Bakeries in San Francisco, CA

$12 for Four Groupons, Each Valid for $5 Worth of Cookies at Mrs. Fields SF ($20 Value)

Mrs. Fields SF

San Francisco State University

Freshly baked cookies made with real butter, whole eggs, and special chocolate blends

$5 $3

One, Two, Three, or Four Dozen Mini Cupcakes at Mission Minis (Up to 50% Off)

Mission Minis


Bite-size cupcakes in flavors such as Peanut Butter Kiss, Swiss Almond Coconut, Vegan Banana Maple, and many more

$24 $13

$9 for $16 Worth of Pastries, Café Food, and Drinks at Sweetie Pies

Sweetie Pies

Cental Napa

The bakery café serves paninis, wraps, savory tarts, and individual-size pies and dessert bars

$16 $9

Macarons, Cupcakes, and Baked Goods at Marley's Treats (Up to 40% Off). Three Options Available.

Marley's Treats

Marley's Treats

S’mores cupcakes, strawberry cheesecake macarons, and other sweet treats prepared from scratch are ideal for special or everyday occassions

$20 $12

$10 for $18 Worth of Cakes — Sweetart Creative Baking

Sweetart Creative Baking

San Francisco

From the merchant: Six cake pops from Sweetart Creative Baking for $10. Add cake pops to your party for creative individual servings.

$18 $10

One Free Bag Of Cookies with Purchase of 3 Bags of Fortune Cookies at Tom's Bakery

Tom's Bakery


For $1, receive One Free Bag Of Cookies with Purchase of 3 Bags of Fortune Cookies

$3 $1

15% Off Up to $100 Purchase at Gerry's Cakes

Gerry's Cakes

Downtown Menlo Park

For $1, receive 15% Off Up to $100 Purchase

$5 $1

10% Off Purchase of $100 or More at Gerry's Cakes

Gerry's Cakes

Downtown Menlo Park

For $2, receive 10% Off Purchase of $100 or More

$10 $2

$15 Off When you spend $75 or More at Tom's Bakery at Tom's Bakery

Tom's Bakery


For $2, receive $15 off When you spend $75 or More at Tom’s Bakery

$0 $2

$15 for $25 Worth of Gluten-Free Breakfast Foods and Snacks from Bakery On Main

Bakery On Main

Online Deal

Gluten-, dairy-, and casein-free products like granola, oatmeal, Nut Crunch mixes, and granola bars that are great for breakfast or snacking

$25 $15

$20 Off Any Purchase of $100 or More at Tom's Bakery

Tom's Bakery


For $2, receive $20 off Any Purchase of $100 or More

$0 $2

Ice Cream, Shakes, and Ice-Cream Sandwiches at Three Twins Ice Cream (Up to 42% Off). Three Options Available.

Three Twins Ice Cream

Fisherman's Wharf

Ice cream made with local, organic ingredients is used to create hand-rolled cones, sundaes, shakes, and more

$10 $6

$18 for Three Groupons, Each Good for One 16-Ounce Organic Cold-Pressed Juice at Lite Bite ($26.85 Total Value)

Lite Bite

Cow Hollow

Fresh, organic, cold-pressed juices packed with vitamins and other nutrients

$8.95 $6

Coffee, Cafe Drinks, and Locally Made Pastries at The Temporarium (Up to 40% Off)

The Temporarium

Noe Valley

Boutique coffee shop with beautiful equipment, unique atmosphere, high-quality drinks, and pastries that are made locally

$5 $3

$12 for $20 Worth of Happy-Hour Specials or Sunday Brunch with Drinks for Two at Gaslamp Cafe

Gaslamp Cafe


Chicken wings, shrimp tacos, Anchor Brewing Co. beer, and global wines at happy hour; veggie scrambles, burgers, and bloody marys at brunch

$20 $12

$25 for $40 Worth of Tea and Accessories at Vital Tea Leaf

Vital Tea Leaf

Multiple Locations

Complimentary tastings help customers find their favorite from a selection of more than 400 tea blends

$40 $25

15% Off Afternoon Tea and More for Two at Dolce Amore

Dolce Amore

Civic Center

For $1, receive 15% Off Afternoon Tea and More for Two

$0 $1

One-Day Juice Cleanse or Three Groupons, Each Good for Three Pressed Juices at Elixiria (Up to 23% Off)



Juice experts use In-house pressed fruits, vegetables and other goodies that are all natural, raw, and vegan to create delicious drinks

$10.75 $8.33

Two or Four Groupons for Comfort Cuisine and Drinks, Valued at $10 Each at All Star Cafe (Up to 40% Off)

