$10 for $20 Worth of Coffee, Baked Goods, and Cafe Eats at Café Ponte

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In a Nutshell

  • Fresh-baked goods and fair-trade coffee
  • Bonus half off cookies, granola, or whole-wheat bread to take home
  • Free WiFi

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Promotional value expires Mar 3, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person per visit. No purchase limit. If you spend the entire Groupon, you also get 50% off any bag of cookies, bag of granola, or loaf of whole-wheat bread. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Fuel up on organic fair trade coffees and homemade treats and eats at Café Ponte. Today's Groupon gets you $20 worth of cappuccinos, coffee, pancakes, and paninis for just $10. Plus, if you spend your whole Groupon, you get half off any bag of delectable cookies, house-recipe granola, or a loaf of fresh baked whole-wheat bread. Bring your best bud and a couple of empty bellies to fill up on this deal.

Free WiFi for customers makes Café Ponte the perfect spot for a leisurely lunch or a morning destination for caffeine refills. Stop in as early as 6:30 a.m. on weekdays for wholesome granola and fruit. Make yourself at home, check your email, and indulge your taste buds with a full menu of fresh, comforting dishes. Take your bacon-loving boss out for Café Ponte's BLT California (dry-cured applewood smoked bacon, mayo, lettuce, tomato, and avocado on fresh bread from their bakery) or cure the rainy-day blues with a warm and flaky chicken potpie. Ask about Café Ponte's quiche specials, and don't forget the cookies. Café Ponte offers a variety of fresh-baked cookies every day, from old standbys such as chocolate chip, ginger snap, and peanut butter to delicate meringues, indulgent chocolate-filled almond cookies, and the ever-intense chocolate–chocolate chip.

Café Ponte is open 6:30 a.m.–6 p.m. on Monday through Friday, 7 a.m.–5 p.m. on Saturday, and 8 a.m.–5 p.m. on Sunday. Stop in, stay for a while, and stock up on discount goodies to take home.

Reviews

SFist can't get enough of Café Ponte. Yelpers give the quaint cafe three stars, and Citysearchers give it four stars:

  • We recently discovered Cafe Ponte, which knocked us the heck out...and we keep going back...It's small. The staff is super-friendly. Most of what you eat (baked goods, breads, etc) is prepared on the premises. – SFist Jer, SFist
  • I'm a sucker for house granola parfaits, tofu hummus sandwiches on house wheat bread (with a side salad!) and free internet. – Jason B., Yelp
  • I can read or work there for hours, and nobody ever makes me feel rushed to leave so they can turn a table...There are always lots of locals and interesting art to be enjoyed. – Barry G., Yelp
  • We went there last weekend, and had the most delicious strawberry-rhubarb crumble! It was fresh made and really tasty!...everything is home made there...And we had the pleasure to eat outside on a sunny day... priceless! – coucou33, Citysearch

Bacon’s Fall From Grace

America has steadily grown tired of bacon, the meat that was once America’s most popular movie actor. Bacon’s popularity peaked in 1934, when it co-starred with Shirley Temple in the Depression-era musical Baby Loves Bacon. When Bacon appeared with Temple in more than 25 movies during the following two years, America began to grow tired of the delicious meat’s overexposure and increasingly erratic public behavior. Bacon’s career was effectively ended in 1936, when tawdry photographs of bacon and its young costar were published in gossip magazines of the day. Although bacon can still be found in a variety of sandwiches, bacon’s heyday as one of America’s most popular stars is long gone.

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Café Ponte

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Customer Reviews

Excellent food!
Rachel R. · October 24, 2012
Good food, nice enviroment
Alexander R. · August 6, 2012
Friendly staff, great atmosphere
Amy R. · March 22, 2012
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    San Francisco, California 94114

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