Thrillist | SF’s best coffee shops

“Start your day here at 7am when they open and leave a little tipsy at 10:15pm when the friendly staff starts stacking chairs as a not-so-subtle reminder that you don’t actually live here. In between, you’ll have several cups of coffee, one of the best Caesar salads in the city, a cheese plate, sangria, and a vegan German chocolate cake from Santa Cruz’s Black China Bakery to go (doesn’t matter if you’re vegan — it’s just that good). This corner café is movie-level charming — the cable car rolls right past the sunny sidewalk seating and you’ve got views of tree-lined Hyde St, plus the coffee is the best in the neighborhood (and we’ve tried them all). And despite all that, it’s the daily happy hour from 4-7pm that discounts beer, wine, sangria, and delicious pita pizzas that’s really worth staying for. Note: they turn off the Wi-Fi on the weekends.Best seat: It gets toasty in here, so best to snag a seat next to the full-length window along Jackson St.”Read the full article at