The tiny Italian bakery does nothing but turn out ten or so kinds of focaccia—onion, tomato, raisin, rosemary-garlic, olive—from old-fashioned brick ovens. Founded on this corner in North Beach by three brothers from Genoa in 1911, it is still run by members of the same family. Locals line up daily to get their still-warm squares of pillowy bread, wrapped in butcher paper and tied up with string. When the shop runs out (usually by midday), it closes. Cash only.
|Venue name:||Liguria Bakery||Contact:|
1700 Stockton St
|Cross street:||at Filbert St|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Fri 8am–1pm, Sat 7am–1pm|
|Transport:||Bus 8x, 39, 41, 45|