Mazarine Coffee in San Francisco

Cafe / Restaurant
Moderate Noise
Plugs everywhere

Original Scout + Editors

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Workspace Details + Amenities

Coffee Rotating coffee from craft producers. 2 varieties of pour over, typical espresso drinks, drip coffee and tea.
Tea Various
Food Great selection of healthy salads, house-made sandwiches, pastries and all-day breakfast dishes. Wine and Beer available for reasonable prices.
Seating Capacity 20-30
Outside Seating 10
Keywords coffee, wine, wifi, downtown san francisco, Has Food, Group Friendly, Outdoor Seating, Natural Light, Has Power
Web www.mazarinecoffee.com  

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Tech: A few power ports along the front wall and back tables, not accessible by all seating. Sound system is also pretty spectacular ... definitely great quality gear. Eclectic mix of chill coffeehouse electronic hipster music.

Comfort: Lightning is nice at night, not too bright during the day. The music in the background seems to be specially curated by a tech-edge/IDM aficionado. A good amount of seating .. stools, tables along the walls with padded backs. The table along the window gives one a great view of the people walking by along market street, and the outdoor seating area gives you front row to the madness along Market Street.

Geek: Situated right between FiDi / SoMa and Montgomery ... this is right in the middle of all the action. You won't avoid the crowd no matter what time you come in, though the line is longest during lunch hour. Be prepared to share a table.

Ratings by Original Scout, bdelvento

  • Comfort Score 4/5

  • Tech Score 3/5

  • Geek Score 4.5/5

  • Food & Drink score 4.5/5

  • Price - $$

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