Your must-eat-and-drink guide in San Francisco this week.
Philz Coffee, San Francisco purveyors of mighty fine java, plan on expanding their operations after a new round of major funding was announced, according to TechCrunch. Aiding in the little coffee company's recent cash influx are a gaggle of tech types, actors, and musicians by way of angel investing.
Whether you’re a downtown worker bee looking for a place to laptop park or a total espresso obsessive, here are four of the latest cafés, carts, and bars to open around town that are ready to caffeinate you.
You'd think San Francisco is trying to have a café on each block or something with all these new openings every month. (Not like we're complaining.) Here's your recap of five new cafés that have recently joined our local caffeine scene.
Our city is known for its kick-ass coffee and cafés, with no shortage of places to get your third-wave jolt on. While the hordes have been flocking to The Mill on Divisadero for its Four Barrel coffee (and joining Josey Baker’s cult of toast), here are some other new (and smaller) projects that may have escaped your notice:
In a city that runs on caffeine and entrepreneurialism, there are endless places to get your daily (let’s be real—hourly) caffeine fix.
The Dolores Park Cafe hosted a Latte Art competition last night, drawing in competitors from as far away as Los Angeles. From swans to indecipherable scribbles, the contest was quite the spectacle. Check out the photos.
7x7 is currently accepting nominations for a reader to judge an upcoming blind tasting of the city's best coffees. The winner will join a panel of esteemed judges, including one of the city's top chefs, a coffee expert, and a sommelier.
Do you know someone who polishes their Slayer every morning (at home) and can make a lion out of foam? The person that considers mixing milk and sugar into coffee as gauche as attaching a trailer hitch to a Ferrari? The type that can tell a Latin American from an African just by scent? The gal who has opinions on pour-over versus press pot, and V60 versus Chemex? The guy who knows you're not always talking about the Tenderloin when you say "first crack"?
Have you ever noticed that there aren't any real gyms on the south side of town (i.e. the Mission District)? There also aren't any full-on restaurants like the Tipsy Pig with flat screen TVs and sports on. Yet I know plenty of hipsters that go to the gym and love a good Giants' game. I know hipsters that even watch the 49ers.