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Bacon Bacon
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Today 8AM–3PM
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205 Frederick St San Francisco, CA 94117
205 Frederick StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94117
(415) 218-4347baconbaconsf.com
$Coffee Shop, RestaurantToday 8AM–3PM
Saturday 8AM–3PMSunday 8AM–3PMMonday 7AM–3PMTuesday 7AM–3PMWednesday 7AM–3PMThursday 7AM–3PMFriday 7AM–3PM
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Popular take-out coffeehouse serving up bacon in many forms, from burgers to a bouquet.- Google
"Had the bacon bouquet and the pulled pork BBQ sandwich and loved it."
"Maybe my favorite breakfast burrito of all time."
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Guillermo Macalpin
a month ago
Everything has bacon! I had the breakfast sandwich and the grilled cheese. The breakfast sandwich was great if you like classic hole in the wall food. The grilled cheese was average but I heard the fried chicken sandwich is to die for as it was sold out when I arrived. They also bake pastries and the amazing staff comped me a chocolate chip muffin :)
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Matt Maeder
2 months ago
Awesome place, the menu is obviously their focus but the staff is excellent and the ambience is very fun
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Scott Eaton
10 months ago
This was a fun find on a recent visit. Where else can you get your picture taken on a flying pig and then posted on the restaurant wall? There is nothing fancy about the decor. In fact, some of the pieces look like they might be reclaimed household furniture. But my son said it was the best chicken sandwich he has had in his entire life of 15 years. I had the belly sandwich and was not disappointed with the quality. I will not hesitate to go back whenever in this neighborhood.
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Brian Mullaney
9 months ago
LOVED IT! Was drawn by the name while watching Bay to Breakers. I had a cuban sandwich and it was really good.
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Jonas Brandon
2 months ago
If you are kosher, don't come here. When roses won't do, there's always the bacon bouquet (seriously)! The breakfast burrito is tasty, but your stomach might not be ready for all the bacon. The bacon mobius strip at the register is mind bending.
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Andrew Goldfinch
2 months ago
casual bacon oriented affair. limited seating inside, so bad for groups. great coffee
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Brian White
5 months ago
Was tasty and reasonably priced. But my burger was a bit over cooked to be medium. But great customer service made me say forget it
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Avery Alix
a year ago
Updated Review! Bacon Bacon has won me over again. In the past two months I've had only good experiences. Ingredients and dishes haven't been out of stock, service has been friendly and quick - and most importantly of all - their grill is working and they're on their full menu again! If you're looking for heart-stopping and delicious greasy breakfast I haven't found any better than their full menu, and I still drop in for drip coffee at least twice a week. Bacon Bacon is back, and my heart is rekindled! Old Review: ** I want to love the Bacon Bacon cafe, I really do. I'm loving on momentum long after the fire is out. Bacon Bacon, you've changed and so have I. When we first met, it was like it was meant to be. If just moved to the neighbourhood and you had cheap coffee. I fell for you gooey sandwiches, cheap drip coffee and friendly staff, and overlooked your faults like broken wifi, lack of hustle and second rate atmosphere. You charmed me with your $0.10 mechanical pig and cute logo colour scheme, so I dealt with the facts you overcharge for a cafeteria and you're always out of something without posting it. They say love helps you pull through the hard times, so when your griddle broke and you had to make a whole new menu of largely inferior foodstuffs we stuck with you. We say you trying and we tried back, supporting you. I don't know when I started to realise the fire was gone. Maybe the third time I sat around long after I order had been forgotten. Maybe it was when I finally said "never again" to the most awful American in town (despite good drip). Maybe it was the second time I waited in line to find out when ordering that you were put of bacon... In a place called Bacon Bacon. No, it was when I learned you never plan to fix your grill and get your menu back. I know it's expensive, but you broke my heart. I'll still visit, and I still love things about you (like the reuben), but the love affair is over. *sniff*
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