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Another Cafe in San Francisco

Cafe / Restaurant
Louder Noise
Several Plugs

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Community verified
Drew

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Bicycle Coffee
Alcohol Beer
Food Breakfast sandwiches, paninis, pastries
Seating Capacity 25
Outside Seating 3
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Standing bar / counter
Keywords Outdoor Seating, Has Power, Popular
Web anothercafesf.com  

Pro Tips

Lately wi-fi has not been working on weekends. Ample amount of outlets. This cafe brews Bicycle Coffee and makes panini sandwiches. Beer on taps. Can be noisy with the loud music playing. 2 levels.


  • What is the Wifi password?

  • This is a cool coffee shop, and the upstairs is nice. I’ve worked here a few times but the Wi-Fi can be spotty and when there are too many people connected you’ll get dropped or not be able to connect. Acoustics of the shop make it a little loud sometimes.

  • I used my 4G connection because I couldn’t connect to the wi-fi. Then someone asked about it and they restarted the rooter. After that, it was pretty smooth and fast. I like the ambiant music and the overall experience working in the cafe. The only negative point is that the food and drink options aren’t very interesting. You get the basic stuff you could get anywhere. Funny fact: it’s the first time I work in a cafe packed with laptops and none of them were developers. A lot of people came with a graphic tablet and beautiful pieces of art came out of the talented people in the room. Also, I’d say about half of the crowd was speaking another language.

  • Wifi can be slow and unreliable (ask one of the baristas to reset the router if you are unable to connect at all, as they are aware of an issue with it), though it seems to be better lately. Music tends to be on the lively/noisy side. All-in-all, not a bad place to do work, though I’d prefer something a little quieter.

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