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What if Hi-Lo BBQ's Fried Brussels Sprouts Were an Outfit?

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The days are getting longer and the evenings a tad bit warmer, so where to you go to enjoy a few cold ones and eat that Texas style BBQ you're suddenly craving? The newly-crowned meat masters at the Mission's Hi-Lo BBQ, of course.

Eater SF quickly added the restaurant to its Heatmap shortly after it opened about two months ago. Scott Youkilis (also of Hog & Rocks and Maverick) and Chef Ryan Ostler (also of Broken Record), have made quite an impression serving up home style dishes like the pulled pork sandwich and St. Louis-cut spare ribs.

However, it's a meatless dish (gasp!) that inspires our outfit today: the mouthwatering fried Brussels sprouts, served with a pineapple chili glaze and shallot crisps. The side dish has already turned many heads, and so will you in our sprouts-inspired outfit.

Ace & Jig boardwalk dress, $177; Swedish Hasbeens ornament laser-cut sandal, $109.00
$109.00; Anya Hindmarch Nevis tote, $795.00; Kiehl's Since 1851 Facial Fuel UV Guard sunscreen SPF 50, $38

--by Sara Iravani
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