A clear contender for longest brunch wait in SF, Plow makes it worth your time with a can't-go-wrong menu accented with Nueske bacon and double-fried crispy potatoes. The lemon ricotta pancakes are so good that people order them during weekday lunch.
In 2010, Joel Bleskacek and Maxine Siu came across a vacant architect's studio near their home in Potrero Hill. It was love at first sight. Today, outfitted with tables made from French oak barrels and floors salvaged from an old Washington hop house, Plow sports one of SF's most popular brunches. Come for the outrageously good lemon ricotta pancakes or the soul-satifying Plow (eggs, Nueske bacon, lemon ricotta pancakes, and crispy potatoes), and stay for the warm atmosphere and friendly service.