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Outerlands



4001 Judah Street
San Francisco, CA 94122

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(415) 661-6140

Hours

  • Sunday: 9:00 am - 3:00 am
  • Monday: 9:00 am - 3:00 am
  • Tuesday: 9:00 am - 3:00 am
  • Wednesday: 9:00 am - 3:00 am
  • Thursday: 9:00 am - 3:00 am
  • Friday: 9:00 am - 3:00 am
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 3:00 am

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Cuisine: American Restaurants


4.4 of 5.0 from 178 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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  • Jiexi CaoPortions too small. Overseasoned.

    55555 by Jiexi Cao


  • Wilson JFood that is as unusual as it is tasty, blending modern American fare with Middle Eastern influences. Laid back interior design with a modern beach feel.

    55555 by Wilson J


  • Laurea d.Go on a weekday. Delicious & beautiful food a few blocks from the beach 😎

    55555 by Laurea d.


  • Yana SAmazing atmosphere, service and food! Definitely try their Pie of a Day :) I will be more than happy to come back!

    55555 by Yana S


  • Katherine MBrunch Sweet Dutch Pancakes

    55555 by Katherine M


  • Fikri ADefinitely get the Dutch pancake, savoury with Ricotta. Don't forget the Four Barrel coffee.

    55555 by Fikri A


  • Marianna LGreat brunch spot!

    55555 by Marianna L


  • Julia S.Savory > sweet pancake. Sticky bun was rock hard and disappointing.

    33333 by Julia S.


  • Antonio C.The bread was amazing, the lamb was a bit too heavy (And salty). This seems like it could be a pretentious place, but the wait staff were all very nice and far from pretentious.

    55555 by Antonio C.


  • Lisa DPerfect for brunch!

    55555 by Lisa D


  • David JOne of the more unique brunch spots in SF. Get the Dutch pancakes (very weird looking) and Eggs in Jail. Rec to get there before 10am...and still be prepared to wait.

    55555 by David J


  • Pavan COne of the top brunch places in SF. Biscuits and gravy and veggie sandwich were really good. The cocktails were decent too. The ambiance and service is pretty laid back like outer sunset :P

    55555 by Pavan C


  • Ashley Rose S.Visited Outerlands for a late brunch and it lived up to the hype. If you're waiting, grab a coffee at Trouble and think about how you're going to break your eggs in jail out!

    33333 by Ashley Rose S.


  • Blair JBe prepared for a long wait if you come for brunch. The eggs-in-jail are worth it, though.

    55555 by Blair J


  • julianna BThe food is just okay. The hype is based on the atmosphere- very trendy and hipster

    55555 by julianna B


  • Steve AGrilled cheese + tomato soup = heaven

    55555 by Steve A


  • Philip T.Pozole was ok. Dutch pancake , savory wasn't good at all. Nice outdoor seating area. Busy venue

    55555 by Philip T.


  • Stephanie MGood food, well served i love be their again.

    55555 by Stephanie M


  • Jose P.Dutch pancake is better in its sweet version, but savory is good too. Eggs in jail is still the winner!

    55555 by Jose P.


  • Jose P.Sweet Dutch pancake and eggs in jail are all you need in life

    33333 by Jose P.


  • Prakash DOne of the top 3 best pancakes I have had. My second favorite brunch spot after Zazie.

    55555 by Prakash D


  • Chris K.Great cocktails. Entrees seem small for the price...

    55555 by Chris K.


  • Luke B.Located in the sleepy neighborhood of the Outer Sunset, Outerlands serves up creative brunch dishes all week long—the dutch pancakes and eggs in jail are popular—grab coffee at Trouble while you wait.

    55555 by Luke B.


  • Florence CPotato dumplings were really amazing!! Architecture was also really cool -- is pretty pricey, good for special occasions.

    55555 by Florence C


  • Elisabetta IAvoid coffee it's their worst asset. Good combination of food but pretty flavourless. Didn't enjoy the service.

