Wherever you are in San Francisco / Bay Area, you’re not far from a good cup of joe, and Voice Places can help you find any coffeehouse in town. Professional reviews and user reviews from the town’s most ardent java lovers make it easy to choose the best location for caffeination.
If you're going to spring several bucks for a coffee these days, it ought to be perfectly made and served in an interesting coffeehouse space. Four... More »
Not a restaurant per se, but a walk-up counter where you can score good coffee and fancy artisanal doughnuts. Dynamo Donut and Coffee specializes in... More »
Everybody loves a good slice of pie, and this homey little cooperative not only fills its impeccably buttery crusts adroitly and delectably, it also fills them... More »
Located just across the street from Washington Square, this homey, friendly bistro is one of North Beach's primo hangouts. The maple bar and its gleaming brass... More »
Modest, friendly triangular-shaped cafe, with tiled floor, wooden tables and chairs, a couch, and counters looking out on Columbus, tries to be everything for the... More »
Knowledgeable hands took over the lease of the venerable St. Francis Fountain, in continuous operation from 1918 to 2002, and spiffed it up into a... More »
What's not to love about Atlas Cafe? With strong coffee and delicious California-style menu selections, this cool little spot, located in the heart of the... More »
Opened the year after the 1906 earthquake, the Savoy Tivoli has seen a lot of changing faces over the past century -- and if you spend enough time in this old... More »
Ray Bradbury had a cool way of coming up with story ideas. He would surround himself with knickknacks, collectibles, junk, stuff, gimcrack, paraphernalia, chattels, and things, and then he would come up with a memory he had of his own life and somehow try to plug one of the objects in the room around that memory. Then he wrote. I always think about that when I go to Van Kleef's in Downtown...
After seven months in a tent in front of its brick-and-mortar space on Divisadero, The Mill officially opened its doors last week. By its second hour on opening day, the line was stacked deep and people looked antsy. The new spot from Josey Baker and Jeremy Tooker (Four Barrel) is a combination bakery and café, a welcome marriage of Four Barrel's reliably delicious coffee and Baker's...
We love it when authors from other countries come out with translations — especially if they're wildly innovative, culty authors who have yet to be translated in English. Take France's Arno Bertina. If this guy were from San Francisco you'd be all over him; he'd be speaking at Porchlight and curating art shows in between "in conversation" events at Herbst Theater. Witness: His book...
great food, never disappoints. wide variety of a selection of choicesRead Full Review
They have really good cookies and they take pre-orders so you can pick up and not wait in line, if there is one!Read Full Review
Great little cafe. They have really good fresh foods and make a mean cappuccino.Read Full Review
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