Time to Step Out to Cooking Cafes in SF, Including Free Breakfast Burritos

Heartwarming café reopening and freebie breakfasts on Friday, Oct 14th—oh its great to go café and eating event hopping in the city. The online culture-zine sfweekly.com just came out with its Monday 10 roundup of good eating news.

Here’s our take:

The Elite Café at 2049 Fillmore (had changed hands and closed earlier this year) is now serving up a new menu from New Orleans native chef Chris Borges. If you love biscuits, you’ll find their famous Meetinghouse Biscuits there at 2 for $5. Too-good fried chicken and great remoulade salads.

Make a morning date on Friday, October 14th, at Uno Dos Tacos, 595 Market, which will be honoring International Egg Day (who knew?) with give away breakfast burritos stuffed with eggs, potatoes, cheese and house salsa fresca. 8 to 10 am while supplies last.

A new cocktail bar and restaurant named Rambler at Union Square opens this Thursday (tomorrow) at the Hotel Zeppelin (but, of course as Ramble On is a Led Zeppelin song) at 545 Post. Divinely cooking up seafood and serving what’s-that-cocktails. Dinners now. Breakfast, brunch and lunch soon on the docket.

Get your chowder bib out for the Saturday, October 22nd Wharf Fest and Chowder Competition. Fun for all at Pier 43 with 50 booths of crafts, beverage tastings and the noon Chowder Competition for $15/$20 at the door which brings over a dozen chowder slingers out to fight for the best chowder in the city.

Click here for the whole Monday 10.