Andytown Coffee Roasters is turned 3 years old! Their “Snowy Plover” is like a coffee float from a winter wonderland.
The rain cleared up and it was the perfect day for Special Breakfast Sandwich at Devil’s Teeth Baking Company.
The roasted carrot salad at Tartine Manufactory feels healthy but very filling.
San Francisco is fortunate for its diversity … with ice cream. The new Garden Creamery offers Asian flavors you can’t get elsewhere. I chose coconut pandan and hojicha.
In a city of croissants, Vive La Tarte changes things up with their filled croissants. I went for their blood orange croissant this time with a latte.
Marco Polo Italian Ice Cream makes the best durian ice cream. Pistachio flavor is also another of my favorite.
Shaved snow is one of my favorite Taiwanese desserts and the black sesame shaved snow at Powder is perfect.
The avocado toast at Cafe St. Jorge is simple but very good.
Today’s breakfast is a Mandarin orange-poppy muffin from Craftsman and Wolves.
I can never get a drink at Blue Bottle Coffee without getting a Liege waffle too.
Super Cue Cafe is offerning Thai green tea for St. Patrick’s Day, and it tastes pretty good.
Add the Roy G. Biv Sandi from Eye of the Avocado to the list of must-eat breakfast sandwiches in the city list.
The sea salt on top of the almond butter honey toast was a nice touch. I love the toast and latte at Four Barrel Coffee.
St Patrick’s Day special at Super Cue Cafe – “Matcha Milkyway”. Grab a cup before it’s gone.
This ham and cheese croissant from Craftsman and Wolves tastes and good as it looks.
Ever since Sababa opened in the Financial District, I stopped getting falafels and pita sandwiches everywhere else.
The pistachio blackberry twice-baked croissant at Neighbor Bakehouse is always a good choice.
Trouble Coffee makes the prettiest peanut butter honey toast.
Lemon thyme donut and a (Four Barrel Coffee) latte from Dynamo Donut and Coffee.
The “Special Breakfast Sandwich” at Devil’s Teeth Baking company is the best breakfast sandwich $7 can buy.