    33333 by Elisabetta I


  • Sandy CCute ambience, but service sucked

    22222 by Sandy C


  • George love the decor, don't expect the Dutch pancake to be very sweet - all the sugar comes from the fruit

    55555 by George


  • Hanah SEverything on the menu is amazing. Grab a coffee and enjoy people watching!

    55555 by Hanah S


  • Ricky S.The causal "lived in" vibe makes you feel comfortable the second you walk in. Top notch bread & pastries, a breakfast menu that has a nice blend of sweet & savory is a nice way to start the day.

    55555 by Ricky S.


  • Adrian AHouse Cocktails are amazing. The bread is amazing. Fantastic place for a drinks night or a romantic dinner. I loved the ambience and interior. I tried Il blonde and Old Monk and both were fantastic!

    55555 by Adrian A


  • Jose P.Eggs in jail

    11111 by Jose P.


  • Ben B.The bread is highly recommended

    55555 by Ben B.


  • EaterChef Yoni Levy together with pastry chef Brooke Mosley are continuing the traditions of amazing bread, gorgeous fog-friendly food and a laid-back beach vibe.

    55555 by Eater


  • Claire RCaramels are the best things I've ever eaten. Crackly sugar and a mouthful of vanilla.

    55555 by Claire R


  • Claire RQuinoa bowl is great for vegetarians/vegans

    55555 by Claire R


  • SopitasGinger lemon apple cider 🍹🍹🍹

    55555 by Sopitas


  • Rachelle C.Eggs in jail is da bomb! Great sticky bun too!

    55555 by Rachelle C.


  • Jess BCome when they open to avoid extremely long waits for brunch.

    33333 by Jess B


  • Nicholas Fbest brunch in SF. Dinner is excellent, too. You need a car to get yourself out to Ocean Beach, though.

    55555 by Nicholas F


  • Jane EIncredible bread and butter, worth paying for. Dinner and cocktails are also very good, though this spot is best-known for brunch.

    55555 by Jane E


  • Shelly CIt's trendy but can be mellow if you go on off times. The trout dish on dinner menu was too salty! Other dishes were nice. Yummy bread

    55555 by Shelly C


  • Nora TaranoGet here, at the latest, 1 hour before closing. Otherwise, you might not get to eat!

    33333 by Nora Tarano


  • Henri LirianiEggs in jail is great!

    33333 by Henri Liriani


  • Chloe DWait is long but worth it!

    55555 by Chloe D


  • Ben M.Save yourself! Don't waste your time. Overpriced mediocre food after over and hour wait with wait staff that could care less. One of the few places I can say would never go back.

    11111 by Ben M.


  • Iris H.Delicious cocktails always. Walk ins for dinner available, but usually at the counter which is cool!

    55555 by Iris H.


  • Paulo D.Stop fucking around. Order a fucking grilled cheese and shut the fuck up.

    22222 by Paulo D.


  • Tagel CHot apple cider with bourbon is great.

    55555 by Tagel C


  • Grace S.Eggs and hummus!

    55555 by Grace S.


  • Chefs Feed"The flavors are always unique and well-balanced, and the ingredients they use are so fresh." Chef Evan Rich

    55555 by Chefs Feed


  • Elnar MХорошее место для завтрака, красивое внутри, много людей

    55555 by Elnar M


  • Marshall S.Cornbread Benedict recommended in Bon Appetit magazine

    55555 by Marshall S.


  • Ting AFresh feeling brunch place to go. Egg in the jail is great. Their bread itself is excellent.

    55555 by Ting A


  • Adrian PhillipsHour wait on the weekend but it's worth it. Their Bloody Mary is exceptional, felafel & eggs was good and the salted caramel for dessert was a small, but powerful treat for the end of your meal.

    55555 by Adrian Phillips


  • Jie YingThe food was okay only. Not worth the long queue

    22222 by Jie Ying


  • Anastasiia DLamb stew was pretty good )

    55555 by Anastasiia D


  • Ryan M.Dutch pancakes are definitely the way to go for brunch!

    55555 by Ryan M.


  • Outerlands MNow open 7 days, and serving breakfast M-F as well as weekend brunch!

