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The restaurant is open daily from 6:30am - 2pm for breakfast and lunch, and our bar is open daily from 10am to sunset.  Happy Hour is from 4pm - close. Our breakfast menu includes everything from Made-To-Order omelets and hearty breakfast burri... more
A great little cafe out in the avenues. If you're on your way to Baker Beach or Land's End, and you need to find a good local cafe, you can't go wrong at Bazaar. more
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Beacon is all about neighborly hospitality and simple pleasures. We are a coffee shop and general store with thoughtfully made housewares, art objects and pantry items. These are the creature comforts that bring immense joy and abundance to our lives... more
Bean Bag Cafe is a favorite NoPa cafe to eat, drink, and connect with friends. more
Good local coffeeshop that has literary readings periodically. more
Good local coffeeshop that has literary readings periodically. more
BeanStalk is a boutique cafe.  We serve Contraband coffees and offer batch brew (du jour), Pour-over service for any of our coffees (using the Clever Drip system), Aeropress, Ice cold drip brew (approx. 18 hour), and customized espresso shot dri... more
We use organic ingredients in our bagels and bake them in a wood-fired oven. We use the best ingredients we can find and take the utmost pride in the food we make.  more
We use organic ingredients in our bagels and bake them in a wood-fired oven. We use the best ingredients we can find and take the utmost pride in the food we make.  more
Let our professional and knowledgeable staff recommend one of our specialty coffee drinks. Wow! A great vibe. The best coffee I've had ever. A must visit if your in the Little Italy part of Downtown San Jose. We went to Paesano's after for a great... more
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"On the corner of the beautiful and quaint downtown Saratoga, the Bell Tower Bistro is a local favorite spot for breakfast, brunch, lunch and coffee & dessert. Our menu includes a wide variety of breakfast options, crepes, desserts, hot and cold... more
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At Bellano we create an inviting, friendly atmosphere for you to enjoy our outstanding coffee. Each espresso beverage is hand crafted to order by our fun and friendly staff. We blend artistry, science and creativity together to provide a uniquel... more
Beloved Natural Cafe & Organic Juicery image
In our home, the kitchen is always filled with the scent of exotic spice, caramelized onions sautéed in ghee, freshly baked banana bread. In the morning, we make chai, from scratch. A sultry blend of ginger, lemongrass, cinnamon, nutmeg, saffr... more
This is one of the cutest little cafe's on 24th Street.   On a nice day, just take your coffee outside and watch the foot traffic - babies and doggies. more
Welcome to Big E Cafe´! We are an independent family owned coffee house and empanada cafe´. Our goal is to provide the highest quality product and we make every effort to serve all our guests with fast and friendly service. We specialize... more
The Legendary Black Dot Cafe founded in 1998 by the poet Marcel Diallo and ran by the Black Dot Artists' Collective, is a cultural pillar in Oakland, California. In addition to a good soy latté, Black Dot serves up weekly community dialogues,... more
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We're a neighborhood bookstore stocked with of-the-moment titles and gifts that spark curiosity, cdeepen conversations, and build community. more
Have a delicious breakfast and lunch menu. Mellow atmosphere. - G. Freitas  more
2007 Best of Silicon Valley Reader Staff Pick Best Cafe & Juice Bar Inside an Auto Dealership The last place you'd expect to find a great cafe serving healthy foods is inside a car dealership. The artichoke quesadilla is worth the trip, and there... more
Blue Bottle - 2nd Street image
Our 2nd Street cafe is an elegant respite from the hubbub of downtown San Francisco. For over a century, the area has been at the crossroads of the city's past and future; the new Transbay Terminal is the latest example. The glorious multi-tiered hub... more
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Our B Street cafe resides in a landmark Art Deco building that has been a social hub in San Mateo's downtown since 1931. Its many incarnations include cigar store, soda fountain, and clandestine hall for bookmakers taking bets. We designed our cafe w... more
