There are so many unique food places to visit in San Francisco that it can get overwhelming. Don't fret! We've compiled a list of some local businesses that serve up great coffee, pastries, and more. Check out these businesses and make sure to follow them for updates and job alerts!
Doughnuts themselves are a force for all that's good in life - a symbol. Johnny’s doughnuts have personality; they're inspired by the seasons, local ingredients, and are steeped in doughnut history. They love them, you love them and they love making them; this is all a very good thing for everyone.
2. Coffee Bar
At Coffee Bar, all of their beans are sourced directly from Mr. Espresso, a Bay Area roasting institution since the 1970s. They believe in the idea of the cafe as a social institution, a positive landmark in the community where work gets done, people connect, and ideas are shared. Their open, modern space is the ideal backdrop to any part of your day and they hope you feel the same.
The Noe Valley Bakery is a friendly neighborhood bakery tucked on 24th Street in Noe Valley, San Francisco. For the past 24 years, they’ve prided ourselves on not only baking great artisan products but also learning their customer’s names and striking up conversations along the way!
Founded in 2004, Charles Chocolates confections are made using the finest ingredients, including some of the world's best chocolates, herbs, fruits, nuts, cream and butter. Everything is made by hand in very small batches using traditional, artisanal techniques.
Project Juice is a leading cold-pressed juice and clean foods company founded in San Francisco with operations in both Northern and Southern California. They serve an expansive menu of organic, plant-based foods and drinks in a variety of retail formats, ranging from small grab-and-go stores to full-service smoothie bars.
Bakery serving a mix of tarts, donuts & croissant-muffins, plus coffee in a cozy, bright space.
Mazarine believes that their efforts can inspire a preference for Mazarine as a destination for the finest coffee and food, a setting for engaging conversations with friends and colleagues, and a place that you can always call home.
Jamnation is a fast-growing artisanal jam company in San Francisco. They focus on bringing the community the freshest, socially-conscious and innovative jam. They do this by sourcing fruit from local farms and using Fairtrade sugar + spices.
9. Robin’s Cafe
Robin’s Cafe at is located at ODC, a cafe, gallery, and events space housed within the dance company ODC in the heart of the San Francisco Mission.
10. Wholesome Bakery
Founded by Mandy Harper in 2009 with the belief that a goodie should taste like a goodie without the worry of it going straight to your gut or your butt! That you should be left feeling lively and satisfied, not sick or sluggish. Their sweet treats aren't only healthy for you, they're healthy for Mother Earth!
11. Asha Tea House
There is a cup of tea out there for everyone, whether it's a simple cup of straight tea, or a crafted glass of flavored tea. At Asha, they strive to feed (or cultivate) this love for tea by serving you high-quality tea drinks made with fresh, pure and real ingredients.
Ritual has been a pioneer in this delicious shift in coffee consciousness since they opened their doors on Valencia Street in 2005 and started what some call a coffee revolution in San Francisco. Their goal then — and their goal now — is to craft the very best cup of coffee available anywhere. Period.