    55555 by Outerlands M


  • ShaenaGrilled cheese is amazing! 😍 good coffee too.

    55555 by Shaena


  • Kiana LynnOverlooked as an equally amazing dinner spot. Inventive and tasty dishes! Great wines.

    55555 by Kiana Lynn


  • Donna Ddefinitely different! great offerings for vegetarian diet..fabulous breads!

    55555 by Donna D


  • Renee BudakThe brunch was delicious. They have outside seating, so you can bring your dog if you want to.

    55555 by Renee Budak


  • Sherry L.Kinda overrated and snooty service. Overpriced soup for sure. Sandwiched looked amazing though.

    33333 by Sherry L.


  • Craig V.Good Bloody Mary, eggs in jail. They take coffee seriously (Chemex) & I appreciate that.

    55555 by Craig V.


  • Allison Y.Anything with their homemade bread is beyond amazing. If you don't get the eggs in jail, be sure to get a side of their levain toast

    55555 by Allison Y.


  • Ali A.Perfect brunch for those craving pastry-based brunch (corn bread, Dutch pancakes, quiche)

    55555 by Ali A.


  • Yev P.Try the steak!

    55555 by Yev P.


  • Dor AA week later and I am still dreaming of the dutch pancake... the Ricotta was excellent as well. 

    55555 by Dor A


  • Renee BudakI had a delicious egg sandwich with asparagus and mushrooms.

    55555 by Renee Budak


  • Sarah M.This place really does live up to the hype. Their menu is fantastic and the pastries are great. The chocolate chip cookie is among the best I've ever had.

    55555 by Sarah M.


  • Thomas G.Great service from the friendly, knowledgeable bartenders!

    55555 by Thomas G.


  • Erik W.Rice porridge is a surprise hit. Also the breakfast potatoes!

    55555 by Erik W.


  • Grace S.I liked the open faced sandwiches (asparagus mushroom) better than the eggs in jail!

    33333 by Grace S.


  • Rachel E.I really enjoyed the eggs in jail - it seems like they make have seasonal variations. I really enjoyed the bourbon spiked ginger lemon apple cider, I had it iced.

    55555 by Rachel E.


  • Caroline CochranEggs in jail

    11111 by Caroline Cochran


  • Paul RBrunch (Timeout best)

    55555 by Paul R


  • Ben R.Brunch is hard to wait two hours for. Go for dinner.

    33333 by Ben R.


  • Sha A.excellent food. a relaxed atmosphere. great service! love this place.

    55555 by Sha A.


  • Lily KwongBusy weekends

    55555 by Lily Kwong


  • Amy YLove the sandwiches, fresh bread, and beer pairings

    55555 by Amy Y


  • Jesse GibbsEggs in jail are amazing!

    33333 by Jesse Gibbs


  • The Tastes that Make the CityThe dutch pancakes are the best pancakes in SF, making our list of "The Tastes That Make the City: SF Edition."

    55555 by The Tastes that Make the City


  • Brad FriedmanBe prepared for a totally worthwhile wait. Try the sticky bun first. Then, it's all good.

    55555 by Brad Friedman


  • SFGateThis beachside favorite still puts together fabulous daytime menus throughout the week (and not as crowded as dinner); eggs are aplenty on weekends.

    55555 by SFGate


  • Jenny Q.This place is good but overhyped. Long wait even at 2pm and the eggs in jail was a tad too runny. The bread is great though

    33333 by Jenny Q.


  • Thabata GuerraAmazing breakfest.

    55555 by Thabata Guerra


  • Michelle L.You can buy a loaf of bread for $6

    33333 by Michelle L.


  • Derek B.The pork and potatoes for brunch is ah-may-zing.

    55555 by Derek B.


  • Andrey PlaksinGreat choice of breakfast

    55555 by Andrey Plaksin


  • Tiffany T.That fry bread though. So amazing! If something is on the menu with fry bread, order it!

    55555 by Tiffany T.


  • John D.Love this place. The seafood is always on point. Cocktails are delicious. My favorite restaurant in SF so far.

