Nice (tiny!) place for breakfast...(would give it 3.5 stars if I could). Usually a line but it's worth it. The specials are interesting and they have some great muffins. Also, their french toast is fantastic.
People love Chloe's. They rave about it. They line up for up to an hour to get a table on weekends. They jump up on couches and declare their love of Chloe's to a shocked and horrified world. Well, not that last part maybe, but I got enough rave reviews of Chloe's to brave the hour-long line myself. Normally when I wait an hour for food (and since I get up later than usual on the weekends, I'm usually already starving by the time I've managed to leave the house), pretty much a dry crust of bread can send me into raptures by the end of it. But my meal at Chloe's was just...fine. Not bad, just not worth the wait.
That's maybe an overstatement, but Chloe's definitely serves up the best banana walnut pancakes I've come across. I was never really a pancake guy before, but I have been made a believer. Very busy on the weekends, best to come in early or late, but always worth the wait.
Some say Chloe's is over rated, but in my opinion there's no better place for a great egg scramble. The wiat usually isn't too long and the rosemary toast and fresh muffins of the day are always a treat! It's hard to beat it for affordability as well.
The view of San Francisco from this funky little cafe is worth checking out. It features a courtyard with a
fountain that lets you take in the sun on a non foggy San Francisco day. The best part of ...