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Trip Report: Equator Coffee & Teas (Tenderloin / Mid-Market)

Posted by TheShot on 01 Sep 2016 | Filed under: Café Society, Local Brew

Opening in April last year, this Mid-Market outlet of the slowly growing Equator chain espouses being a decidedly populist place for coffee. Like we never heard that before. But given its location and the surrounding environs, you can’t get too precious about your coffee when you do your business among more than a few addicts, […]

Trip Report: George and Lennie (Tenderloin)

Posted by TheShot on 07 Aug 2016 | Filed under: Café Society, Local Brew

Opening in August 2015 in one of the rougher parts of this softening town, Brett Walker combined his experience as a former Four Barrel Coffee barista with his love of houseplants and large-format prints of his photography in establishing what is very much a personal space. It also happens to serve coffee. On the ground […]

Trip Report: L.A. Café

Posted by TheShot on 16 May 2009 | Filed under: Beans, Café Society, Local Brew, Quality Issues

Recently we have been thinking about all the great, Top-20-caliber SF coffee bars that have opened up in recent years. So much so that the news of a great new espresso bar opening in town is thankfully becoming a little monotonous. With all the great coffee now available, we thought we could all use a […]