Brunch with History and a Breathtaking Setting

Oxtail red flannel hash and a Pink Elephant cocktail. (Photo courtesy of Shawn Kearney)

That’s what you’ll enjoy at the new Saturday and Sunday brunch, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Presidio Social Club in San Francisco’s beautiful, tree-lined Presidio next to the landmark Golden Gate Bridge.

The hip restaurant, once the barracks of Army soldiers, serves up weekend breakfast with fun and flair. Satisfy your cravings with ”GI Jose’s Special” (Mission-style chilequiles topped with eggs any style, $11); oxtail red flannel hash with poached eggs ($11); or a “Morning Pastry Plate” ($8.25).

Drink up with a “Pink Elephant” (Campari, egg whites, lemon juice, and sugar; $7) or the eyebrow-raising named “Death in the Afternoon” (Champagne and Kubler Absinthe, $8).

If the fog hasn’t rolled in, pick a seat on the outdoor patio for al fresco dining.

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Date: Monday, 27. October 2008 5:37
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    That hash looks pretty good. I’ll have to ask my Aunt who lives in the city if she’s tried it (she eats out ALL the time!).

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