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Monday, September 19, 2011

Bernal Heights' Sandbox Bakery Plans New Restaurant Next Month

Posted By on Mon, Sep 19, 2011 at 3:25 PM

click to enlarge We like Sandbox Bakery's Japanese-style stuffed breads and can't wait to see what the owner will do with a bigger space - AYUKOBA/FLICKR
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  • We like Sandbox Bakery's Japanese-style stuffed breads and can't wait to see what the owner will do with a bigger space

Bernal Heights' popular Sandbox Bakery is planning to expand next month with a new restaurant to be called Eat at 903.

The restaurant -- named after the address, 903 Cortland -- is just across the street from owner Mutsumi Takehara's Sandbox. Takehara, a former pastry chef at the Slanted Door, opened the bakery last year. We're huge fans of its croissants and Japanese-style curry bread.

Plans call for the restaurant to be open for breakfast and lunch, and to sell takeout dinners. We can't wait to see what Takehara does with an expanded menu.

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