Eight Am

  • Address: 1323 Columbus Ave, San Francisco, CA 94133, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-4152924888
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Restaurant, Family And Kids

Eight Am - Review

Give a perfect start to your day with breakfast at Eight am, in San Francisco. One of the leading food chains in U.S. this restaurant is famous among the working people. The menu includes toasts, blueberry shortcakes, avocados, and much more to choose from. The best part of this place is that the service is very quick, so you need not to wait very long enough for the menu to be delivered. Just pay a visit and you will be really amazed by the variety of delicious breakfast options you get here.

How To reach Eight Am by Public Transport

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TripHobo Highlights for Eight Am

  • Eight Am Address: 1323 Columbus Ave, San Francisco, CA 94133, USA, United States
  • Eight Am Contact Number: +1-4152924888
  • Eight Am Price: Free
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Things to Know Before Visiting Eight Am

  • 0.06% of people who visit San Francisco include Eight Am in their plan

  • 95% of people start their Eight Am visit around 09 AM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Eight Am

Monday, Friday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Eight Am

People normally also visit 17-Mile Drive At Pebble Beach while planning their trip to Eight Am.

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Eight Am, San Francisco Reviews

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  • You have to try this place. The food is really good quality and their service is excellent! This place is popular so you might have to wait a short while to be seated. There is not much space inside, but they do have some outdoor seating. Definitely a good place to eat, simple yet delicious. Highly recommend and will be returning!

  • Eight Am is one of those spots where you know you're always going to be taken care of and the wait is definitely worth the wait 🙂 they do close at 2 p.m. so make sure you are aware of that but they do have people go in and out and their food is absolutely great! It's great quality and from someone coming from outside of San Francisco, I can honestly say the fruit, food, and drink is absolutely amazing! You do receive great quality Food from them! It's simple yet amazingly good! Definitely a recommendation for anyone visiting the San Francisco area or you're looking for great breakfast.

  • An awesome place to grab some breakfast!! One of the best in this area. Having spend almost a week here we tried many different breakfast places and this by far was our favorite. The staff was really friend and we're on top of things. There is sometimes a few minute wait but we'll worth it. We will definitely be going there again.

  • Eight am was such a great find for our breakfast while we were visiting San Francisco! The restaurant is in a convenient location near Fisherman's Wharf. It is family owned and run and they do an outstanding job. Each day that we were there we were seated shortly and the customer service was excellent. It is clean, cozy and attractive and the food is great. The owners have put together a unique menu of tasty breakfast items that go way beyond the usual pancakes of the average restaurant. The food is served in decent portions and is nutritious and delicious. Over the course of three days of having breakfast there we tried a good variety of the menu choices and were never disappointed. Especially great is the avocado toast plate that came with a large bowl of a variety of fruit that was fresh and tasty. We highly recommend this restaurant and when in San Francisco we will be back.

  • Good tasting food with poor value. $13 for potatoes, sausages/, 2 eggs, and a side of fruit. No bread included ($4 extra for 2 slices). It's just eggs fried sunny side up, there's no reason this should cost this much. Granted, the amount of fruits that you get is above average, the rest just doesn't make up for it. We also ordered the berry waffles. The preparation is pretty standard: fruits, whipped cream, butter, powdered sugar, at $13. The plus on this one is the real Maple syrup that you get. Service was very friendly, just wish they can change the prices. It comes off as greedy.

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