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Tartine Bakery

Restaurants, Bakeries Mission Dolores
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5 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars
(3user reviews)
Tartine Bakery

Time Out says

5 out of 5 stars

After gaining a cult following at their decades-old Mission bakery, Chad Robertson and Elisabeth Prueitt added a much-larger sister space—the Manufactory—in the Heath Ceramics building in 2016. Head to the original spot for tried-and-true pie varieties baked to perfection, from the creamy pumpkin to the oat-walnut crumble-topped apple. (The banana cream pie incorporates bittersweet chocolate for an elevated twist.) Meanwhile, at the Manufactory, pastry chef Samantha Baum has concocted a decadent spin on the old-school ice cream cake featuring fior di latte soft serve, blueberry sorbet, housemade jam, candied roasted peanuts, and a peanut butter cookie crust. There's also an array of rotating pies available from the go-go case, including inventive flavors like lemon and ginger and matcha.

By: Lauren Sheber

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Details

Address: 600 Guerrero St
San Francisco
94110
Cross street: at 19th St
Transport: BART to 16th St/bus 14, 22, 33
Price: $$$
Contact:
Opening hours: Mon 8am-7pm, Tue-Wed 7:30am-7pm, Thu-Fri 7:30am-7pm, Sat-Sun 8am-8pm
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Users say (3)

5 out of 5 stars

Average User Rating

5 / 5

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tastemaker

Today it is about their coffee! Moved me just with the gorgeous packaging. But just the taste of the espresso on my first sip put me over the moon. Brewed in Korea ( known for amazing coffee culture) ... say no more. Get it!

tastemaker

If I could eat every meal here I would.  Tartine makes traditionally "boring" pastries into amazingly delicious works of art. I'll never look at a morning bun the same way again, and any lemon cream tart I have in the future will never compare to what Tartine offers. Yes, there will definitely be a line, but it's completely worth it.  If you're hungry enough, get two pastries - one that you've had before, and something that's completely new (like a frangipane croissant). You won't regret it.