Magazine article Sunset

Somewhere out There

Magazine article Sunset

Somewhere out There

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visu / Outer Sunset

The secret's out: The Outer Sunset is San Francisco's coolest neighborhood. Recently, the sand-whipped hinterland has been luring artists, chefs, and bakers from around the Bay Area for its chill vibe and affordable shopfronts. And spring is one of the best seasons to stroll the neighborhood of low-slung houses, reclaimed wood parklets, and beachy design shops.

EAT Outerlands' driftwoodreminiscent walls are more than a nod to Ocean Beach: The wood was salvaged from old redwood fences over the course of a few years. After a major renovation closed the restaurant for nearly six months, the legendary brunch lines quickly returned, this time for the new pastry program dishing out savory delicata and maple-glaze doughnuts and cheese danishes with quince and walnut. $$$; 4001Judah St.; outerlandssf.com.

SNACK For more than three years, Devil's Teeth Baking Company has been feeding hungry surfers with its monstrous breakfast sandwich of a homemade biscuit, eggs, pepper jack, lemon-garlic aioli, and bacon. But more recently, it's become a destination bakery for the made-to-order beignets on Sundays and seasonal pies, all meant to be consumed on its succulent-strewn parklet, fog or shine. …

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