It’s safe to say you partied hard this past weekend — in the name of patriotism, of course. Nurse that hangover with six stomach-coating choices from around the city and beyond.
Beast and the Hare: Eggs Benedict with Smoked Pork Belly
Temper the shakes with a solid helping of poached eggs and the new bacon. The meat-tastic resto’s brunch has something for everyone (even veggies). Launches Sunday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Doc’s of the Bay: Veggie Burger
Sometimes you just can’t commit whole hog (er, cow) on a queasy stomach. Doc’s tangy slaw and homemade green onion mayo on a black bean patty will cure what ails you.
Weird Fish: Fish ’n’ Chips
Ease your withdrawal with the shampoo effect: Lagunitas-battered cod and fries from the newly reopened Mission fish house will suds you up.
Addendum at Ad Hoc: Buttermilk Fried Chicken & Biscuits
Wine country hangovers come with the territory. Thomas Keller’s Yountville takeout spot offers picnic fare that will distract from that wicked headache.
One Market: Savory Cheese Donuts
The new all-cheese lunch menu is served weekdays only at a potentially familiar spot (the bar), so stumble over to Market for fried dough con queso. Today.
Wing Wings: Wings
Redundant perhaps, but former Little Skillet chef Christian Ciscle’s skill set is focused. Wings are doused in any of eight sauces, so no matter what your poison last night, they’ve got it smothered.
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