Coincidentally the next day after I took my tour of Mission Bay, Brad suggested we hit up Mission Rock Resort for brunch. Well....okay then!
Boy this place is such a hidden little gem! We had brunch on the back patio at it was so peaceful! It was dog and kid friendly, there were lots of families with their dogs....I just wanted to steal them all!
Right beyond the deck is the largest dry dock on the West Coast so we could see some ships out of the water.
Their brunch selection was pretty good! I had the classic eggs benedict. However, the menu is HEAVY seafood and because I don't like seafood, there were probably only about 2 options for me. While it was good, it still doesn't top my all.time.favorite.brunch at the Butler and the Chef.
Um and of course we had bottomless mimosas...what's brunch without them?!?! You can't beat bottomless for $16...especially not in this city!
Yum yum yum, bet in my belly!
If you are a fan of oysters, this place has been ranked one of the 6 best oyster bars in SF by Zagat:
After a splashy two-million dollar renovation, this old-time waterfront bar and grill near Mission Bay (just south of AT&T Park) lures the crowds with an ambitious midpriced seafood-centric menu and bar program; the sprawling two-floor wooden building features an upstairs dining room and an oyster bar and a downstairs quick-service cafe for breakfast and lunch, but the most coveted seats are on the decks where you can knock back a Sailor’s Shipwrecked Punch or frozen daiquiri.
The details: $0.99 oysters, Monday-Friday, 3-7 PM, $7wine during HH