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Much like San Francisco itself, Central Tower is an icon that has undergone many reinventions. Erected in 1897 by entrepreneur and civic leader Claus Spreckels, the skyscraper was one of the first in the city, home to the San Francisco Call newspaper... more
In 1955, Allen Ginsberg wrote a poem, “A Strange New Cottage in Berkeley.” In it, he recounted that amidst the vines obscuring the porch of his new residence, he found a decent coffee pot. He was approximately four blocks from the locatio... more
Located in San Francisco's iconic Ferry Building. Enjoy a hot or iced coffee, find a bench on the waterfront, and watch the ferries glide across the bay. more
Blue Bottle - Hayes Valley Kiosk image
At Blue Bottle Coffee, Artisan Microroasting simply means that we take a hands-on approach to every step possible to discover and preserve the true nature of excellent coffee -- no matter how inconvenient or time-consuming. We take Freshness and s... more
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Our Jackson Square cafe is located in one of San Francisco's landmark neighborhoods. Some of the brick buildings lining the streets date back to the 1850s still don cast-iron shutters originally put there to protect against fires. And while the neigh... more
Located in the elegant 1912 Provident Loan Association building—which makes an appearance in Dashiell Hammett’s pulp fiction classic The Maltese Falcon—this cafe is home to some of our most mysterious and nostalgic coffee gear. The... more
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Once a neglected industrial neighborhood along a salt marsh, Mission Bay hums with new energy, thanks to the thriving UCSF Mission Bay campus, office buildings, and homes. Our cafe beckons the budding community inside, with wraparound windows and a p... more
Founder James Freeman's modest coffee stand at Old Oakland's farmers market was the beginning of Blue Bottle Coffee. Fifteen years later, Blue Bottle returned to this historic place with a spacious new cafe and training lab. Enjoy our single origins... more
Seventies modernism inspires the interior's amber-hued quartz countertops and white oak surfaces; vintage Pioneer speakers add a smooth backdrop of stereophonic sound. Just outside our front door is Alta Park, a blanket of green that covers four city... more
In addition to offering our espresso, blend, and single origin coffees and a sweet and savory spread of snacks, Palo Alto hosts a Cold Bar Menu featuring five ingenious zero-proof coffee cocktail recipes crowdsourced from our brilliant baristas. Last... more
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Nestled in the center of the area known as the Bay Area's Book Row, our Piedmont cafe is within walking distance of four independent bookstores. Locals have long enjoyed this charming neighborhood, which stretches from Mosswood Park (where John Water... more
With white marble tables and floor-to-ceiling windows, this cafe is an inviting meeting place and people-watching perch tucked away in San Francisco’s busy Financial District. We serve espresso drinks, pour over coffee, and a delicious array of... more
This cafe debuts our first-ever bar for mixed coffee drinks, Cold Bar, where single origins, Oji, and cold brew will be alternatingly shaken or stirred in various cocktail-inspired preparations. At another counter, our first MAVAM espresso machine ma... more
Blue Bottle - Stanford image
In the early 1950s, Stanford University turned sixty-two acres of its hay fields into the bustling Stanford Shopping Center, which immediately became a classic of the genre. Today it's wonderfully defied the rise of online shopping, remaining a vital... more
Blue Bottle - Sutter Street image
In 1917, the Hallidie Building on San Francisco's Sutter Street became the first structure in North America with a glass curtain wall. Breathtaking even today, this kind of floating facade is now the norm, but back then, a non-load bearing wall for a... more
Our Temescal neighborhood cafe is just 2.5 miles from our Oakland headquarters—a proximity that enables quite a bit of dreaming and experimentation. In addition to our normal menu of drip coffee, iced coffee, and espresso, our baristas craft a... more
A classic coffee house, the only one of its kind on Clement Street. There is a lively yet relaxed air about the place, a testament to the kind of youngish crowd that frequents Blue Danube. The music is usually very good and there are a couple of tabl... more
Blue dot cafe and coffee bar was founded by James and Megan Hume to bring high quality food and beverages to the neighborhood. We are committed to great service. We want everyone, of all ages, to feel comfortable at our place. We want blue dot to be... more