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A Sandwich a Day: Breakfast Sandwich at Devil's Teeth Baking Company, San Francisco

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[Photographs: Lauren Sloss]

Have we raved about the Devil's Teeth Baking Company enough yet? First, it was their donut muffins then their mind-meltingly good cinnamon rolls. Another obsession: their bang-for-your-buck breakfast sandwich ($5) which, thankfully, is served all day.

It all starts with the biscuit: freshly baked, buttery, flaky, and supersized without having that bad-biscuit pasty consistency. Even better, it manages to hold together the sandwich.

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This is impressive, considering it's topped with a large pile of fluffy scrambled eggs, complete with molten cheddar cheese oozing from the bottom, top, and middle of the egg's folds. A couple of strips of chewy bacon add an excellent smokey flavor, despite there not being enough of it. Still, every bite managed to be a well-balanced combination of biscuit, egg, cheese, and bacon. It's one of our favorite breakfast sandwiches in the city, especially when combined with a cup of Blue Bottle and a stroll on Ocean Beach.

Devil's Teeth Baking Company

3876 Noriega Street, San Francisco CA 94122 (map)
415-683-5533; devilsteethbakingcompany.com

About the author: Lauren Sloss is a bicoastal food-lover who splits her time between New York (where she just finished graduate school) and San Francisco (where she does most other things). She writes about food, music, travel, and everything in between. Some of her favorite things include The Black Keys, goat gouda, and guacamole. You can follow her on Twitter @laurensloss

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