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The large number of small neighborhood "coffee shops"  is one of the reasons that make French people say San Francisco looks like a French city. One difference though : many of these cafes offer free Wi-Fi connection... A reminder we are in the Sillicon Valley ! So bring your laptop, a good book or a newspaper, and relax while drinking your regular coffee, espresso...

Doing a selection is almost impossible. Here are the ones you must try (most of them are in The Mission) :


San Francisco is full of nice friendly lunch or brunch spot. We don't have enough space to list all of them here...

Our favorites right now, listed by neighborhood : 


North Beach :

Mama’s on Washington square 

Best brunch and lunch for some people. Pancakes, club sandwichs et burgers. As every popular place, it might be crowded, so bring a newspaper to read while waiting to be seated.

1701 Stockton St. (415) 362-6421.

8 am - 3 pm. Closed on Mondays. 

If you have landed on this page, it's because you love tea more than coffee... Good for you, it is said to be much healthier.

We found some really fantastic tearooms in the city :



Tea lounge - restaurant. Their selection of white, green, black teas and herbal teas is exotic and endless. Tea is served in traditionnal ware. Amazing food too. Three locations in SF :

Yerba Buena Gardens, 730 Howard St, SoMa

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