Cafes in San Francisco


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  • Peet's Coffee and Tea
    There's a reason Laundry Locker was named Best Dry Cleaner by the SF Weekly Readers' Poll every year from 2010 to 2013. Public drop-off locations and secure lockers in more than 900 area apartment and office buildings allow customers to safely stow their clothing and place orders via their Android or iPhone app. Drivers then retrieve the bundles and deliver them to a 10,000-square-foot facility where eco-friendly, high-efficiency technologies infuse dry-cleaning and washing services. Then, as quick as the next day, the attendants return the garments to the drop-off location and notify the customer. And these cleaners don't limit themselves to linens alone: the staff can restore shoes' shine by applying two coats of lotion or dipping them in molten silver.
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    1 California St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Epicenter Cafe
    Don't settle for an inferior brew! The java at Epicenter Cafe will perk you right up. Diners who avoid fat need to be careful, though, because Epicenter Cafe's menu does not offer low-fat options. Stay connected at no cost thanks to Epicenter Cafe's wifi. Sit outside when the weather is fine — Epicenter Cafe has a lovely patio to enjoy a warm day. No need to gussy up for a trip to Epicenter Cafe, where patrons dress for comfort and fun. You can also serve food from Epicenter Cafe at your next party — the coffee shop offers catering. Brush up on your parallel parking skills — the coffee shop's Harrison St location offers nearby street parking. Chow down for less at Epicenter Cafe, where a meal almost always costs under $15. Epicenter Cafe has menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner — just pick your favorite meal and head over.
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    764 Harrison St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Luv A Java
    Four Things to Know About Luv A Java A cozy neighborhood hangout, Luv A Java is more than just a spot to grab a cuppa. Read on to learn more about this Noe Valley café. Local artists enrich the scene. Works crafted by local painters hang on the walls, and every other Thursday night, crooners round the open mic. Regulars rave about the coffee. Luv A Java’s signature blend marries italian and french roasts, so it tastes just as luscious straight up or in a café au lait. Start your morning with a hearty bagel sandwich. Or have one for lunch. They also recently rolled out a midday menu featuring a veggie garden sandwich guests adore. Spend your day here. Free WiFi helps pass the time, as do a library of books for sale or perusal.
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    1300 Dolores St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Contraband Coffee Bar
    Featured in San Francisco Weekly’s food blog for their high-quality caffeinated drips, Contraband Coffee Bar owners Nathan and Josh cultivate an atmosphere of appreciation for expertly brewed beverages. Meticulous baristas combine crema-topped shots of espresso with delicately steamed milk in generously portioned mugs, swirling designs into the tops of beverages that effectively hypnotize any would-be sip stealers. Patrons may choose to perch at a few counters, tables, or a central community table crafted from pale, modern wood and adorned with minimalist floral arrangements. The shop's WiFi-rich interior invites guests to stay for a while, and its Polk Gulch locale lends itself to slow, caffeine-fueled strolls through the neighborhood.
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    1415 Larkin St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Caffe Roma Coffee Roasting
    In 1977, Sergio Azzolini opened his first coffeehouse on Columbus Avenue after arriving from Italy. A dozen years later, his sons, Anthony and Sergio, picked up the family's coffee-fueled torch by founding Caffe Roma. Today, Caffe Roma serves freshly brewed cups at locations in North Beach, Millbrae, and SoMa. Inside these spotless and cozy coffee shops, patrons sip creative blends while noshing on breakfast and lunch foods. In the morning, they dig into plates of scrambled eggs, sausage, and spinach; later in the day, they crunch into grilled chicken panini sandwiches stacked with gruyere, caramelized onions, and pesto. Conveniently, fans of Caffe Roma's blends can also have fresh-roasted bags shipped to them so they can brew coffee at home.
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    526 Columbus Ave.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Schggi
    In Focus: Schoggi Specialties: handcrafted Swiss chocolates and café drinks Number of treats: more than 80 Age of the recipes: more than 100 years old Definition of schoggi: Swiss-German for "chocolate" Other sweets besides chocolate: tarts and pâte de fruit Best place to sit: on the shady outdoor patio Online shopping available: yes
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    87 Yerba Buena Ln
    San Francisco, CA US

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