All Star Cafe


Dine from a menu of breakfast and lunch items such as donuts, veggie omelettes, fried chicken, and bacon cheeseburgers

$10 $6

12 Ice Cream Sandwiches with Optional 12 Cookies or a Pack of Cookie Dough at It's-It Ice Cream (Up to 46% Off)

It's-It Ice Cream


Savor iconic chocolate-dipped ice-cream sandwiches and original oatmeal chocolate dunked cookies made from a 1920s-era recipe

$18 $10

Shaved Snow and Other Treats at SnoCream Shaved Snow and Desserts (Up to 33% Off)

SnoCream Shaved Snow and Desserts

San Mateo

This unique Taiwanese dessert is made from ultra-fine ribbons of creamy snow, in flavors like strawberry cheesecake and caramel delight

$15 $10

$3 for $5 Worth of Italian Ice — Gelati Pop

Gelati Creation, Inc

South Shore

Gelato and Sorbetto popsicles made with freshest ingredients Dip in Tcho chocolate & topping. “A Pop of Happiness

$5 $3

$12 for Five Vouchers for Bubble Tea/ Coffee/ Drinks at COMEBUY (45% Off)


Redwood City

Founded in Taiwan, teas and coffees are created from plants all over the world

$4.35 $2.40

Gelato, Cupcakes, Beverages, and Other Treats at Gelati Creation (40% Off)

Gelati Creation

Gelati Creation

Refreshing gelato popsicles created with choice of toppings and dippings

$5 $3

$12 for $20 Worth of Frozen Yogurt and Dippin Dots at Tutti Frutti in Sunvalley Mall

Tutti Frutti-Sunvalley Mall

Tutti Frutti-Sunvalley Mall

Rotating selection of frozen yogurt in classic and seasonal flavors along with Dippin Dots

$10 $6

$20 for a 45-Minute Chocolate-Tasting for Two at Alegio Chocolaté / Claudio Corallo ($50 Value)

Alegio Chocolaté / Claudio Corallo

Multiple Locations

Guides tell visitors the story of Alegio’s history and African cacao plantation while sharing 12 samples of all-natural chocolate

$50 $20

Frozen Treats at Rita's Italian Ice (Up to 40% Off)

Rita’s Italian Ice

Howard Park

Freshly made Italian ice, seasonal cream ice flavors, and sundaes with limitless toppings

$5 $3

$13 for Four Groupons, Each Good for $6 Worth of Bubble Tea and Snow Ice at Raging Boba

Raging Boba

Raging Boba

Servers mix up cups of bubble teas with chewy boba pearls, allowing customers to sample beforehand; Taiwanese snow ice also available

$6 $3.25

$3 for $5 Worth of Bubble Tea — tarotaro dessert and tea house

Tarotaro Dessert and Tea House


Freshly brew high quality bubble tea, crepe, snacks and dessert stop.

$5 $3

$13 for $20 Worth of Cookies at Family Cookie Co. (35% Off)

Family Cookie Co.

