Just because Coco loves it …

1. GreenRiver

Eggs Benedict – The mildness of the spinach balances out the spicy hollandaise sauce and creates a nice harmony with the broken egg yolk. As you chew, the smokiness of the salmon gradually diffuses and adds to the richness of the symphony.

Mon-Wed: 11:30am-2:30pm, 5pm-10pm
Thu-Fri: 11:30am-2:30pm, 5pm-11pm
Sat: 11:00am-3pm, 5pm-11pm | Sun: 11:00am-3pm
Parking: Valet, Garage, Street | Wi-Fi: Free
Price Range: $20-40 (Eggs Benedict – $21, only available on weekends)

2. The Publican

Red Wine Poached Eggs – Together with the mild saltiness of the prosciutto, the creamy and sharp béarnaise sauce makes this eggs benedict a must-try at the Publican. The rich flavor of the red wine poached egg and the fresh taste of baby arugula intertwine on the tip of your tongue, foiled by the crunchiness of the sourdough toast.

Mon-Thu: 3:30pm-10:30pm | Fri: 3:30pm-11:30pm
Sat: 10am-2pm, 3:30pm-11:30pm | Sun: 9am-2pm, 5pm-10pm
Parking: Valet, Street | Wi-Fi: No
Price Range: $20-40 (Red Wine Poached Eggs – $13, only available on Sundays)

3. Mortar & Pestle

Alaskan King Crab Benedict –The light hollandaise sauce, the delicate poached eggs, and the fluffy English muffin perfectly embody the essence of eggs benedict. The innovative use of juicy crab meat spices up the classic eggs benedict trio and elevates the sum of its parts.

Mon, Wed-Sun: 8am-3pm | Tue: closed
Parking: Street | Wi-Fi: No
Price Range: $20-40 (Alaskan King Crab Benedict – $17, available everyday)
Walk-in only

4. Bar Siena

Lobster Benedict & Bombo Benedict – The succulent lobster pieces accentuate the fresno chili hollandaise in the Lobster Benedict, and the crispy brussel sprouts provide relief. Alternatively, treat yourself to a juicy confit pork belly with the tangy lemon black pepper hollandaise in the Bombo Benedict. Both are sure to provide you with an energetic start to your day at Bar Siena.

Mon-Fri: 11:30am-2pm | Sat: 9am-3pm | Sun: 9am-2pm
Parking: Valet, Street | Wi-Fi: Free
Price Range: $20-30 (Bombo Benedict – $16 & Lobster Benedict – $21, only available on weekends)

5. The Gage

Eggs Benedict – When you take one bite of the eggs benedict at The Gage, the rich spicy pork merguez and the zesty Poblano hollandaise sauce will awaken your taste buds. Take a second bite, and the well toasted Bolo muffin joins the game. Now take a third bite and relish the cheesy potatoes. Allow the splendid aftertaste to linger on your tongue.

Mon: 11am-10pm | Tue-Thu: 11am-11pm |Fri: 11am – 12am
Sat: 10am-12am  | Sun: 10am – 10pm
Parking: Valet, Garage, Street | Wi-Fi: Free
Price Range: $20 – 40 (Eggs Benedict – $15, only available on weekends)



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