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The Mill
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736 Divisadero St San Francisco, CA 94117
736 Divisadero StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94117
$Cafe, Coffee ShopToday 7:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 7:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 7:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 7:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 7:00 pmSaturday 7:00 am – 7:00 pmSunday 7:00 am – 7:00 pm
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Bright & airy coffee shop serving a simple menu curated by Four Barrel Coffee & Josey Baker Bread.- Google
"Awesome Four Barrel Coffee, and delicious nutella toast."
8 reviewers
"Rich and dense bread topped with gooey almond butter, it was just divine."
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Anne McCarthy
3 months ago
The mill is the best place to get coffee, bread, and get lost reading a good book. While the lines can get long and the setting can be loud, it's a wonderful place to stop by for an hour or so. There's no wifi but for good reason as I think people would really then hang around too much. Don't worry too much about which piece of toast to get as they all taste good :)
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Martin Strauss
3 months ago
So this is the famous "$4 toast". Turns out it's not quite $4, and by calling thick chunks of baked-on-the-premises German-quality bread, toasted and liberally covered with homemade cream cheese, faux-Nutella or almond butter "toast" you are doing Josey the baker a gross disservice. That said, their menu does consist almost entirely of these single slices of bread, amazing though it is. The coffee is excellent too.
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Amy Meyer
4 months ago
Coffee is exceptional. Breads cooked on premise. Interior is beautiful. The line goes out the door, but it doesn't seem to matter. Blue bottle and Sightglass fans will love this place.
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Kimberly Ann Graham
5 months ago
How can you NOT like a place that makes it's business baking the best fresh bread and then serving it up as toast?! Single pour over coffees and tea. Lots of different varieties of bread to be toasted, each having an assigned topping to go on it. This was really fun and I will be back!
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Sally Zhao
5 months ago
This place has a great vibe! I got an Americano and a #1 (rye toast with cream cheese, pepper, and salt), and it was a great savory snack. Though the loaf of bread is $6, and my small slice was $3.75, so I almost felt like I should have just bought the loaf! The place is very packed - I went at 3 pm and the line was out the door! Definitely don't go in big groups as it'll be hard to find a place for everyone to sit. But good vibe!
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Sara Riedl
4 months ago
Famous for it's toast, The Mill also offers lots of tasty pasties, as well as excellent coffee / tea. It's a lovely place with small tables as well as one big tables for people to hang out / work. It's usually easy to get a table and service is quick. Toast is yummy although quite pricey.
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Julia Zasyatkina
4 months ago
I wasn't honestly as impressed as I would have liked to be. The nutella toast was "meh" and I LOVE nutella. I felt the same about the apricot spread. Moreover, my pour over coffee was disappointing, which for me was the saddest part. I bought 2 loaves of bread to go which I really liked and why I gave it 4 stars. Maybe I just went on an off day, but maybe there's too much hype.
A Scheirer
9 months ago
This is my favorite coffee spot in the city. Coffee by Four Barrel, toast by Josey Baker, a snazzy design (which includes local, rotating art), you really can't go wrong. Lattes and cappuccinos are high quality and can be made with almond milk. For toast, you'll generally find something with cream cheese, cinnamon and sugar, some kind of homemade (or locally made) jam, or almond butter atop all different kinds of bread. I really can't recommend just one because I. Love. Them. All. Also, there's a cute, new parklet out front, and Josey's started making pizza (!) on Mondays. If none of these things can make you linger a little longer, take your coffee and toast to go and stroll through Alamo Square.
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