Nestled inside the W, Trace Restaurant offers local and sustainable cuisine with inventive twists.
-Bottle of Champagne and juice to share
-One savor, lunch or egg dish per person
-Two mini hazelnut and blueberry ice cream sandwiches to share Valid Saturday and Sunday from 11 AM – 2 PM
-Toast to the weekend with a bottle of Champagne and fresh juice for the table.
-Seasonally inspired brunch dishes include poached eggs with braised beef short ribs, sunchoke mash, English peas and polenta, and whole oat groats with local honey, almonds and rosemary.
-If you have a sweet tooth, go with a vanilla waffle topped with banana, toasted marshmallows, roasted peanuts and chocolate drizzle.
-Brunch isn’t complete without dessert: you’ll finish with two mini hazelnut and blueberry ice cream sandwiches.
-Executive chef Jason Rea worked in the kitchens of RN74 and the Michelin-starred Michael Mina San Francisco before helming the kitchen at TRACE. Here, he uses local, sustainable and seasonal ingredients to celebrate the flavors of the Bay Area.
Across from Yerba Buena Gardens and just blocks from the waterfront, the W is among San Francisco’s most beloved hotels. And you don’t have to be a tourist to enjoy its pampering amenities, which include Bliss Spa, FIT Gym and the restaurant TRACE.
At TRACE, executive chef Jason Rea uses the highest quality local and sustainable ingredients to highlight the bold flavors of the Bay Area. By maintaining a close relationship with local farmers and purveyors, he’s able to incorporate the freshest vegetables, meats and dairy into his dishes. Come the weekend, plates like warm oat groats with local honey and scrambled eggs with black truffle satisfy any palate. In the evening, guests look forward to the likes of pan-roasted local sole with yellow foot mushrooms and house-brined pork loin with creamy polenta. Whether they stop by for a mid-week power lunch, date night or leisurely weekend breakfast, visitors are sure to enjoy a meal that’s as inspiring as the city itself.