42 "Cafe/Bakery" Restaurants in San Francisco.
On average, the best bread bakery in the country can be found at Tartine Bakery in the Mission.
Head to Acme Bread Company in the Ferry Building for some of the best bread in the city.
Tartine Manufactory in the Mission is a huge operation with excellent pastries, coffee, and ice cream, and dinner as well.
The best morning food we’ve ever consumed, at a little bakery in the Sunset.
The Mill in Nopa is the place you keep hearing about with the fancy toast, and it’s worth paying for, especially to hang out here a little longer.
Food for the Lululemon crowd, and for us too. Jane on Fillmore finely toes the line between healthy and delicious. If only they were open for dinner.
20th Century Cafe is a sunny corner spot in Hayes Valley with good eastern European food.
Marla Bakery is an excellent spot for pastries and brunch in the Richmond - get a spot on the back patio.
Judahlicious is a raw vegan spot in the Outer Sunset. Surprisingly, it’s also pretty great.
Nook is a solidly on-price, reliable neighborhood hang in Russian Hill. Even if they do weird things with granola.
You can get plain donuts in a gas station, but if you want much better options, check out Twisted Donuts and Coffee in the Sunset.
Aside from great coffee, Andytown in the Sunset has great scones perfect for a light breakfast to go with your morning coffee.
If you’re in the Sunset on a Saturday morning, go eat some of the excellent toast at Trouble Coffee for breakfast.
There’s always a line at Arizmendi Bakery in the Sunset, and their baked goods and breads are completely worth it.