Suisun City

Home of Cookie Dough Products and IT’S-IT Ice Cream

$20 $13

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  • Benkyodo Co.
    Benkyodo Co. F.D.R. was no fan of manju. During World War II, Suyeichi Okamura and his family were among the thousands of Japanese American citizens sent to US internment camps, forcing Okamura to temporarily abandon his humble coffee shop. Opened in 1906, Benkyodo Co. was one of the first businesses in Japantown. For decades, Okamura handcrafted two kinds of traditional Japanese sweets: mochi (a cake of molded rice) and manju (a flour dumpling filled with sweet beans and sugar). But then war struck, citizens were seized, and the manju was no more. In spite of it all, Okamura reopened Benkyodo Co. after the war. In 1959 the restaurant relocated to its present location, where a third generation of Okamuras, Ricky and Bobby, make fresh batches of mochi and manju daily—the only batches of manju, in fact, in all of San Francisco. More than the stewards of their grandfather’s business, Ricky and Bobby are the custodians of a small slice of Japanese culture, preserving a traditional taste of home for the city’s Japanese Americans and other local fans of the classic confections. Now known as a neighborhood meeting spot, Benkyodo Co. serves typical cozy-corner fare such as coffee and ham sandwiches, but it’s never forgotten its roots: Ricky and Bobby set out fresh bites of mochi and manju, including seasonal treats such as sakura mochi, hailed by SF Weekly as one of the best things to eat or drink in San Francisco. Try This: Manju Together, the Okamura brothers make about 1,500 pieces of manju every day. They’ve been doing it for decades now, and have never used a recipe. Ricky Okamura told SFGate that he rapturously studied how his father created the bite-size masterpieces when he began working with him in 1973. “I never wrote anything down. It’s all in my head.” Judging by the droves of happy customers, the recipe-free manju’s working out just fine. In the morning, Ricky forms the outer shell with mochi or baked flour to fill with his brother’s specialty: bean paste. Bobby starts later in the morning and spends his time preparing three kinds of bean paste, or anko, from sweetened adzuki or lima beans. The beans are cleaned, compressed, and turned into a fine powder, then cooked with sugar in a giant kettle. Of all the regular manju, SeriousEats recommends the Age, a donut filled with smooth red beans and granulated sugar. The shop also offers seasonal treats, such as a strawberry manju—with fresh strawberries and a white lima-bean shell—in the early summer.
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  • Venga Empanadas
    ¡Venga! Empanadas: A User’s Guide Artisanal Turnovers | Baked, Not Fried | Inventive Fillings | Vegetarian and Gluten-Free Options Sample Menu Meat empanada: the Spicy Beef—slow cooked ribs, hot chili sauce, and chipotle peppers Veggie empanada: the Five Pepper Machego—poblano chili, bell peppers, jalapeños, Spanish manchego, mozzarella Spanish potato salad: roasted potatoes, bacon, and carrots, topped with lemon aioli Dessert: mousse de dulce de leche Drink: Argentine-style white sangria Who’s in the Kitchen: Spanish Chef Manuel Godino began cooking when he was 17 and quickly developed a passion for all things food. His culinary exploits took him everywhere from petroleum tankers to fancy French bistros before he opened up a restaurant in Buenos Aires. He eventually made his way to foodie-haven San Francisco. But instead of opening up yet another fine-dining establishment in the saturated Bay Area, he turned to a Latin-cuisine classic: the meat turnover known as empanadas. Signature Offering: Rather than dropping his empanadas in the deep-fryer, Chef Manuel bakes them in the oven. And instead of having them folded and pinched by running them over with bicycle tires, the kitchen staff crafts each one by hand. While diners can choose typical fillings, such as ground beef and onions, they can also take a chance on kale, bacon, and beets, or for vegetarians, walnuts with mozzarella, blue, and jack cheeses. A writer from Voxxi enthused, “I tried Godino’s delicacies and went nuts.” Inside Tip: Any empanada can be made with a gluten-free crust by request. Other Argentine Specialties Choripán: the Argentine version of a hot dog, consisting of a grilled sausage served on a roll with chimichurri or another sauce. Alfajor: a sandwich-style cookie—similar to a macaron—with a dulce de leche filling. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Find the perfect vintage jacket at No Shop (389 Valencia Street). After: Peruse the curiosities on the racks and shelves at The Voyager Shop (365 Valencia Street).
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  • Goody Goodie Cream & Sugar
    Goody Goodie Cream & Sugar: A User’s Guide Nostalgia-Inducing Sweet Treats | Original-Recipe Cookies | Handmade Small Batches Sample Selections Old-fashioned chocolate chip cookie—milk chocolate and semisweet wafers and chips Peanut butter circus—classic peanut butter cookie with kettle-cooked popcorn baked inside Olive cocoa nib wafer—paper-thin wafer made with oil-cured olives About the Owners: People often wonder whether Remi Hayashi-Girouard and Mary Moran are sisters, and the two former pastry chefs certainly understand why. They’re not only business partners, but close friends, and this kinship extends to their staff and customers. Though they’ve outgrown the original location on Folsom—with the beloved Gold Window that once framed their wares—they remain committed to crafting every batch with care. Awards and Accolades SFWeekly’s Best Chocolate Chip Cookie One of SFWeekly’s five best new pastries in 2010 for the olive cocoa nib wafer The Bold Italic raved about the namesake cookie, calling attention to its “chocolate to dough ratio of 4:1” and the cacao nibs that give it an “addictive crunch” Inside Tips Savory teeth can be sated here too. Besides sweets, the café also serves breakfast and lunch. The shop’s closed on Sundays. Share the love with a Goody Bag, hand-sewn upcycled bags stuffed with cookies and milk. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Shop for the makings of an organic, healthy dinner at the worker-owned co-op Rainbow Grocery (1745 Folsom Street). After: Break a sweat during a boxing class at The Park Gym (1960 Harrison Street).
