of mimosas if that's your thing (and it should be).

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Anna Roth is SF Weekly's Food & Drink Editor and author of West Coast Road Eats: The Best Road Food From San Diego to the Canadian Border.


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