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The Best of San Francisco

We flew from NY to the West Coast. After a short season in California, we came to have our favorite San Francisco hotspots.

Claur’s List

 

Mr. Holmes Bake House

Mr. Holmes is an incredible bakery with all the possible choices of croissants, muffins and pastries in general. The decor is very minimalist and everything there is super photogenic – and delicious.

→ 1042 Larkin St., San Francisco

Mr. Holmes Bake House

Mr. Holmes Bake House

 

Dynamo Donut + Coffee

For ten years the Dynamo Dunut & Coffee has been one of the best places to eat the typical American sweet in town. There are different flavors and, of course, the original one, in addition to some seasonal, which is the best thing about the Dynamo.

→ 110 Yacht Road; 2760 24th Street, San Francisco

Dynamo Donut

@ Dynamo Donut

 

FLORES

The traditional Mexican is a great option for those who enjoy a good meal and are in SF. The tortillas are made in the house and the environment is very fun, as well as an exclusive cocktails menu.

→ 2030 Union St, San Francisco

Flores

@ Flores

 

San Francisco Marina

→ 3950 Scott Street, San Francisco

 

 

Jane

With three units throughout the city the Jane serves top quality coffee, pastries – made daily on the spot -, breakfast and lunch.

→ 925 Larkin Street; 1881 Geary Blvd; 2123 Fillmore Street, San Francisco

Jane

@ Jane

 

B. Patisserie

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the calm before the storm

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One more patisserie option in town. B. Patisserie is specialized in the subject and has all kinds of pastries you can imagine, one more delicious than the other, and the environment is beautiful.

→ 2821 California St. San Francisco

B. Patisserie

@ B. Patisserie

 

A16 Pizza

The flavors of southern Italy are the main thing of A16, named after the pizzeria because of the road between the two Italian cities Naples and Bari. The specialty of the chef Nicolette Manescalchi are the fresh pasta typical of the European country and the authentic Neapolitan Pizza.

→ 2355 Chestnut Street, San Francisco

A16 Pizza

@ A16 Pizza

 

The Cavalier

The Cavalier is a London-inspired brasserie that collects some awards such as “Best New Restaurant in America” and “Top 100 Bay Area Restaurants”, both in 2014. Chef Jennifer Puccio runs the kitchen and the typical British fish dish and chips’ is one of the classic menu choices.

→ 360 Jessie Street, San Francisco

♦ The Cavalier

@ The Cavalier

 

Rapha Store

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Morning cap. #Rapha #fourbarrel

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Rapha is a super popular cycling product store in San Francisco, but also has great coffee and is a very cool place to work. We simply love it.

→ 2198 Filbert St, San Francisco

Rapha

@ Rapha

 

Wayfare Tavern

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bhr7XwyBmLG/?taken-by=wayfaretavern

Recommended by the Michelin Guide Wayfare Tavevrn run by chef Tyler Florence specializes in American food with seasonal touches. The décor with dark wood and leather furniture mixes a gastropub’s vibe with a private club. The garlic salmon and the strawberry cheesecake are great options.

→ 558 Sacramento Street, San Francisco

Wayfare Tavern

@ Wayfare Tavern

 

Lyon Street Steps

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The Lyon Street Stairs is one of the most beautiful places in town especially in summer and spring. The view from the top of the Palace of Fine Arts and the San Francisco Bay is a must.

→ Lyon Street, San Francisco

SFMOMA

https://www.instagram.com/p/BkfaqvnF_Il/?hl=pt&taken-by=sfmoma

We flew from NY to the West Coast. After a short season in California, we came to have our favorite San Francisco hotspots.

 

Lifestyle by Claur’s List

 

Mr. Holmes Bake House

Mr. Holmes is an incredible bakery with all the possible choices of croissants, muffins and pastries in general. The decor is very minimalist and everything there is super photogenic – and delicious.

→ 1042 Larkin St., San Francisco

Mr. Holmes Bake House

Mr. Holmes Bake House

 

Dynamo Donut + Coffee

For ten years the Dynamo Dunut & Coffee has been one of the best places to eat the typical American sweet in town. There are different flavors and, of course, the original one, in addition to some seasonal, which is the best thing about the Dynamo.

→ 110 Yacht Road; 2760 24th Street, San Francisco

Dynamo Donut

@ Dynamo Donut

 

FLORES

The traditional Mexican is a great option for those who enjoy a good meal and are in SF. The tortillas are made in the house and the environment is very fun, as well as an exclusive cocktails menu.

→ 2030 Union St, San Francisco

Flores

@ Flores

 

San Francisco Marina

→ 3950 Scott Street, San Francisco

 

 

Jane

With three units throughout the city the Jane serves top quality coffee, pastries – made daily on the spot -, breakfast and lunch.

→ 925 Larkin Street; 1881 Geary Blvd; 2123 Fillmore Street, San Francisco

Jane

@ Jane

 

B. Patisserie

View this post on Instagram

the calm before the storm

A post shared by B. Patisserie (@bpatisserie) on

One more patisserie option in town. B. Patisserie is specialized in the subject and has all kinds of pastries you can imagine, one more delicious than the other, and the environment is beautiful.

→ 2821 California St. San Francisco

B. Patisserie

@ B. Patisserie

 

A16 Pizza

The flavors of southern Italy are the main thing of A16, named after the pizzeria because of the road between the two Italian cities Naples and Bari. The specialty of the chef Nicolette Manescalchi are the fresh pasta typical of the European country and the authentic Neapolitan Pizza.

→ 2355 Chestnut Street, San Francisco

A16 Pizza

@ A16 Pizza

 

The Cavalier

The Cavalier is a London-inspired brasserie that collects some awards such as “Best New Restaurant in America” and “Top 100 Bay Area Restaurants”, both in 2014. Chef Jennifer Puccio runs the kitchen and the typical British fish dish and chips’ is one of the classic menu choices.

→ 360 Jessie Street, San Francisco

♦ The Cavalier

@ The Cavalier

 

Rapha Store

View this post on Instagram

Morning cap. #Rapha #fourbarrel

A post shared by Allen Pinkerton (@allenpinkerton) on

Rapha is a super popular cycling product store in San Francisco, but also has great coffee and is a very cool place to work. We simply love it.

→ 2198 Filbert St, San Francisco

Rapha

@ Rapha

 

Wayfare Tavern

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bhr7XwyBmLG/?taken-by=wayfaretavern

Recommended by the Michelin Guide Wayfare Tavevrn run by chef Tyler Florence specializes in American food with seasonal touches. The décor with dark wood and leather furniture mixes a gastropub’s vibe with a private club. The garlic salmon and the strawberry cheesecake are great options.

→ 558 Sacramento Street, San Francisco

Wayfare Tavern

@ Wayfare Tavern

 

Lyon Street Steps

View this post on Instagram

.

A post shared by Greg Rafferty (@gregrafferty) on

The Lyon Street Stairs is one of the most beautiful places in town, especially in the Summer and Spring. The view from the top of the Palace of Fine Arts and the San Francisco Bay is a must.

→ Lyon Street, San Francisco

SFMOMA

https://www.instagram.com/p/BkfaqvnF_Il/?hl=pt&taken-by=sfmoma

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has an incredible collection and super interesting exhibits.

→ 151 3rd Street, San Francisco

SFMOMA

@ SFMOMA

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