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Tart To Tart
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Today 6AM–12AM
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641 Irving St San Francisco, CA 94122
641 Irving StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94122
(415) 504-7068
$Coffee Shop, BakeryToday 6AM–12AM
Sunday 6AM–12AMMonday 6AM–12AMTuesday 6AM–12AMWednesday 6AM–12AMThursday 6AM–12AMFriday 6AM–12AMSaturday 6AM–12AM
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Laid-back cafe with espresso drinks, tea & many housemade desserts such as cakes & pies.- Google
"They also make a hazelnut coffee that is wonderful for drip coffee."
"Tart to tart is my favorite place to study."
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Jordan Phillips
2 months ago
Tart to Tart is a solid family-run venue for studying and working on side projects. It's open late, and attracts a crowd of UCSF med students and other night owls. It's less polished than the Starbucks down the street, but it's got personality and a pleasant staff to make up for it.
Carol Douglass
11 months ago
Just went to Tart to Tart and asked for a pint of ice cream. The woman got a plastic pint container and "filled" it with ice cream. When I saw at the register that about 1/5 of it was air--she hadn't bothered to pack the ice cream down--I pointed that out, with a smile, and said that if this was a pint container, it should be filled with ice cream and probably not have big air pockets. She immediately became snotty, and said, Well, I put in two scoops and then..." Hello? Missing the concept of "pint." It isn't how many scoops you put in, it's whether it fills the conveniently-sized pint container. After trying to argue her point (?) for a bit, she said she "could put in more for you," She took the container back and packed the ice cream in somewhat, leaving the 1/5 air at the top now. I could see that she wasn't going to get it,, and just left with the 14 oz of ice cream in a 16 oz container. Imagine having to debate whether a partially air-filled pint container of ice cream should be charged the full pint price. It boggles the mind.
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Alyssa Ackerman
a year ago
Great place to camp out and do some work. Lots of tables and chairs. They also have clear outlets and free wifi. You can sit here without feeling bad about it. The deserts look amazing in here, and they have a huge menu of coffee drinks, and desserts. Prices are completely reasonable, and the staff is super friendly. Not too busy, which is great, but they have lots to offer for someone looking to do some work, read a book, or grab a coffee/something sweet with a friend. Coffee, Ice cream, sundaes, and awesome deserts. They have wifi and outlets, too!
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Raymond Robles
3 years ago
Quality: Always high and of a very good value. It's one of the few places where you get a honky $4 sandwich that's actually delicious and stay there all day studying. Appeal: Cute, not pretentious. It might not be a place for a first date or a business meeting but it's the kind of cafe you can work in for weeks on end without any distractions. Its proximity to the park is a huge plus. Service: Super excellent. Very nice, smiling, accommodating attendants.
Dipak Patel
4 months ago
How disrespectful of families ! And I'm a customer too ! Went there tonight as usual with the kids ( 8,7,4 ) for burritos Super exhibited got there and on person ahead and then the line went 4 deep Well what do you know the Spanish only speaking cook decided that I will my three young kids should what while she helps a regular to his dinner right I front of my family Then repeatitly asked if I want chips with my meal that hasn't even started Top it all off the lady said that I was wrong and line started on the other Guess what no one else was there except the lady ahead of me What B**** at least tart to tart employee recognized she was wrong and told hear I'm not a customer and more and tell you lots of other places you can go skip tart to tart burritos !
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Dallas Strömberg
a year ago
When we're craving dessert, we go here. The key lime tart is my favorite, but I think everyone I've tried had been good, especially some of the chocolate ones. The new burrito bar in the back is also my new favorite place in the neighborhood for burritos. They have lots of flavor and the lady who makes them is so kind. She always remembers my family and goes out of her way to say Hi to my daughter and make sure she's got her order right.
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Julia Zasyatkina
a year ago
Diner-esque spot to grab some dessert and coffee in inner sunset. We had the hazelnut chocolate cake and loved the chunks of whole hazelnuts between rich chocolate. It's pretty no frills though and didn't have music playing and weren't impressed with the interior. It doesn't matter though when the pastries are delicious!
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Dylan Jones
a year ago
The cookies and muffins I tried weren't that great, the cakes and pies looked very good though! Internet was spotty too, but there was lots of places to plug in. Overall, a decent place to do some work. Seems like the high end desserts are where they shine.