Coffee Bar in San Francisco

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Several Plugs

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Coffee Bar (in house)
Tea Harney & Sons
Alcohol Beer, Wine
Food pastries, breakfast, lunch, dinner, pizza
Seating Capacity 50+
Outside Seating 10
Group Space Yes
Types of Seating Small tables, Larger tables, Lounge chairs / couches
Keywords Group Friendly, Outdoor Seating, Alcohol, Has Power
Web www.coffeebarsf.com  

Pro Tips

Open, high ceilings, fairly dimly lit at night. Lots of windows, evening light can create glares. Often crowded from 10a - 5p and getting power might not be easy; a lot of people are regulars. No WiFi password.

  • Wifi isn’t amazing (have to log in every hours or so, sometimes disconnects), but generally good coffee and food. Lots of tables, outlets near the wall.

  • Wifi is terrible. It’s low and you get kicked off it frequently. No password required to get on, but you have to keep signing in. Probably because everyone’s working on a laptop or mobile device in here. On the upside, lots of seating and standing tables upstairs, plus cozy outdoor seating area. The food and coffee is pretty good. The staff and customers are polite and chill.

  • Workfrom

    Updated. Thank you!

  • aiwdesign

    Looks like the hours are out of date on this site. Their website (www.coffeebarsf.com/bryant-st) says they’re only open til 7pm on weekdays. I just called today (Wednesday) to confirm, and they said they close at 7.

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