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‘Only in San Francisco’ Sunday brunch options

Submitted by on July 7, 2009 – 3:22 pm

Brunch at the Palace Hotel is an option.

Brunch at the Palace Hotel is an option.

San Francisco offers many different ways to spice up a Sunday brunch and pair entertainment with good food. From live to broadcast music, to a cruise on the bay, food lovers will end the weekend on a high note. The San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau (SFCVB) features many brunch options on the Taste SF section of its Web site.

Here are a five brunch spots that offer “eater”tainment:

“Gospel Brunch”
1300 on Fillmore
1300 Fillmore St., Japantown/Fillmore

A classic “Gospel Brunch” the first and third Sunday of each month, where a powerful performance accompanies your meal. Local artist Michael Cheadle and the Future Perfect Band perform.

Read more here — and watch a gospel brunch video


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