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  • Precita Park Cafe

    500 Precita Ave. San Francisco, CA 94110

  • Progressive Grounds

    2301 Bryant St. San Francisco, CA 94110-2810

  • Rapha Cycle Club

    2198 Filbert St. San Francisco, CA 94123

  • Red Circle Tea

    442 Hearst Ave. San Francisco, CA 94112

  • Red Door Coffee

    111 Minna St. San Francisco, CA 94105

  • Rendezvous Cafe

    1760 Polk St. San Francisco, CA 94109-3617

  • Reveille Coffee

    200 Columbus Ave. San Francisco, CA 94133

  • Ritual Coffee Roasters

    Ritual Coffee Roasters

    1026 Valencia San Francisco, CA 94110
    415-641-1024 If anyone tells you that they come to Ritual for the coffee, they are being partially honest. The coffee - seasonal blends of sustainable Colombian beans, brewed one cup at a time - is, in fact, pretty special, but you can get it at other coffee shops. Half the appeal has more to do with the scene: attractive people pecking away at laptops, attractive people behind the counter, attractive people milling around with cigarettes outside. Considering the lack of electrical outlets that grad students and freelancers require to keep their computers powered long enough to get real work done, Ritual is essentially a bar without beer, and, for the socially inclined, a nice place to meet people. More >>

  • Rock Nation Cafe

    2805 21st St. San Francisco, CA 94110

  • Rolling-Out Cafe

    1722 Taraval St. San Francisco, CA 94116

  • Rooz Cafe

    1918 Park Oakland, CA 94606

  • Sabores Del Sur

    100 Alemany San Francisco, CA 94110

  • Sacred Grounds

    Sacred Grounds

    2095 Hayes San Francisco, CA 94117
    415-387-3859 This Haight local claims to be S.F.'s oldest coffeehouse, which provides a clue to its musical tastes. It has an assortment of weekly comedy and poetry nights, but the pass-the-hat musical performances are mostly acoustic troubadours, open mike jam sessions, and, well, coffeehouse music. More >>

  • Sea Biscuit Cafe

    3815 Noriega San Francisco, CA 94122

  • Seesaw

    600A Octavia San Francisco, CA 94102
    415-553-8070 Decorated simply and colorfully, this Danish-themed cafe has both Four Barrel coffee and dedicated play spaces for toddlers, which means it is desperately loved by mothers of tiny children. For eats, the cafe serves abelskivers (round, eggy pancakes) and smørrebrød, open-faced sandwiches attractively arranged on squares of thin, dark rye. They range from the familiar (ham) to the not-very-child-friendly pickled herring and red onion. More >>

  • Showplace Caffe

    715 Brannan San Francisco, CA 94103

  • Silverstone Coffee

    3278 24th St. San Francisco, CA 94110

  • Simple Pleasures Cafe

    Simple Pleasures Cafe

    3434 Balboa San Francisco, CA 94121
    415-387-4022 This low-key Outer Richmond mainstay has been a favorite of poets and folkie songwriters since it opened in the '70s. While people can take in a book and a pint in the quiet back room, the stage out front hosts low-volume sets of acoustic rock, folk, and the occasional plugged-in pop band. More >>

  • Small Foods

    524 2nd St. San Francisco, CA 94107

  • The Social Study

    1795 Geary Blvd. San Francisco, CA 94115

  • Spasso Coffeehouse

    6021 College Oakland, CA 94618

  • Special Xtra

    46 Minna San Francisco, CA 94105

  • Stanza Coffee

    1673 Haight St. San Francisco, CA 94117

  • Stanza Coffee Bar

    3126 16th St. San Francisco, CA 94110

  • Starbucks

    222 3rd St. San Francisco, CA 94103
    415-622-0072 Since its founding by a trio of aspiring coffee roasters in Seattle in 1971, Starbucks has grown to become the largest coffeehouse in the world, with upwards of 20,000 locations in San Francisco / Bay Area and around the world. Named for the chief mate on the whaling ship from Moby Dick, the company didn't begin chasing the Great White Whale of world java domination until the 1990s, by which time it was opening a new store every day. A turbulent economy has since forced it to retrench, but the chain remains a powerhouse both commercially and politically, thanks to its op-ed-penning chairman, Howard Schultz. A purveyor of whole foods, Starbucks typically farms out its secret recipes to a single, Starbucks-owned bakery in each city, and now sells a good deal of its coffee beans at grocery stores. Find any and all local locations on Voice Places. More >>

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