- Breakfast: Greek omelet with portobello mushrooms, pesto, and feta cheese
- Sandwich: California—avocado, sprouts, onions, provolone cheese, tomato, and pesto on a roll
- Drink: Draft beer
- Dessert: Bonita—a sweet crepe filled with nutella and bananas; order it with a scoop of ice cream.
Where to Sit: When the weather is nice, try to get one of the tables outside the café, and if it’s cold, sit inside near the fireplace. If it’s somewhere in between, see if the staff will let you straddle the doorway in order to get the best of both worlds.
When to Go: Happy hour lasts from 3 to 10 p.m. and features beers for $2.50 on weekdays or just $2 on the weekends.
While You’re Waiting: Check out the local artwork that hangs from the café’s walls which ranges from mixed media to photography.
Inside Tip: The cafe only accepts cash, but thankfully there is an onsite ATM.
While You’re in the Neighborhood
Before: Look at violin maker Roland Feller’s collection of rare and contemporary violins, violas, cellos, and bows (551 Divisadero Street).
After: Dance to the live music while surrounded by pieces and installations from local artists at Madrone Art Bar (500 Divisadero Street), a gallery, music venue, and cocktail lounge rolled into one.
If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Grab a cup of coffee and an air pump at Mojo Bicycle Café (639 Divisadero Street), a cyclist-friendly coffee house that’s part bike shop.