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Swedish Oatmeal Pancakes @ Town's End (San Francisco, CA) - I walk by this restaurant every day on the way to work but didn't think to try it til I saw these intriguing pancakes! Loved them so much that we recreated these for the Foodspotting team today.

Swedish Oatmeal Pancakes @ Town's End (San Francisco, CA) - I walk by this restaurant every day on the way to work but didn't think to try it til I saw these intriguing pancakes! Loved them so much that we recreated these for the Foodspotting team today.


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Dottie's True Blue Cafe.  28 Sixth Street between Market and Mission.  In a totally sketchy area, but absolutely worth it.  Try something from the chalkboard.  I promise its worth the yuckie neighborhood and the wait.

Dottie's True Blue Cafe. 28 Sixth Street between Market and Mission. In a totally sketchy area, but absolutely worth it. Try something from the chalkboard. I promise its worth the yuckie neighborhood and the wait.

follow this blog for an insane quantity of Art & Design, Sex & Photography posts…   Defringe.com

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Apparently this place is yummy and is New Orleans inspired with beignets -- holler. Will report back.

Apparently this place is yummy and is New Orleans inspired with beignets -- holler. Will report back.

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Sweet Maple Brunch -- where everything is delish except the wait is pretty killer on the weekends.  I liked the buttermilk pancakes and breakfast sandwich.  For those peeps who eat meat, the millionaire's bacon is famous!

Sweet Maple Brunch -- where everything is delish except the wait is pretty killer on the weekends. I liked the buttermilk pancakes and breakfast sandwich. For those peeps who eat meat, the millionaire's bacon is famous!

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