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Millennials love to stand in lines. Go mid-morning on weekdays to avoid long lines. But, the food is well worth it! Riches beyond your wildest dreams: butter-golden pains au chocolat, cappuccinos with ferns drawn in dense foam and croque monsieurs turbo-loaded with ham, two kinds of cheese and béchamel. Don't be dismayed by the inevitable line out the door – it moves fast – but be aware that lolling in Dolores Park is the only possible post-Tartine activity.
A famous bakery in the heart of San Francisco. Hands down the best croissant outside of France.
If you like French pastries this is one of the most popular places. They are usually sold out around noon so it is one of the places you have to arrive early. They have tables inside, and a few more outside so you can enjoy a coffee and a croissant or a tarte while planning the rest of your day.
Bread is to DIE for. Forget Boudine, this is the spot to hit. Queues can get ludicrous so get there when it opens or, just down the street Bi-rite sometimes has bread in stock.
“Stop by here on your way to and back from Dolores Park for some of the best ice cream this city has to offer. Try the Salted Caramel!”
“One of our favorite pizzeria! The line may be long so go during non peak dinning time, or put your name there and walk around have a drink!”
“When the weather is nice, you can barely see the grass due to the throngs of people lounging around. Luckily, the park was recently renovated and is big enough that you're bound to find a spot you like. The southwest corner is good for a panoramic view of the city skyline (and usually far enough away from the folks enjoying their herbal refreshments on the northern slope). There's also a nice kid's playground, although it's geared more towards older kids.”
“Great coffee roaster. You can book classes on how to roast as well as tasting classes! ”