Blue Bottle, probably the most famous of SF coffees, has a number of kiosks and small cafes around the city. Their Hayes Valley location, a tiny spot in a back alley, is the original. IN SOMA hit up Sightglass Coffee; if you’re in the Mission head to Four Barrel and Philz Ritual Roasters. Out by the beach, Trouble Coffee Company has great coffee and notorious, though delicious, $4 toast. The Beachside Cafe pours its coffee a cup at a time. For leisurely hanging out, try North Beach’s historic Caffe Trieste, credited as the first espresso coffee house on the West Coast. On a nice day, head to Reverie in Cole Valley or the Bazar Cafe in the Richmond, both of which have great patios. Tartine has huge lines on the weekends, but is well worth the wait for perfect pastries and artisan bread.