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Collection by Sarah Akkoush

The 10 Best-Designed Coffee Shops in San Francisco

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The San Francisco coffee scene is as eclectic and diverse as the city itself. From modern new outcrops to adaptive reuse projects, San Franciscans celebrate the simple pleasure of drinking good coffee in interesting spaces.

Once the site of an 1859 coal, feed, and carriage barn, Piccino now makes its home in the vibrant and developing...
The Hayes Valley location of local favorite Ritual Coffee is housed in a repurposed shipping container bordering...
Coffee shop and bakery hybrid The Mill is the creative brainchild of Four Barrel Coffee's Jeremy Tooker and Josey Baker...
Designed by jones | haydu, Coffee Bar's sleek and contemporary second location is built to stand out amongst sprawling...
On a busy corner in San Francisco's lively Mission District, Linea Caffe packs a big punch in a small space.
Housed in a brick and timber Mission building that saw past lives as both a hotel and auto repair shop, Craftsman and...
Tommy and Chris Newbury started serving Réveille Coffee from a stripped down food truck, and have quietly grown into...
Named after the daughter of founder and chef Amanda Michael, Jane oozes a refined elegance that is both sophisticated...
Though some might have seen the gritty and desolate Mission block that houses Stable Cafe as an obstacle, Malcolm Davis...
At its waterfront location along San Francisco's Embarcadero, The Plant is a comfortable coffee shop by day and a sleek...
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