Brooke Mosley at Outerlands

Bio

Brooke Mosley is the pastry chef for Outerlands. Before moving to Atlanta, she got word that Brett Cooper was looking for a pastry chef at Outerlands, the self-proclaimed only restaurant she’d move to San Francisco for. And move she did, joining the restaurant as the pastry chef, she won devotees with sophisticated, singular food that doesn’t lose the sense of fun from back at the snack bar.

Behind the Scenes

Chef Brooke Mosley reviews  at post.venue.name
"Ollie Ollie Oxen Free (but, no one knows you're hiding) 🙈🙈🙈can you see me? do you know I'm here?"
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Chef Brooke Mosley reviews  at post.venue.name
"I chew in iambic pentameter I stick this ass in your air Fuzzy navel, chicken dinner Four tires and you're spared ///// Eschewed in iambic pentameter Aesthetic science in your air Buzzy bees-y life's sweet easy I'm tired and you're so scared //////// Hit snooze in iambic pentameter Your smell's all in my hair For a moment, world's been lifted And no one, not one human, would even know to care"
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Chef Brooke Mosley reviews  at post.venue.name
"I gave some thought last night to the concept of feeling "settled" as I was watching Game of Thrones (which was generally unsettling. and I was actually unable to concentrate, tbh) truth is, I don't think I've ever felt that way. And do creative people ever really feel that way? and is that something we should consider, even? without losing the real substance of our passions and crafts, whatever they might be? Can someone be creative and settled/fulfilled without some colossal sacrifice - one that may affect the truth in your work? when you've spent a lifetime focusing on being true in your expression of yourself, do you miss too much other stuff? when is it too late to enjoy said other stuff? does the other stuff even "matter"? Does anything? What matters to you? and am I too late? did I get it all wrong? free advice: when you put your head down to make your way creatively in this world, don't stop paying attention to life itself. and I'd say this mostly means YOU and you know, LIVING (I need help here too. what is "living"?)"
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Chef Brooke Mosley reviews  at post.venue.name
"the other day, someone who *some would consider an expert in our field, and *others would consider someone who *beat the system, told me I'd starve to death if I followed my dreams what does it mean to feel like you do or do not deserve to be successful? ("deserve") like you're owed something based on something...tangible? intangible? up for interpretation? like you're owed anything ever? and what is "success" anyway? and tonight, I found myself in conversation about human obliviousness and the fleeting concept of self awareness until this ribeye was colder than my toes this summer and then I ate it anyway. As is. And standing up. And then I poured more wine and walked quietly from one room to another, because I know the sound of stomping shoed feet. *like I'd ever tell you"
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Chef Brooke Mosley reviews  at post.venue.name
"so, twirl on them players and just hate their "babe" #🍅#🍃"
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From My Menu

Chef Sarah Rich reviews Grilled cheese sandwich at Outerlands
$$ | Modern, | American
Outer Sunset
2 Reviews
"This may be the best grilled cheese ever—it might be the bread. The soups are always perfectly balanced and seasoned, too."
Chef Richie Nakano reviews Chocolate chip cookie at Outerlands
$$ | Modern, | American
Outer Sunset
1 Review
"Brooke Mosley makes a dense and chewy chocolate chip cookie with the perfect amount of salt. If I have them in my house, I'll eat them for breakfast. They're almost too good to put out for Santa."
Chef Evan Rich reviews Any soup at Outerlands
$$ | Modern, | American
Outer Sunset
1 Review
"The flavors are always unique and well-balanced, and the ingredients they use are so fresh."