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Outer Sunset

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Judahlicious
3906 Judah St., Outer Sunset
There's something incredibly comforting about the old-school, down-to-earth health store vibe of Judahlicious, especially in San Francisco. The primarily raw, vegan dishes are packed full of classic health foods like sunflower seeds, sprouts, and avocado. Local favorites include the vegan pancakes, the "Dark Side of the Shroom" mushroom dish, the ridiculously good Dahnu wrap (basically a veggie wrap with almond pate), and the excellently named No Shirt, No Shoes rice bowl.
Trouble Coffee Company
4003 Judah St., Outer Sunset
It's important to note that this weird little shop's full name is actually Trouble Coffee and Coconut Club. And yes, they do actually serve fresh coconut juice, which along with a small coffee (the only size available here) and fat slice of cinnamon toast constitutes the $8 "Build Your Own Damn House" combo. There's also the option to order a shot of fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice a.k.a., "Yoko." The original Trouble is tiny and has a tree trunk in lieu of outdoor seating while the new one in Oakland, is done almost exclusively in white.
Trouble Coffee Company
4003 Judah St., Outer Sunset
It's important to note that this weird little shop's full name is actually Trouble Coffee and Coconut Club. And yes, they do actually serve fresh coconut juice, which along with a small coffee (the only size available here) and fat slice of cinnamon toast constitutes the $8 "Build Your Own Damn House" combo. There's also the option to order a shot of fresh-squeezed grapefruit juice a.k.a., "Yoko." The original Trouble is tiny and has a tree trunk in lieu of outdoor seating while the new one in Oakland, is done almost exclusively in white.
Outerlands
4001 Judah St., Outer Sunset
Though the stone-and-wood interior has the potential to feel cold, the vibe at this comfort food-centric spot is super welcoming…that is if you can actually get in—waits can get kind of unbearable. While everything Chef Yoni Levy turns out is good (a testament to his skill and the top-notch ingredients he sources from local farmers), he does particularly spectacular things with weekend brunch. We're fans of the Dutch pancakes—both sweet and savory versions are excellent—and the pesto-smothered eggs-in-jail.
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