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San Luis Obispo has a plethora of breakfast and brunch options, spanning from family restaurants to lavish bottomless mimosa outings! For the not-so-early risers, brunch is preferred. Discover a few of our favorite spots for brunch and explore the best breakfast in San Luis Obispo.

Find the best brunch in SLO, including our favorite dishes and location information, directly below.


Milestone Tavern

972 Foothill Blvd, San Luis Obispo, CA

Known for its extensive beer list and delicious eats, Milestone Tavern also stands out when it comes to Sunday brunch, opening at 9:00 a.m. This spot offers breakfast hand-tossed pizzas including the Biscuit & Gravy or Denver Omelet, topped off with two sunny-side-up eggs. People can also choose from other brunch favorites like huevos rancheros, three types of eggs benedict, corned beef hash skillet, and more.

Libertine Brewing Company

1234 Broad Street, San Luis Obispo, CA

Every Saturday between 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., enjoy Brunch at Libertine Brewing Company in the heart of Downtown San Luis Obispo for good vibes, great food, and even better tunes. This popular brewery, known for its Sour Ales, offers $3 mimosas and $5 bloodies on Saturdays and brunch specials, including bottomless mimosas, on Sunday.

Sally Loo’s Wholesome Cafe

1804 Osos Street, San Luis Obispo, CA

Known for their fluffy waffles, breakfast burritos, and local avocado toast, Sally Loo’s serves up hip and tasty eats for brunch. Being a café, their brunch menu isn’t all they offer. They also have a variety of filling sandwiches, personalized milkshakes, and more.


2900 Broad Street, San Luis Obispo, CA

Located off the beaten path of Downtown SLO, TASTE! offers a wide variety of New American dishes, including over 20 sliders, eight different macs & cheese with over 10 toppings, and more. On Saturday and Sunday, this hot spot adds brunch bites to their main menu, featuring three types of waffles, four kinds of eggs benedict, oatmeal with tons of toppings to choose from, and mimosas!

Novo Restaurant & Lounge

726 Higuera Street, San Luis Obispo, CA

Indulge in a Creekside brunch at Novo Restaurants & Lounge while relaxing in the sun and enjoying a morning craft cocktail. People come for the view but stay for the food. From their presentation to the variety of global flavors infused in their dishes, this restaurant makes you feel like you’re truly living the life!

Luna Red

1023 Chorro Street, San Luis Obispo, CA

Cheers to Sunday brunchin’! Luna Red serves food with a Latin twist, including their El Salvadorian–influenced house-made chorizo benedict, steak saltado, and paella de la luna. Our personal favorite is their crispy rockfish tacos. Brunch is served until 2 p.m. on Sundays.

Spirit of San Luis

925 Airport Dr, San Luis Obispo, CA

Experience Spirit of San Luis’ famous brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Savory palates will enjoy a variety of scrambles, omelets, and burritos, including dishes like the Smoked Salmon Scramble and even a breakfast quesadilla. 

Those with a sweet tooth that has a mind of its own will love the Streusel Topped Coffee Cake, French Toast, and the Belgian Waffle Combo which includes two eggs and your choice of sausage or bacon. 

Granada Hotel and Bistro

1130 Morro St, San Luis Obispo, CA

Weekend brunch is served Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 3pm at Granada Hotel and Bistro. Entrees include the flavorful bourbon bread pudding french toast and the Granada benedict that has Cal Poly farm fresh eggs. To top it all off, there are specialty mimosas that will not disappoint.

Louisa’s Place

964 Higuera Street, San Luis Obispo, CA

Louisa’s soft buttery biscuits bring everyone running on Saturday mornings. Although there is often a line wrapped around the corner to eat at Louisa’s Place, don’t let that stop you! This downtown favorite offers quick service and never skimps on their serving sizes, making the wait worthwhile.

Del Monte Cafe

1901 Santa Barbra Ave, San Luis Obispo, CA

Del Monte Cafe, has eggs for days! You can add any meat you want, including bacon, ham or even chicken fried steak, you name it. If you’re looking for something lighter, try the quiche lorraine or the granola float. This family-owned spot is a place you will not want to miss out on.


1040 Court St, San Luis Obispo, CA

If you’re looking for something refreshing, Seeds is the right place for you. Their happy hour runs every weekday from 1-3pm (Thursdays until 7pm!) with deals on froses and mimosas, including discounted flatbreads.


877 Palm St, San Luis Obispo, CA

From farm to table, Piadina uses local ingredients from the hills and sea to create delicious masterpieces. With an Italian inspiration Piadina creates fresh brunch options from their smoked salmon bagel to their fresh baked quiche. Daily breakfast is from 7:30-10am and Sunday brunch starting at 11am.