    55555 by John D.


  • Christopher U.They stop taking reservations at 2 for brunch.

    33333 by Christopher U.


  • Stephanie L.Leave your name down and then take a walk or a bike ride on the beach. Killer ingredients make for killer food and drinks.

    55555 by Stephanie L.


  • squeaselCome here when you're not hungry, or put in your name and get cinnamon toast from trouble coffee. Tasty food, drinks, and soups, but no one needs to wait this long for food.

    55555 by squeasel


  • Kathy L.The sticky bun is a gooey combo of banana, walnuts and (optionally) bacon. But really who would get it without the bacon?

    55555 by Kathy L.


  • Jason F.dutch pancakes

    55555 by Jason F.


  • jon n.Put name on list. Pass out from hunger. When you come to, your table might be ready.

    33333 by jon n.


  • Chris LeeTIL duck ragout ≠ duck ragu. It's a stew.

    55555 by Chris Lee


  • Oleg ZhogloAdd your name to the list then walk down to the beach, no need to stand around and wait.

    33333 by Oleg Zhoglo


  • Alex K.Best bread in SF - tartine style. Get the grilled cheese and soup - outstanding.

    55555 by Alex K.


  • SFistGet the dutch pancakes cooked in cast iron, slow cooked farm eggs and cracked farro grits, and of course, the signature Eggs in Jail.

    55555 by SFist


  • dan s.Cubano sandwich, add an egg.

    55555 by dan s.


  • Elaine L.Wanted to try this place forever since there was so much hype. Did not live up to expectations - esp. with that 2.5 hr wait on Sunday. But I did like that British ginger ale they had in a bottle.

    33333 by Elaine L.


  • AFAR MediaI dream about their open-faced fried egg and bacon sandwich. They top it with provolone cheese and Anaheim peppers, and sometimes on Sundays they’ll throw on some portobello mushrooms.

    55555 by AFAR Media


  • Agatha Y.On Sunday, go there before it opens, put your name down and walk over to trouble coffee next door to get your morning brew.

    33333 by Agatha Y.


  • Anna J.Eggs in jail and pork hash with eggs are so so good; fresh ingredients,super flavors and delicious.Dutch pancake with pork sausage is good, I would not order it a second time though.I love this place!

    55555 by Anna J.


  • Abhishek K.Best brunch place in sf

    55555 by Abhishek K.


  • C. Eloise LimGrilled cheese sandwich on tasty levain. Nice casual feel place.

    55555 by C. Eloise Lim


  • Scott S.They really eggcel at brunch. Split some eggs in jail and dutch pancakes with your boo thang.

    33333 by Scott S.


  • SFistA sea-bleached wood ambiance and salt air lend that special touch to the city's most fog-shrouded brunch. (Warning: Long lines, anywhere up to three hours, are not uncommon.)

    55555 by SFist


  • Sarah S.The salads – Persimmon & Compressed Fennel and the Warm Chicories – were our favorites, and the Kabocha Soup, the Octopus, and the Carolina Gold Congee all made us swoon!

    55555 by Sarah S.


  • Amber Loweygrilled cheese = $6.50

    55555 by Amber Lowey


  • Alyssa FooteGet the savory Dutch pancakes and a side of cornbread, too! If the line is too long, head down the street to Devil's Teeth to kill some time with a delicious coffee.

    55555 by Alyssa Foote


  • Scott Wilsonhot lemon ginger apple cider

    55555 by Scott Wilson


  • Vinnie N.Mostly vegetarian... Wasn't bad tho...

    33333 by Vinnie N.


  • Iris H.Hazelnut financier dessert was soooo delicious!!!

    55555 by Iris H.


  • Yasemin DWell worth the drive. I wish I could eat this food every day, please publish a cookbook :)

    55555 by Yasemin D


  • Runqiu CaiGet the peach sticky bun and eggs in jail

    33333 by Runqiu Cai


  • Jonas G.Closed for renovation. Opening TBD (Mar 8)

    33333 by Jonas G.


