San Francisco Food Guide

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  1. Tartine Manufactory

Located it at 595 Alabama St, San Francisco, CA 94110, USA, Tartine is open 7 days a week from 8 am to 10 pm. Offering reservations for dinner only, I would recommend arriving as early as possible to wait as little as possible since it can get very crowded. Breakfast is offered Monday through Friday until 11 am and brunch is served on the weekend. They offer a farm to table experience with a menu changing each month. Check out their website to find out more on this months menu:


  1. Le Marais Bakery

One of my favorite discoveries in San Francisco. This instagrammable bakery now has 3 locations in San Francisco (pictures were taken at the location: 498 Sanchez at 18th Street). Offering build your own breakfast, pastries, lunches... I recommend heading to this cafe during the week since long lines are to predict for the weekend. Open from 9 to 3 (bistro hours) everyday of the week, this place is perfect to take the best pictures and to enjoy yummy food and good coffee (or hot cocoa..).

Take a look at the menu here: http://www.lemaraisbakery.com/#/menu-1/

Granola yogourt and build your own breakfast platter
  1. Cafe Reveille

Located in the Mission Bay area (610 Long Bridge St.), Cafe Reveille offers an everyday breakfast from 7:30 to 11:15am and a weekend brunch for 8-3pm. No reservations can be made so be sure to arrive early if you are planning on doing a weekend visit. This places offers the classic west coast breakfasts we all imagine (my fav item being the breakfast potatoes). The perfect place for a breakfast outside the crowded city.

Here is the Mission Bay location Menu: https://www.cafereveille.com/missionbaymenu


  1. Home SF

Probably the most asked question about this picture: WHERE DID YOU GET THIS?? Latte art becoming more and more popular for that perfect instagram shot, Home SF sure knew how to take advantage of the situation. Offering more than 10 different specialty drinks, they are the true royalty when it comes to latte art perfection. Now with 2 locations in San Francisco (2018 Clement St. & 1222 Noriega St.), Home is the perfect coffee shop to relax or work and enjoy yummy coffee with a nice tartine. They are open weekdays from 7-5pm and weekends from 8-5 pm.

Food and Coffee Menu: http://homecoffeesf.com/menu/

  1. SightGlass Coffee

With multiple locations in San Francisco we visited the SOMA District location (270 7th street). One of the coolest coffee shops I have ever visited. This location is also a roasting location. The perfect spot for good coffee and awesome pastries (the Kouign Amann being a must). Open everyday from 7 am to 7 pm, it's the perfect spot to work and grab a good coffee.

  1. Dandelion Chocolate

If you've been looking for Chocolate heaven then this is definitely a must for you. It's factory being located at 2600 16th Street in San Francisco they offer daily breakfast (until 12pm) and an afternoon menu (1-5pm daily with tea service available on weekends) from Tuesday to Sunday. They also have many other shopping locations throughout San Francisco. This is the perfect spot for all you "chocoholics" to enjoy a sweet tooth even breakfast or snack.

Factory Location Menu: https://www.dandelionchocolate.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/BloomMenu.pdf


  1. The Cheese School

Located at the 900 North Point Street at Ghirardelli Square, the Cheese School is the place to be. Offering everything you can imagine with cheese and so much more (cooking classes, workshops...). Open everyday from 11 am to 8pm (until 7pm on Sundays), you have to visit this place if you love cheese as much as I do. Check out there menu here: https://thecheeseschool.com/pages/cafe-menu

Mozzarella sandwich and the grilled cheese with tomato soup
  1. Flour and Water

Looking for a cute/fancy date night spot? I've got you covered. Flour and Water located in the Mission District (2401 Harrison St.) offers a farm to table Italian experience. It's menu, changing frequently, offers a nice twist on Italian classics. You may choose to create your own tasting as you go or choose the pasta tasting menu (about 79$ per person, +59 for wine pairing). Definitely recommend making reservations 60 days in advance for this place (trust me it's worth it). (Open from 5:30 to 11pm (10pm on Sunday)).

Make a reservation and check out there menu here: https://www.flourandwater.com/

Burrata from the summer menu

Until next, Happy travel!!


Megan Chartrand-Robichaud

January 17, 2020