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Our Customers

People talk about us:

1. Steven W.

I was looking for a light and healthy breakfast and ended up very happy with my choice at 8am. I had the soy vanilla chia pudding and the texture and sweetness were just right. Fruit was fresh and ripe. Seems like a nice family owned restaurant.

2. Valerie W.

Tasty food option in San Francisco near the wharf. It's a bit hidden away on the street as we didn't immediately see the location when dropped off my Uber. Ordered the avocado toast trio (there were 3 of us) as we each had interest in trying it but you can't just order one piece of toast. We then ordered crepes as our main since these comes recommended. I usually stick to protein based breakfasts but since I knew I was getting my protein with the egg and bacon on avocado toast, I went for a sweet crepe (the Eight AM, in fact) instead of a savory one. All the fruit looked and tasted great as you can see from the photos, there was even fruit with the avocado toast! Would definitely come back again.

3. Mike M.

Arrived at 8 Am. Maybe two customers were seated. By 8:09. Entire place full. Line starts forming outside. It's got a nice chill non pretentious vibe. Believe the hype. The quality of ingredients is spot on. I got the eggs ham and Swiss cheese crepe. It was so fresh and scrumptious. Would recommend this place but get there before they open I was here on a Sunday AM. I'm not too familiar with SF. I had a vacation about 15 years ago and loved it. It does seem a little on the Grungie side. No tent city that I could see.

4. John P.

Eight AM in Fisherman's Wharf is an absolute breakfast gem that deserves a visit. Expect a wait if you don't arrive early. Our breakfast choices included french toast, a frittata, and avocado toast prepared 3 ways. The clear winner was the French toast, boasting a delightful pairing of caramelized bananas and the perfect bread texture. The French toast was seriously amazing. Although the avocado toast came highly recommended, it didn't quite live up to the exceptional standard set by the French toast. The atmosphere is refreshingly simple, though the interior can become quite bustling. On pleasant days, dining outdoors is a great option. Service is both warm and efficient. Our two visits to Eight AM during our San Francisco trip have left us eagerly anticipating our next return.

5. Jenny T.

I've been meaning to visit this place and I'm glad I had the chance to stop by during my trip. This is also a family owned business. I loved the "homey" vibes. The food was DELICIOUS, would highly recommend everything we ordered! As much as I would want to try the other items on the menu... I really enjoyed the frittata and 9am crepe. The staff at Eight AM were quick to greet us with a smile and were very welcoming. The staff (Kenny + Daryl who helped our table) were attentive and provided exceptional service. Definitely one of my favorite brunch spots in the Bay. Already planning a trip back here the next time I'm in town!