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  • Anthony's Cookies
    Anthony’s Cookies: A User’s Guide From-Scratch Cookies | Classic and Speciality Flavors | Simple Recipes | Renowned Chocolate Chip Cookies Sample Menu Chocolate chip cookies (traditional or gluten-free) Whole wheat oatmeal raisin cookies Cinnamon spice with dark chocolate Candied pecans and walnuts About Anthony As an accounting major at SFSU, Anthony Lucas began making and selling cookies to pay for his textbooks. He discovered that his affinity for math was a good match for the precision and experimentation required in baking. As he told SF Gate, “You have a result that you are shooting for, and you are always analyzing how to get closer to the ideal.” To this day, he tweaks new recipes until he gets the exact flavor he envisioned, giving samples of each new iteration to customers for feedback. Word on the Street: In naming it to its list of SF’s top cookies, 7x7 dubbed the cookies and cream variety “stupidly good.” Serious Eats gave the bakery a nod as the “Best Chocolate Chip Cookies in the Mission” Inside Tips Check the website ahead of time if you’ve got a particular craving. Though the kitchen bakes staples such as chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin every day, they only whip up speciality flavors, such as german chocolate and peanut butter, on certain days. If you’ve got a cookie craving and can’t make it to the shop, check out Four Barrel Coffee, Rainbow Grocery, or Caffe Trieste in Berkeley.
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  • Royal Market & Bakery
    Residents of San Francisco, you'll love the prices and selection of food at Royal Market and Bakery's world-class grocery store! If you are starting to run low on oil and vinegar, head on over here and pick up your favorites. Cereal doesn't have to be just for kids. If you are looking for a quick, easy, and tasty breakfast to get out the door, pick some up today. Get your noodle on! Royal Market and Bakery has some of the best and affordable noodle and pasta options in the area. For dairy lovers out there, this store does dairy right, so make sure to pick up some on your next trip. For cool, refreshing H20, Royal Market and Bakery's got you covered. If you love to taste different tea and coffee blends, check out the selection of items available at Royal Market and Bakery. Every chef needs a break from the heat, so enjoy a frozen dinner without lifting a finger. Loaded with essential vitamins and minerals, the produce from this store will give you the energy your body needs. Pick up super fresh fish (and a heck of a lot of nutrients) for your next meal. You'll want to taste the exquisite meats available at this location. Cooking for your date night? Pick up some spices and seasonings from here and make an impressive and tasty dish. For those who can't cook, rest assured that the frozen foods available here will sate your hunger. Everyone knows that home-cooking beans can take literally almost forever. Save yourself the time and effort by picking up some from the amazing canned food selection at Royal Market and Bakery. Going on a road trip or heading to the office? Easy to take anywhere, this snack will hold you over between any meal. Royal Market and Bakery's selection of bread goes great with any meal you were planning on making. Cocktail enthusiasts will be happy to know that Royal Market and Bakery has affordable and tasty liquor and spirit options. This store has all the supplies you need to make a scrumptious dessert when your tastebuds are calling. The drinks available here are a great way to restore your body's natural balance, so start sipping. Convenient parking spaces are located nearby to Royal Market and Bakery. For those days where your appetite just won't quit, Royal Market and Bakery is on top of all your food needs.
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  • Bi-Rite Creamery
    Bi-Rite Creamery has some relatively simple rules when it comes to making ice cream: try not to use more than five ingredients, and use as many organic, locally sourced ingredients as possible. This passion for working with local producers stems from the shop's desire to create a strong community across the Bay Area. As an added bonus, the farm-fresh ingredients lend bold, vibrant flavors to the ice creams and other treats, earning national recognition for Bi-Rite Creamery's various creations. Praise from Across the Country "The best ice cream in America comes from Bi-Rite Creamery..." — GQ Named one of the "Top 10 Ice Cream Shops" in the country — bon appétit Featured on The Best Thing I Ever Ate — The Food Network Earned a place on a list of the "Best Ice Cream Spots in the U.S." — Food & Wine One of 12 shops recognized for serving "America's Best Ice Cream" — U.S. News & World Report Where Do the Ingredients Come From? Every small, handmade batch of ice cream begins with the addition of organic milk and cream sourced from the Straus Family Creamery, located just 45 miles away. Seasonal fruits arrive from nearby orchards and farms, and the honey hails from a Sonoma apiary. Bi-Rite Creamery's next-door bakery even prepares fresh treats that are added directly to the ice creams, including brownies, snickerdoodles, peanut brittle, and marshmallows. Where Does the Money Go? A civic-minded spirit is a vital aspect of Bi-Rite Creamery's values. In addition to embracing sustainable, ecofriendly business practices whenever possible, the creamery supports the community by regularly donating to local nonprofits, schools, and artistic organizations. Bi-Rite Creamery even founded the 18 Reasons community center, which teaches residents about regional farmers and their products.
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