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4001 Judah St San Francisco, CA 94122
4001 Judah StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94122
$$American Restaurant, Bar
American Restaurant
Breakfast Restaurant
Brunch Restaurant
Today 9AM–3PM, 5–10PM
Saturday 9AM–3PM, 5–10PMSunday 9AM–3PM, 5–10PMMonday 9AM–3PM, 5–10PMTuesday 9AM–3PM, 5–10PMWednesday 9AM–3PM, 5–10PMThursday 9AM–3PM, 5–10PMFriday 9AM–3PM, 5–10PM
Locally sourced, organic fare served in a warm, handcrafted setting.
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Cozy place with weathered-wood walls serving New American eats, housemade bread & a popular brunch.- Google
"I absolutely loved their grill cheese sandwich!"
"Definitely recommend the ginger apple cider."
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2 weeks ago
A hipster brunch on the beach that is pretty overrated in my opinion. Their specialty bread tastes like normal sourdough from a store, and all of their breakfast items were carb-heavy and rather bland. I was also excited to try the dutch pancake made in the skillet featuring bacon and eggs but it turned out to be a huge oily blob. The pastry was nice and flaky, but there was a lot of oil. The bacon inside was flavorful, but also covered in oil. All that after an extra 25 minute wait in addition to the 45 minute wait from typical SF Sunday.
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3 weeks ago
Horrible horrible service worse every time I try to like them. Crappy waiters that keep everyone waiting hours for food after being sat or refusing to sell you a muffin in a bag to go is just disgusting behavior. As a waitress in my 20's for many years I have never experienced such narcissistic egos in my life. Lots of places in The City make good food. Attitude people is how you stay. I hope you're stuck somewhere without food and turned away and starved. 🖕💩
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John Gelb
2 months ago
The word has gotten out on one of the best brunch spots in SF--you'll need to get here before 10am on the weekends to avoid extremely long lines. Their fresh, healthy food options are worth the wait, even if you do find yourself waiting for a little while.
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Taylor Halsted
3 months ago
Awesome atmosphere, great beer, bartender from Brookline, MA kicked butt, 5/5 for sure. Exactly the kind of place you hope you find. Bread is outrageously good.
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James Bostock
a month ago
I've been to Outerlands several times for their breakfast and have eaten most of the items on the menu. Best way to describe Outerlands is to look at their website design. It's clean. Simple. But has a few nice twists on the usual. They change the menu regularly (or at least rotate out dishes) so it does force you to change it up a little. This can be hit or miss depending on what they offer that week. I hear people rave about the grilled cheese, so I tried it, but was pretty disappointed. I'm not a huge grilled cheese connoisseur, but it tasted too cheesy/oily for my taste. One thing I really love are the grits. Outerlands was my first ever grits experience and now I keep ordering them at breakfast places (and being continually disappointed). Definitely recommend the ginger apple cider. Advice Dress in layers. Sound weird, but it gets really crowded on the weekends and often times it's windy/cold (Outer Sunset) and the seats outside become open quicker. Nothing ruins a meal like cold wind whipping around you. Either get early or be prepared for a long wait.
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Kevin Kwok
a week ago
If you can get a table this place is amazing! Weekend brunch is the busiest time, their dinner is just OK. The best part of a meal here for me was the ridiculously fresh made bread and handmade butter with sea salt!
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Kate Glover
3 months ago
We went for Friday night dinner at 6:30, no reservations. There was a thirty-minute wait which we filled with coffee and tea from Trouble Coffee and a browse through the shops next door. At dinner, we sat at the high tables next to the bar which are beautiful but not ergonomic and leaning in to hear your companion over the din was not very comfortable. Luckily, the food was stellar. Pain au levain is out of this world. Beautiful little clams, every bite is so delicious. Tender, flavorful lamb stew. Smoked chicken with charred vegetables and calvestrano olives - a dish I wish I could replicate. The pine nut tart is almost savory and is a perfect finish. Our cocktails were the low point; the ingredients are beautiful but they need more balance.
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Ronald Wong
in the last week
Delicious, creative food and cocktails! Excellent beer and wine menu too.


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