Tartine Bakery

Restaurants, Bakeries Mission Dolores
5 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 stars
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Tartine Bakery

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


Venue name: Tartine Bakery
Address: 600 Guerrero St
San Francisco
Cross street: at 19th St
Opening hours: Mon 8am-7pm, Tue-Wed 7:30am-7pm, Thu-Fri 7:30am-7pm, Sat-Sun 8am-8pm
Transport: BART to 16th St/bus 14, 22, 33
Price: $$$
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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.