Who's ready to find some delicious coffee with a touch of local cuisine throughout San Francisco? You've arrived at the right place.
Trendsetters in San Francisco line the streets for a taste of the smooth nitro cold brew at Mazarine Coffee. Their science experiment-like techniques are instagrammable and give visitors the energy to take on Nob Hill by foot.
720 Market Street, mazarinecoffee.com
This itty-bitty café is known more for its cinnamon toast than it is for their coffee but it does, in fact, have some of the best coffee in the city. Grab your toast and coffee at Trouble Coffee and take a seat on the twisted log outside or head to the ocean which is very close by.
4033 Judah Street, trouble.coffee
If true Italian espresso is what you are looking for, head to Caffé Trieste in North Beach where the Italian culture reigns where the neighborhood regulars go for their daily pick me ups. Don't forget to bring your dollars, this old stand-by has been around for 64 years and is still a cash only establishment. Live music is an added bonus which adds to the charming atmosphere and makes perfect sense since this coffee shop boasts its own private recording studios.
601 Vallejo Street, coffee.caffetrieste.com
Notable one of the biggest coffee shops maybe anywhere, Equator’s SOMA location, with stadium seating and the longest communal table you have ever seen, is just plain cool. They were among the original pioneers of the third wave coffee movement and pride themselves on speedy but precise service.
222 2nd Street, equatorcoffees.com
Pass some time in Potrero Hill sipping coffee at La Stazione. The coffee is not technical but its excellent and the atmosphere is warm and inviting. They also have great outdoor seating which comes in handy since this neighborhood has the sunniest weather in the city.
701 Pennsylvania Avenue, lastazionesf.com