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Black Point Cafe
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882 North Point St San Francisco, CA 94109
882 North Point StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94109
(415) 800-8448
Cafe, Coffee ShopToday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Opened in April 2012, Black Point Cafe was created to showcase Bay Area coffee and food proprieties. Located across the street from the world-famous Ghirardelli Square, the cafe offers coffee from Equator (located in Marin County) who roast their own beans every week. Pastries and other fresh food items come from local sources and are prepared fresh everyday. 
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WiFi-enabled coffeehouse serving light gourmet meals, plus pastries, beer & wine, in a chill space.- Google
"This place has a great dirty chai and good breakfast options."
"Lovely café, with a nice maple flavoured latte, and a great view of the bay."
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Jeff LeRoy
2 weeks ago
Great food with a great view. Not busy at 8am on a Saturday morning. My Americano was awesome. The help has a laid back attitude. Don't be offended.
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Pat Pezet
3 months ago
Scones are killer.. if you're lucky you can try some of the small samples that are extra crispy. Lattes and breakfast very good as well. Updating this to add that the Turkey and Avocado sandwich is fantastic. 5/5
Matt Dubs
6 months ago
Not completely overrun with tourists despite being across the street from Ghirardelli Square. Good selection of food; only disappointment was that sandwiches are very small for the price. Nice interior with a few outlets and wifi. Deducted a star due to charging for tap water.
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Kirsten Scott
a year ago
My family just moved around the corner from Black Point Cafe. My dad frequents this local coffee destination and I pop in for food and a dirty chai (so good) several times whenever I visit. The food is great if you are looking for a quick flavorful bite to eat with a nice view and a slightly edgy hipster vibe, BUT you will notice I did not give it 5 stars. The fact of the matter is that I have never had a friendly encounter with any of the staff here. Aside from taking your order, no small talk will be had - and I am one of the friendliest chattiest people in the world, always looking to connect. This isn't a deal breaker for me - I will still go there whenever I am in town - but this place has so much potential and it's a shame that the staff doesn't try to smile and connect more with their customers.
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Jason Levy
2 months ago
I'm very impressed with Black Point Cafe's service and food/beverages. After an early morning workout, the Black Point Cafe is a great solution. The cafe itself is clean and has a couple of screens usually showing morning news/weather/sports information. There's plenty of seating if you'd rather stay for a bit, though, a grab-and-go experience is what I've seen during the early hours I've been to Black Point.
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Benjamin Williams
4 months ago
Good food and coffee, nice location. Some of the staff are apparently unaware that they're in a customer service position though. I've had people be more rude to me but none of them are still in business. Get your staff in gear guys. I want you to succeed. Your product is good. Your service is not.
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Sean-Franc Strang
9 months ago
Quiet, and spacious, and right across the street from Ghirardelli Square. I stop in for a Macchiato a few times a month, and each time they ask me if I'm sure I know what a proper macchiato is. I guess I come back for the lemon bars, which are amazing. Free WiFi, and plenty of space to spread out and work.
Chris Lamb
a year ago
Quiet - possibly the only cafe I found in my visit to San Francisco where I could hear myself think. Coffee pretty good - I need to acclimatise my palate to the heavier roast that SF natives seem to like. Pastries to die for - the Chocolate & Almond croissant was an entire meal in its own right - very flaky & crisp - gentle flavour.


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