Brunch That’s Epic

Dungeness crab cake Benedict at Epic Roasthouse. (Photo by Mark Leet)

Oh sure, folks go on and on about the burger at Epic Roasthouse in San Francisco, a half-pound behemoth ($20) made from the trimmings of all that primo Prime grade beef on the menu.

But one cannot live by burgers alone. Well, not all the time, anyway.

To that end, there’s also brunch. The restaurant, a short hop from the Harbor Court Hotel, offers brunch, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.

Take a seat inside or outside this restaurant, which is right on the Embarcadero and boasts picturesque views of the Bay.

A $40 prix-fixe option offers your choice of mimosa or Bloody Mary plus an organic yogurt parfait or cup of creamy corn soup, then a choice of entrees such as an open-face Meyer lemon shrimp sandwich on brioche or New York steak and poached eggs, plus beignets.

Waffles with bacon. (Photo courtesy of Epic Roasthouse)

Or settle in for an a la carte plate of strawberry ricotta pancakes with balsamic glaze and strawberry mint butter ($12), breakfast pizza with duck egg and bacon ($14), almond polenta waffle with bacon and Seville orange marmalade ($10) or Dungneness crab cake Benedict ($16).

And psst, if you can’t live without it, the Epic burger also is served at brunch.

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17 comments

  1. 1

    These brunch dishes sound amazing, would love to try them!

  2. 2

    A mouthwatering brunch! So appetizing.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  3. 3

    Their brunch menu sounds amazing! That looks like quite a burger, I love all the fixings with it!

  4. 4

    I totally didn’t know Epic served such an amazing brunch! We’ll have to go next time it’s nice out (maybe next year?)! The Crabmeat Benedict looks SO good!

  5. 5

    Goodness! I hovered over the top photo to discover it is Crab Cake Benedict. Be still my wagging tongue… gorgeous :)

  6. 6

    What a brunch! Those poached eggs look as though they’re done perfectly.

  7. 7

    There is nothing like waking up on a Saturday morning and going for a good brunch! My friends and I used to go all the time when I was in Boston, but this looks way better than the fare we used to get. Those strawberry ricotta pancakes sound downright dreamy.

  8. 8

    Oh my. I absolutely MUST have a serving of almond polenta waffle with bacon !!!!

    Thought at first it was whole wheat. How interesting to use polenta in waffle.

  9. 9

    I had no idea they did brunch! Definitely have to check that out!

  10. 10

    Your blog is amazing! I am a recent graduate and would love if I could get a chance to talk about how you turned your dream into a job if that is at all possible!

  11. 11

    All the food sounds just amazing. I see this as a grazing opportunity, must bring a lot of friends for sampling.

  12. 12

    Looks very delicious…every dish…yum!

  13. 13

    nice!

  14. 14

    so yummy and there is such a gorgeous view from there, too!

  15. 15

    Oh my!.. Now i have to go raid the refrigerator. Thank you so much! ;)

  16. 16

    I, too, had an Epic meal at this new SF surprise last month. Beautiful pics. Want to go back even more now!

  17. 17

    what can I say…epic is teh word.

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