Bottomless Mimosa Brunch at Miller’s Rest in Nob Hill

Miller’s Rest is serving up a classic comfort food brunch along with bottomless mimosas in the Nob Hill area of San Francisco. This cozy bar and restaurant is bringing back the basics: great food, great hospitality, and a great place to enjoy a meal with friends and family. Visit Miller’s Rest this weekend for a delicious brunch washed down with bottomless mimosas or other brunch cocktails, offered every Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm.

Brunch at Miller’s Rest 

 

 

There are plenty of reasons to love brunch at Miller’s Rest. The restaurant has a uniquely comforting aesthetic, with meals that taste homemade and friendly service to make you feel at home. Miller’s Rest was inspired by owner Mark Miller’s family’s lake cabin from his childhood, also named Miller’s Rest. The restaurant embodies a nostalgia for simpler times spent at the family cabin with food and family around. 

The owner describes the food at Miller’s rest as “American comfort food, but modernized for today’s palate.” The brunch menu features starters like biscuits and gravy, made fresh daily, or Grandma Pearl’s caramel rolls, served warm. When asked about favorite menu items, Mark Miller mentioned that the shrimp and grits are “really excellent” and tend to be a crowd favorite, as well as the chicken and gravy – made with all natural chicken and homemade peppercorn gravy, and served up with home fries and a fresh buttermilk biscuit. 

caramel rolls      shrimp and grits

The hearty menu at Miller’s Rest offers a midwest flair, and they even have a midwest breakfast on the menu (two eggs, chicken apple sausage, hickory bacon, and home fries). The restaurant has lighter options as well, however, as well as classic San Francisco staples like their chilaquiles – another customer favorite. 

$20 Bottomless Mimosas

Wash down a delicious and filling meal with your choice of brunch cocktails. Miller’s Rest offers a $20 bottomless mimosa special for brunch, but there are plenty of other exciting cocktails to choose from. They serve the classic bloody Mary (with bacon, of course), as well as other cocktails like an aperol spritz, amargo, michelada, and more.

mimosa    bloody mary

Coffee is available as well, or coffee lovers can enjoy a coffee based cocktail like a breakfast stout or their Great Lakes iced coffee, made with Mr. Black coffee liquor, coconut, Black Strap rum, and cinnamon. Non-alcoholic options include espresso drinks, housemade sodas, or assorted fruit juices. 

About Miller’s Rest 

 

Miller’s Rest opened its doors in 2017 with hopes of becoming a warm and comforting getaway from busy life, “where the problems and stress of city life melt away”. This approachable, welcoming atmosphere mirrors that of Miller’s childhood lake cabin. The cabin was built by his father over three years, resulting in the name “Miller’s Rest” since the family could finally relax and enjoy their time together on the lake. 

Mark Miller reminisces that food was a big part of life at the cabin, with mom cooking in the kitchen and the family gathering together at meal times. “Translating that to the restaurant was fairly natural,” he says, and much of the food at Miller’s Rest is inspired by family recipes passed down over the years. Mark and his wife Teri now run the restaurant together, hoping to provide the same kind of comfort for their customers. 

Miller’s Rest is open daily for lunch and dinner, and serves brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10:00 to 4:00. Call or visit online to make a reservation today. 

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