Although San Chez is known for its Tapas, the breakfast is really good. They also have an extensive brunch drink menu.
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Even after 25 years this place is one of GR's best. A must visit if you like sharing small plates in a bustling environment. Check out the art, murals and mosaics by my late, great friend Jose Narezo.
San Chez was just what my friends and I were looking for when we wanted brunch. With a group of 9, we were happy that the restaurant had lots of seating. We got there before the 11:00 rush and were seated right away. Everyone at...More
What a marvelous discovery. My family had been before, and this was the restaurant chosen by my grandson to celebrate his high school graduation. We were first of all told what to expect about our first course, then it arrived and we chose our second...More
My family and I love small plate dining! Food should be an experience and San Chez doesn’t disappoint. Efficient service and yummy food.
Warm decor, good service and great tapas in GR, hard to beat. Pulpo al ajillo, pan con tomate, and especially the razor clams when they have them are spot on! Enjoy a short but thoughtful winelist in a prime downtown location with friends at San...More
We stopped in to check out the party venue for a potential reception location, an went to the restaurant after. I didn't know they were serving brunch, but I'm so happy we showed up when they did. I had an amazing vegetarian hash (with egg)....More
We went in for Sunday brunch yesterday, and once we were seated and placed our order, it took over an hour to receive our food. That was bad enough, but once we were all served, the food was literally cold for three of the eight...More
The process to get a reservation for a larger party was extensive, but it was so worth it! Having all the tapas picked out made dinner so efficient and maximized time spent having conversations instead of figuring out what to order. All the food came...More