October 23, 2003
That next morning I tried their house variety of French toast. The toast is made the traditional way, except they use raisin bread instead of the typical Texas toast. It was wonderful! Admittedly, I did add a side of their scrumptous bacon to my meal, but it sure was good! The restaurant had great coffee, but I also enjoyed the fresh-squeezed orange juice one morning and the unfiltered apple juice the next morning. The prices were very reasonable for breakfast and although the OJ cost a little extra, the fresh-squeezed taste was worth it!
Located adjacent to the Cow Hollow Motor Inn, Bay Watch is convenient to the Marina and Pacific Heights sections of town.
From journal Seeing the sights of San Fran