good enough to eat


Magnetron at Pier 39 is a cramped, touristy little shop tucked away behind the carousel. I expected the typical San Francisco-type magnets, or the ones that look like mini license plates with people’s names.

Those were there in force, but these food magnets are what caught my eye–and created a little rumble in my stomach!

Yes, they look real, but they’re not! (Boo.)




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