In case you haven't heard, toast costs a staggering amount of money in San Francisco.
I mean, not if you just buy a bag of Wonder Bread and throw it in a toaster. But we're talking about our city's now-legendary breakfast offering: artisanal toast.
If you spend $4 on a plush slice of Bay Area toast, you'll get a slab of bread that's at least an inch thick and covered with a generous amount of topping, be it some frou-frou hipster crap or just some good old-fashioned cinnamon sugar.
Tony toast has evolved from a widely-mocked trend into a bona fide breakfast staple here. Which means it's worth the high prices, right? Is it?
We set out on a gluttonous gluten binge across Frisco to find out which would be the toast with the most.
TOAST CRAWL RULES:
1. Eat as much toast as your sad human lifeform can stuff in its gaping maw.
2. Approach the toast with a critical eye, like that of Gordon Ramsay, Adam Platt or a baby tasting a lemon for the first time.
3. Don't do drugs and stay in school.