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A Local’s Guide To San Francisco, With Luxe And Linen

A Local’s Guide To San Francisco, With Luxe And Linen

When visiting a new city, there’s really nothing like a local’s perspective. You get the inside scoop on the best hangouts, coolest bars, and maybe most importantly, the yummiest food. That’s why we’ve decided to team up with a couple of in-the-know locals to help us find the best of the best when travelling.

San Francisco’s a tricky beast – there’s so much to see and do, it can almost be overwhelming. That’s why it really helps to have a local on your side to help guide you through all the bread bowls, bicycles and bustling tram cars.

AWOL were lucky enough to hang out with SF’s own Luxe and Linen for the day. Eda took us on a little tour of some of the city’s best bakeries, and they look awesome.


#1 Miette, 449 Octavia Street, San Francisco
#2 Mr Holmes Bakehouse, 1042 Larkin Street, San Francisco
#3 Tartine Bakery, 600 Guerrero Street, San Francisco
#4 Bob’s Donut & Pastry Shop, 1621 Polk Street, San Francisco

And what’s a trip to San Francisco without a little culture? Eda was gracious enough to show us some of the coolest art spots across the city too.

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#1 de Young Museum, 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive, San Francisco
#2 Tiled Steps Project, 16th Avenue, San Francisco
#3 Palace of Fine Arts, 3301 Lyon Street, San Francisco
#4 Mission District Murals, 2981 24th St, San Francisco

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(Lead image: Bob’s Donuts)

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