Eat SF : Batter Up!

Life in SF, Restaurants

One evening while we were in search of a quick neighborhood meal, Batter Up SF came up in our search. Having never heard of it before, we had to check it out. Upon driving by, we found that it was a newly opened spot that consisted of a takeout window squeezed between two existing restaurant spaces.

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A menu scribbled onto a chalkboard next to the window listed off the deep-fried delights that this joint offered. A wide variety of links that could be turned into corn dogs and the combinations offered. You could also make it a combo by adding chips and a drink for $1.00.

Batter Up SF

Another menu listed off the battered deep fried desserts offered: Twinkies, Oreos, Snickers. You know, the usual carnival fare in a non-carnival location. One of the specials for the day was a deep fried Reese’s Cup, so I went for one of those and a Double Play!

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Yes, a corn dog almost the size of my head!

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  • Sandy Braz

    this place looks dangerous! i could spend some serious time in there  :P

    • suki

      it’s just a stand, thankfully, so you have to order and find somewhere to eat. otherwise, i would be inside ordering everything. ;)

  • Aimee

    I love those good luck cats, they are so cute. It’s been so long since I have had anything deep fried on a stick. I’m getting a bit hungry thinking about it! :) Looks like a fun place!

  • neil

    Is that a trick of perspective, or is that corndog really as big as your head?

    • suki

      It’s ALMOST as big as my head! I got a double play, which is two different sausages inside of the corn dog. :)

  • abby

    This place looks yummy but at the same time yummy! At the OC fair I didn’t get to try anything fried but the onions and well it would be nice to try stuff that I missed out on!

  • Linda

    So big, that corndog! I want!

    • suki

      The best part is that there are two different types of sausage in that. You can get a double play or even a TRIPLE play, which is three different sausage types.

      • Linda

        Triple play of course.

  • terra

    AMAZING. And also probably dangerous, bust mostly delicious.

  • blueviolet

    OH wow! What amazing goodies they have there!