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50 Clement St San Francisco, CA 94118
50 Clement StUSCASan Francisco94118
(415) 751-8000
$American Restaurant, Breakfast RestaurantToday 8:00 am – 2:30 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 2:30 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 2:30 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 2:30 pmThursday 8:00 am – 2:30 pmFriday 8:00 am – 2:30 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 2:30 pmSunday 8:00 am – 2:30 pm
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Cozy American cafe serving hearty classics for breakfast, lunch & weekend brunch with mimosas.- Google
People talk about chicken and waffles, breakfast and brunch, ricotta pancakes are amazing, waffle bacon and homemade granola parfait
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Tye Chait
reviewed 4 months ago
Local spot near where I live. We came here on a Sunday around noon and the wait was pretty long; luckily there was a farmer's market to walk around before we were seated. We ordered quickly and the food was worth it. I had a waffle stuffed with bacon, cheese, and peppers. I recommend putting your name down early and walking around the block!
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Andrew Caldwell
reviewed 5 months ago
Small breakfast joint on Clement Street. I opted for a simple two egg breakfast complete with toast and chicken sausage and Eats delivered the goods. Next time I go, however, I will be snagging the chicken and waffles. I got a bite of my fiance's and immediately wish I'd been a bit more adventurous, as Eats clearly knows how to do the whole savory sweet thing. The service was prompt and friendly. Can't wait to go back and try the chicken and waffles and other breakfast options Eats has to offer.
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Zoë Pearson
reviewed 2 months ago
Busy, bustling place that you can expect to queue for... but it's worth the wait. The veggie breakfast sandwich with egg and avocado was just what I needed. The refill coffee even more so... Make sure you try some of their fresh orange too - so amazingly sweet!
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Christie Olstad
reviewed 3 months ago
This is my favorite breakfast place in the city because of how fresh it is. You will notice the difference! I once asked about it, and she said they get their produce fresh every day. They don't even have a fridge. They post a list of what fruits and vegetables are in season, which I also like. But, it is a small place, so there can be a wait if you go between 10-12 a.m.
Hayley Yerkes
reviewed 4 months ago
Went here for brunch on a Sunday morning to satisfy a waffle craving. The wait was pretty long (at least 30 minutes for a party of 2) but we were able to stroll around the Clement St. Farmer's Market while we waited which was great. I ordered the waffle with fruit and whipped cream and a cup of coffee - both were tasty but not necessarily worth such a long wait. I would come back to try some of the other interesting items on the menu but perhaps on a day that was less busy.
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Lan Nguyen
reviewed 4 months ago
Your friendly, neighborhood corner diner. Nothing too frilly, just good wholesome breakfast. Small space with indoor tables, some counter seating, and a few sidewalk tables. It's pretty busy on the weekends but there's a good chance you'll be seated immediately or under 25 minutes here. I've had the chicken and waffles. Mushroom gravy was delicious, breaded chicken was juicy and tender on the inside. Wished the waffles were a little crispier but they were still fluffy and chewy. Overall, really solid brunch option!
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