Perk Up At These Essential Coffee Shops In San Francisco

Perk Up At These Essential Coffee Shops In San Francisco

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Everyone loves a good cup of joe, and knowing where to go when the caffeine craving strikes is key. Here are San Francisco's coolest coffee shops and recommendations on their best drinks.

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    The counter flow was a little weird. The attention to interior detail is great. Little seating. Points for the record player. The cashier was pleasant. The baristas, not so much. Smiles don't hurt. -- Robin Andersen via Foursquare
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    One of the most overlooked/underrated patios in all of SF, this Hayes Valley eat spot's back end is shaded by trees and lush green plants. Perfect for enjoying an iced tea. Or beer. -- Thrillist via Foursquare
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    Trouble's thick-sliced, butter-rich cinnamon toast is a stellar version of your childhood favorite. -- Serious Eats via Foursquare
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    Best pop-up design I've ever witnessed. Details are flawless, from displays to the seating, and their lattes? Blue Bottle should be nervous! -- Pete Surber via Foursquare
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    Phil Jaber and his son Jacob spent several months developing each blend. Phil's Tesora or "Treasure" blend took 7 years to find the perfect combination of beans. -- Mazda via Foursquare
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    The vegan donuts will make you consider swearing off animal products forever and the Philharmonic, with a touch of cardamom and mint, truly is a symphony of flavors in your mouth -- AskMen via Foursquare
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    enjoy the ambience of a coffee shop that loves coffee, rather than a makeshift internet café. Unplug, unwind, enjoy their music and a damn good latte. -- Ben Ward via Foursquare
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    Sit by the counter, observe the art of drip coffee (Four Barrel), & try the egg sandwich w/ homemade tomato chutney. -- S C via Foursquare
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    Coffee professional Erin Meister wrote, “Their focus on the beans rather than the roast or even necessarily the barista were a sort of turning-point for a lot of other coffee companies.” -- Eater via Foursquare
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    The breakfast burrito was so good I soiled myself. You should try it before you die. The burrito, not soiling yourself in public. Don't do that. -- Jason Rashaad via Foursquare
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    The gourmet coffee company has been multiplying throughout the Bay, but as charming as the Hayes Valley original garage outpost is, the Mint Plaza location was BB's coming-out party. [Eater 38 Member] -- Eater via Foursquare
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    Awesome atmosphere and work environment to get stuff done. Many outlets and extension cords so it's great to sit down with a laptop. You can also text/email an order instead of walking up to counter -- Alice via Foursquare
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