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Town's End Restaurant & Bakery
American Restaurant$$
Today 7:30 AM – 2:00 PM
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2 Townsend St San Francisco, CA 94107
2 Townsend StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94107
$$American RestaurantToday 7:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Thursday 7:30 AM – 2:00 PMFriday 7:30 AM – 2:00 PMSaturday 8:00 AM – 2:30 PMSunday 8:00 AM – 2:30 PMMonday 7:30 AM – 2:00 PMTuesday 7:30 AM – 2:00 PMWednesday 7:30 AM – 2:00 PM
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Lively American daytime eatery serving coffee, mini muffins, organic egg dishes & more.- Google
"The free muffin and scone basket was amazing."
"It came with potato pancakes that were pretty good."
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Thomas Redmond
5 months ago
Inviting, easy and enjoyable, breakfast served until 2:00. My friend had a pot pie and I had an omelet with lots of fresh spinach/veges. Service was "spot on". Perfect spot for casual business lunch with convenient street parking/MUNI. Great value
Barbara Wilson
5 months ago
Great view. Pretentious. Slow service. Overpriced. Tiny basket of mini muffins for our long wait, this was the only bread served for the meal. Hash browns turn out to be 2 little potato pancakes, not enough to soak up an egg. And the driest bacon ever. My companion had a pot pie that also wasn't good. There are lots of places with a good view on the Embarcadero. Skip this one.
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Shai Barack
3 months ago
Great brunch. They serve a nice basket with a sample of their pastries to get you started.
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William Zhang
2 years ago
Started off as a pleasant Saturday brunch. The waiter was friendly, got our orders quickly, and brought out a basket of complimentary scones. The scones were REALLY good. But then it just went downhill from there. The restaurant was barely half full. Yet it took almost 40 min for our food to come out. Really? 40 minutes for an egg scramble and some blueberry pancakes? Ridiculous. Our waiter stopped by only once during that time, to quickly assure us that our food would be right out. That was about halfway into our wait. The food itself was okay. The messy egg scramble was pretty mediocre. It came with potato pancakes that were pretty good. For the pancakes, I was glad to see the fruit was actually cooked into them rather than just scattered on top. But they were thick and dry and didn't taste that great. Do yourself a favor and walk a block to Delancey St Restaurant. Better service, better food, better prices.
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Job Plas
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We had breakfast there, food was really good, service incredibly friendly. Bit pricey, but I guess that's because of the prime location.
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Jeremie Le Hen
3 months ago
The food was good enough, I had an omelette with Cheddar and bacon, Swedish pancakes and a small fruit salad. On the other hand, the cappuccino wasn't good, I suspect a machine does it. The place is very very noisy and the service OK but rather slow.
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Lilian W
a year ago
A few enticing offerings, refreshing & clean decor, but, in general, just your run-of-the-mill breakfast place with food that's just okay. We were pleasantly surprised by a basket of scones and mini-muffins upon being seated at the counter. The Boy ordered a small coffee, the cobb scrambled with potato pancakes, and I had an omelet with tomatoes, spinach, and mushrooms, choosing the white cheddar cheese, a side of fruit, and substituting the apple sausage for the turkey option. Surprisingly, the coffee was better than your usual diner coffee and other chain options such as Le Boulanger and Panera's self-serve. The potato pancakes were more like hash browns - I couldn't find the "pancake" in the equation. The omelet was decent, but the eggs were somewhat flavorless and the ingredients were not well integrated. Brownie points for fruit that tasted sweet and fresh. The highlight of the meal would have to be the innovative twist on the breadbasket. Toward the end of the meal, I noticed that the chefs behind the counter were all using their bare hands to handle every ingredient, grabbing the potato pancakes and handfuls of sliced bananas. That made me feel slightly uneasy.
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Benjamin Strocel
2 years ago
The Zagat guide indicated that "there would always be a wait," and while we only waited 10 minutes for a table for 2, every second was worth it. Great place to stop by if you're at all a fan of the Giants, as the place is littered in baseball memorabilia. The fresh juice and well-cooked omelettes definitely make it worth a trip.