Rating: Solid Good
Where: Mission, San Francisco, CA (233 14th Street between South Van Ness Ave and Mission Street)
Review: Nice little cafe with setting that may be fitted a bit more on Valencia trendy hood than the autobody shops centric hood.
Opening day #2 (7/30/2013) they were open until 3pm. Official lunch starts next week (8/5) and they are just doing a pannini grilled cheese run. What’s more for most to look forward to is when at night it will become a gastropub. They submitted the wine and beer liquor license in March.
De La Paz (now owned by Four Barrel) coffee was dripped here so it’s already started on the right side!
For the breakfast, they brought in pop-up / catering baking company Black Jet Baking with deliciously rich sour cream coffee cake and flaky Nutella salt roasted hazelnuts pastry. Both were excellent. There were also different kinds of cookies, small batch but good as a starter.
There were also biscotti from Saint & Olive.
The setting is filled with lacquered wooden tables and benches and steel chairs. It’s chillaxing, clean and modern, contrast to the general area that is more run down.
Service was excellent friendly and you can tell the 2 dudes were enthusiastic and happy to be in that space.
Keywords: cafe, breakfast, lunch, brunch, drinks, hangout, mission, sanfrancisco