French toast at Sweet Maple.
After watching the sunrise at the Golden Gate Bridge, we grabbed breakfast from one of our favorite places, Sweet Maple.
Nearly as famous are our Big Hip deep fried French Toast, bottomless mimosas and bloody Marys.
I typically get the eggs benedict… however, from this point forward, I’ll probably get the french toastâ€”it’s unbelievable. Both Annie and Julia got it, and I have to say, I was a little jealous! 😋
Annie and Julia enjoying their breakfast in SF.
Founded in 2010, Sweet Maple is now the the go-to brunch destination for San Francisco locals and knowledgeable food tourists alike. Home of world famous Millionaireâ€™s Bacon, our extra-thick, sweet and spicy bacon that is slow-cooked for hours with brown sugar and spicy peppers to a chewy perfection.
Julia and Annie posing for a photo after breakfast in front of Sweet Maple’s entrance.
Glass door entrance of Sweet Maple.
If you’re ever in the area, you should definitely check Sweet Maple out. Be prepared for a long wait if you want brunch on a sunday though.
Big hip deep fried french toast.
Annie said this photo is actually the “Big Hip deep fried French Toast”. She insisted that you try thisâ€”it tastes like funnel cake. And yeh, it’s pretty damn delicious.