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Devil's Teeth Baking Company

Devil's Teeth Baking Company is a small neighborhood breakfast place and bakery,located in the Outer Sunset area of San Francisco,that the locals would have liked to keep to themselves.The word is out that they make the best breakfast sandwiches in the world and their Beignets,which they bake only on Sundays,are a good reason to abandon the idea of a lazy Sunday morning at home and head for your share of sweet,powdery deliciousness.

The sandwiches are not complicated,just eggs and cheese in a biscuit-but what a biscuit!Freshly made every morning,flakey and soft,and big enough to keep the whole mess together.Their Beignets are so popular that they published the recipe online and people still keep coming in for their share.Don't look for a dining space,there is none,just a small cute park with a few benches in front of the store,or visitors can walk with their loot to Ocean Beach,which is only a few blocks away.

California Academy of Sciences

The California Academy of Sciences is an incredible museum with exhibits for children of all ages.Early Explorers Cove,designed for kids ages 0-5 features a miniature garden,toys,live animals and dress-up costumes.Discovery Tidepool lets children touch sea animals.Earthquake Shake House is meant for children 3 and up while Planetarium shows are suitable for children ages 7 and up.

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Mocha is an interactive museum which lets children play,paint,sculpt and interact with one another.Open Studio,open on Fridays and Saturdays,lets you create art using diverse materials and technical instruction offered by the teaching artist.If you are planning a weekend trip close to a major holiday,you’ll be able to join an ARTventure,offered on Saturdays.

San Francisco Zoo&Gardens

Take your children to the San Francisco Zoo where they can see unique animals,ride a miniature steam train,play on the playground,and explore beautiful year-round gardens.There are many exciting exhibits that let kids learn about animals and ecosystems from around the world,such as Australian kangaroos,bears and monkeys.The zoo is home to the largest outdoor lemur habitat in the country,Penguin Island,Lion House,Eagle Island,Insect Zoo,Gorilla Preserve and the Sea Lion Pool.Head to Greenie’s Conservation Corner where children can learn about energy conservation,and other sustainable practices.