  • Chito P.the grilled cheese. wow

    55555 by Chito P.


  • Jenn C.MARCH 1, 2014 - Still closed for construction, just FYI

    33333 by Jenn C.


  • timoni w.Bike out here on Sundays for brunch. Put your name down and go to Trouble Coffee & get toast while you wait—it's going to be an hour. Let someone else order the Dutch pancake; get the eggs yourself.

    33333 by timoni w.


  • Tim M.Pork shoulder open sandwich is the bomb. Just the right amount of spicy and the bread is great!

    55555 by Tim M.


  • Sunny NDutch pancakes are amazing.

    55555 by Sunny N


  • Mei C.No wait on a Tuesday lunch

    55555 by Mei C.


  • Bridget M.Long wait on Saturday, but grab a beer and sit in the parklet and time will fly. Grilled cheese and beef curry sandwich are excellent choices.

    55555 by Bridget M.


  • Rochelle WWent here. We left because the amount of time it took for them to come back to our table to take our order we had already decided to leave.

    22222 by Rochelle W


  • Josh W.Meh. Not worth the line. Tried the Dutch pancakes, but they are rather small. Also had the fried egg sandwich w ham - delicious, but could have a similar experience elsewhere without the wait. (:

    33333 by Josh W.


  • Erin O.If you like waiting and waiting and waiting, this is the place for you.

    33333 by Erin O.


  • Shannon G.So glad no one mentioned that they only serve brunch on Sunday. So glad I wasted my time coming out here to NOT get eggs in jail.

    33333 by Shannon G.


  • Dan D.If ur coming on a Sunday for brunch, be prepared for a long long long wait. Like 2 -2.5 hours. For reals! #noyoke

    33333 by Dan D.


  • Kris V.Try the grilled cheese with bacon - #kvpinmybelly : Amazing cheese over crusty bread. Had kitchen add bacon. Also, the Yukon potato soup w/ bacon oil was yummy!

    55555 by Kris V.


  • Scott A.Don't come here on a Saturday. Brunch is Sunday-only, so you'll be waiting for an hour and a half for a very limited lunch menu.

    33333 by Scott A.


  • Mark WLagunitas IPA in a Mason jar, drip coffee to finish. hipster vibe

    55555 by Mark W


  • Dave H.Get here by 9:30 and put your name on the list, otherwise you'll be waiting a good 30-1hr for breakfast.

    33333 by Dave H.


  • Travel + LeisureAt lunch there is a little menu of simple good things: a sandwich of ripe tomatoes and roasted eggplant; bourbon-laced apple cider to guard against the sea-breeze chill.

    55555 by Travel + Leisure


  • David R.Make the trip out here. Then put your name down and grab coffee at Trouble two doors down. Now try the bread baked fresh on site and order literally anything because its all so good. You just won SF.

    55555 by David R.


  • F T.Slow cooked eggs with grit is yummy! Very light and flavorful. Dutch pancake with fig is to die for.

    55555 by F T.


  • Adrian B.Have the eggs in jail...#9 on 7x7's Big Eat SF 2012! Watch out for tsunami warnings!

    33333 by Adrian B.


  • Jeffrey W.A hidden gem! Perfect date place.

    55555 by Jeffrey W.


  • Frank N.Get there early to put your name on the list and grab a coffee at Trouble.

    55555 by Frank N.


  • Sean S.Try the Levain Encrusted King Salmon - Outerlands is outer this world!

    55555 by Sean S.


  • Natala M.truly delicious. the bread is awesome -- but SKIP it, so you have more room for the food. which is beyond amazing.

    55555 by Natala M.


  • EaterThe bread, made in the Tartine style, is worth the trip alone, but don't overlook chef Brett Cooper's phenomenal soups or his inspired use of farm fresh produce. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Fred C.Bailed. They crossed us off the list without calling us. Then they failed to fix the problem.

    11111 by Fred C.


  • AlisaNo reservations. Be prepared to wait.

    55555 by Alisa


  • TiziaSweet Dutch pancakes with ricotta. Not crazy about the eggs in jail- a little on the dry side (and also boring)

    33333 by Tizia


  • Kelly S.Hour and a half wait and counting. Eat before you come here to eat.

