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10 Best Bakeries in San Francisco

San Francisco Food + Drink
by Kate Oct 21, 2016

Known for its bakeries since the sourdough bread of the gold rush era, San Francisco’s bakeries continue to innovate in the realm of croissants, apple strudels, cinnamon rolls, and all else flour-based.

Tartine Bakery

 Tartine BakerySan Francisco, United StatesThe best French bakery in the Mission, Tartine is famous for its scrumptious pastries. My favorites (because I can’t choose just one) the quiche and the bread pudding (pictured here). If you come on the weekend, get ready to wait in line for about an hour. It’s worth it.

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse

 Mr. Holmes BakehouseSan Francisco, United StatesYummy pastries in adorable surroundings.

Craftsman and Wolves

 Craftsman and WolvesSan Francisco, United StatesAmazing, creative tarts and pastries.

Tartine Manufactory

 Tartine ManufactorySan Francisco, United StatesNew outpost of Tartine, so far with much shorter lines. And they bake bread three times a day, so it’s easier to score a loaf. Great spot for lunch.

20th Century Cafe

 20th Century CafeSan Francisco, United StatesDelicious Viennese style tortes and pastries. The apple strudel is especially delicious! #coffee

Arsicault Bakery

 Arsicault BakerySan Francisco, United StatesRecently deemed best croissants in the U.S. by Bon Appetit …. Get there early and if they’re sold out of plain croissants, the chocolate croissants and kouigan amman are just as good. #coffee

Arizmendi Bakery

 Arizmendi BakerySan Francisco, United StatesWorker-owned collective slinging great bread and pastries. #cheap-eats

Victoria Pastry

 Victoria PastrySan Francisco, United StatesTraditional North Beach pastries and small cookies by the pound.

The Mill

 The MillSan Francisco, United StatesDelicious toast, although a loaf costs about as much as a slice….. They also have a few great pastries, such as the blackberry pistachio.


 HearthSan Francisco, United StatesServes single origin drips and delicious pastries, including one called “pain au mocha – espresso and dark chocolate blended together for creamy decadence”. can’t make it during the day? they also offer three course prix fixe menu prepared by Guilia, an Italian chef with experience in michelin starred restaurants. #coffee #fine-dinning #pastries

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