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5 Amazing Brunch Spots

Maybe breakfast is a little early when you’re on vacation. It’s awfully nice to lounge around in your room and listen to the sound of the waves breaking on the beach. But brunch on the other hand …

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Flow Restaurant and Lounge

It’s hard to beat the view at Flow, perched as it is up two flights of stairs and overlooking Mendocino’s majestic headlands and the broad expanse of the Pacific. But the brunch is good too, with your usual staples made with care and local organic ingredients.

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Fog Eater Cafe

Fog Eater Cafe is what happens when a great concept meets up with flawless execution. Vegetarian cuisine, made with garden-fresh ingredients sourced from the area, and – here’s the twist – conceived and prepared with a Southern twang? Yes please. 

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A long-standing breakfast-and-brunch institution with a charming Wizard of Oz theme, Eggheads is family run and dedicated to consistent, nourishing, classic American breakfast food, from eggs benedict to the delectable dungeness crab melt.

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Bluebird Cafe

No, it’s not the legendary singer-songwriter venue in Nashville, but it is a hidden gem of inland Mendocino County, nestled in the tiny town of Hopland with a country-style, unpretentious selection of your favorite morning meals. 

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David’s Restaurant

If you’re staying in Fort Bragg, you might find yourself picking up provisions at local grocery store Harvest Market, and if you’re there early in the day, you might find yourself at David’s for the huevos rancheros or the Western scramble. 

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