    33333 by Kelly S.


  • Arbab H.All the food is great. Get the coffee pot to share!

    55555 by Arbab H.


  • heathr g.The chocolate chip cookie is worthwhile. And I'm picky bout that. I've baked over 50k choc chip cookies.

    55555 by heathr g.


  • Donald W.Fish stew after a long day is great (3 of 4 petals via Fondu)

    55555 by Donald W.


  • Brian S.7x7's Big Eat 2012 says the eggs in jail are delicious. Yum!

    55555 by Brian S.


  • jonathan g.vegetarians try the grilled cheese sandwich

    55555 by jonathan g.


  • Beau S.Get the Dutch pancake filled with a salad and topped with a poached egg. Add bacon if your eyes are bigger than your stomach.

    55555 by Beau S.


  • Beau S.Recipe for success: Put your name in, get coffee at Trouble, walk to the beach. Upon return, if you got marked as a "no show" just tell 'em and you'll be first in line!

    33333 by Beau S.


  • Lyndsey J.Delicious, a wee bit expensive, and lovely wood walled interior. Expect to wait a while for brunch, but the Dinner wait, even on Friday or Saturday, is not long.

    55555 by Lyndsey J.


  • daniel WChemex drip coffee. Yum

    55555 by daniel W


  • gooeylouieThe bread here is the tartine recipe.

    55555 by gooeylouie


  • Melissa G.Grilled cheese. Fog. Ginger lemon apple cider. Share. Snuggle.

    55555 by Melissa G.


  • Darshy N.For brunch get the open faced egg sandwiches, baked eggs or the dutch pancakes. But come early, or expect to wait for an hour in rush hour brunch times.

    55555 by Darshy N.


  • EnroutTry the hot apple cider and live like a local on Enrout

    55555 by Enrout


  • jennifer h.one of my favorite spots in sf. i love the eggs in jail and the dutch pancake. service is so sweet, especially the guy with long curly hair. so adorable that i just wanted to hug him.

    55555 by jennifer h.


  • Kyle M.This is the new face of restaurants: the best ingredients, the boldest flavors and the MOST laid-back of settings. Order at the counter so table service becomes much easier on the staff. Extra seating

    55555 by Kyle M.


  • Kara M.Cardamom carrot cake! You'll be glad you did.

    55555 by Kara M.


  • Chris sOpen face sandwiches are the best

    55555 by Chris s


  • Michael D.Come here for lunch on a drizzly weekday afternoon. So cozy.

    55555 by Michael D.


  • Emily L.Dining for 2? Eat outside! Heat lamps are warm & blankets are avail by the door :)

    33333 by Emily L.


  • Bryan E.The food is "off the chain" everything you order is great! Trust me I've had it all

    55555 by Bryan E.


  • SF WeeklySF Weekly's Best of Winner 2010 - Editorial Pick - BEST RESTAURANT SOUNDTRACK

    55555 by SF Weekly


  • Annie L.Open face sando is my fav!

    55555 by Annie L.


  • Jenn C.Go here. Eat everything. Get dessert. The fog makes everything taste even better.

    55555 by Jenn C.


  • Justin L.Daily Soup without dairy. Just a bowl with the levain is a nice light lunch.

    55555 by Justin L.


  • # ITEggs in jail. Awesome. Can't wait to try everything else. Could easily become my fav spot for Sunday brunch.

    55555 by # IT


  • Mason cTry the Rock'n Moroccan French Toast with a mimosa and an americano.... Heavenly!

    55555 by Mason c


  • Gina P.super tasty homemade food, near trouble coffee. love this spot!

    55555 by Gina P.


  • William H.A bike ride to the ocean and a stop by is a night well done.

    55555 by William H.


  • char z.drink soothing genmaicha waiting for baked eggs (or eggs in jail if you eat bacon).

    33333 by char z.


  • Isa Edutch pancake for breakfast! so much bacon

    55555 by Isa E


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