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What to do in San Francisco: SoMa StrEAT Food Park

T+L asked a few of the city’s in-the-know denizens to reveal their favorite haunts.

Jeremy Morony, Software engineer, Carbon Five
Four Barrel Coffee is the spot for socializing. I also like the custom shirts from nearby Taylor Stitch (383 Valencia St.).”

Ayana Ivery, Co-creator, L’Oven Fresh Goods bakery
“At Brenda’s French Soul Food, order the Hangtown fry: a scallion, fried oyster, and bacon scramble of deliciousness served with grits.”

Jason Harper, with sons Kaleb and Jacob, Firefighter
“My kids love flying kites at Crissy Field. I enjoy exploring Fort Point National Historic Site, built in 1861 and still in great condition.”

Meredith Ashcroft, Psychotherapist
“For cocktails, check out Royal Cuckoo (3202 Mission St.). You may catch Paul, one of the owners, playing records from his eclectic collection on the lo-fi sound system.”

Tim Taechotirote, Stylist, the Bellwether Project
“I source vintage ties and pocket squares at Decades of Fashion (1653 Haight St.) and suits at Relic Vintage (1605 Haight St.).”

Amanda Feyerabend, Partner, Compensia (pictured)
“The food trucks change daily at SoMa StrEAT Food Park (428 11th St.), but I always go for the crunchy fish tacos at the Let’s Eat Grill Stop.”

Photo by Robyn Twomey

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