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By: barn94518
Sausalito Espresso
This place is located across from my office, so I'm a bit of a regular, and that is for a good reason. First, this is a good spot to stop for breakfast as they have a very good egg-white wrap burrito style. However, I mostly go here for lunch and like how quickly they can get me in and out the door. The chicken schwarma plate is my go-to choice but the Gyro is also a good choice.
By: Hello kitt Y.
Starbucks Coffee
Starbucks nearby the MoMA. Has a larger seating area so it doesn't feel crowded. Good tasting espresso.
By: Melinda S.
Starbucks Coffee
Great location for this Starbucks when your in the union square area. Usual Starbucks offerings. This location is small but fast.
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By: Lauren B.
Philz Coffee
Philz is my jam! I use to live here (before there was even a Potrero one) and I Philz is a must everytime I come back to town. Love all the new locations! Philtered Soul always will and always has been my fav!
By: Katie C.
Cafe Capriccio
Probably one of the best shops in town when it comes to serving quality coffee. I definitely love their blends.
By: Daniel S.
Philz Coffee
This coffee shop is perfect not just for friends who are looking for a place to bond but also for families who simply want to have fun all day long.
By: David W.
Pacific Cafe
Probably one of the best shops in town when it comes to serving quality coffee. I definitely love their blends.
By: Jennifer S.
Peet's Coffee & Tea
If you are looking for a place to relax and take a rest, this coffee shop is highly recommendable. The athmosphere is just so relaxing.
By: Edwin B.
Peet's Coffee & Tea
This establishment is highly recommended. Based on reviews, it got lots of five stars, and when you try them you’ll know why.
By: Arianna A.
Bread and Cocoa
Great little place for pastries and coffee. Their almond croissant was flaky and delicious!Big windows to sit and enjoy the people passing by.
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