Devil's Teeth Bakery Company San Francisco

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Brooke from San Francisco

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In life, I think it’s safe to say that we enjoy the simple pleasures. Maybe it’s sleeping in, getting a parking spot outside your apartment building, or knowing you don’t have any obligations on your weekend.  I find that over the years, along with discovering notable coffee shops, I have also been on the hunt for the best breakfast sandwich. To be honest, I didn’t have to hunt very long at all in this case. The magic that is created in these four walls is going to knock your socks off! The place is called Devil’s Teeth Bakery.

I love waking up on a weekend morning and instantly getting a craving for their special breakfast sandwich. You know the scene in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory when Charlie slowly peels back the wrapper to the chocolate bar, anticipating that he may discover the winning ticket? I feel like that every time I peel back the tin foil of one of these breakfast sandwiches. I feel like a winner. Ha! I’m talking about two scrambled eggs, pepper jack cheese, applewood smoked bacon, avocado, and their famous lemon garlic aioli on a warm homemade buttermilk biscuit. Is your mouth watering yet?

They also have a lovely assortment of pastries, from bacon cheddar beer muffins, chocolate cake, zucchini fig bread, and their charming shark cookie.  Each treat always hits the spot and keeps you coming back for more.  Go on and treat yourself to some devilishly good eats, and repeat!

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Brooke from San Francisco

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I work for a non-profit that supports the Golden Gate National Parks here in San...

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Details about this spot



3619 Balboa St., San Francisco

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Opening Times

07:00 - 14:00 daily


B. sandwich: US$ 9.50


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