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The Mill
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736 Divisadero St San Francisco, CA 94117
736 Divisadero StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94117
$Coffee ShopToday 7AM–7PM
Saturday 7AM–7PMSunday 7AM–7PMMonday 7AM–9PMTuesday 7AM–7PMWednesday 7AM–7PMThursday 7AM–7PMFriday 7AM–7PM
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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."
"Super expensive, especially with the almond milk option for espresso drinks."
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SF's Best for Iced Coffee
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Nico Pallotta
4 weeks ago
Best cream cheese on toast I have ever had. They make the bread themselves. Coffee is also really good. Interior design is nice, lots of designer pieces. Worth visiting if in the area.
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Jason Knox
2 months ago
What more can one say - top notch coffee, home made bread in the truest sense of the phrase, and an open and inviting atmosphere. Is it expensive? Yes. Is it worth it? Absolutely. Make sure to arrive early to avoid the line out the door
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Alec Matusis
3 months ago
Go there if you want to see the SF start up bubble. A piece of rye bread with cream cheese costs $4 + 9% CA tax! Young startup employees browse Craigslist on their Mac book air for $4000/mo two bedroom apartments in the Dog Patch. Recommended for tourists before the bubble bursts.
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Noel Dong
2 months ago
Do you like fancy toasts and good coffee? I think you might like this place. beautiful interiors combined with the smell of baking bread will have you hooked.
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Bruce Hammerstrom
3 months ago
Monday night and you don't care for football, go to the Mill for pizza night. Just one veggie choice but it's always good. Put you order in, slices or whole pizza then find a place to sit. Since it takes 30 minutes walk on down to Bi-Rite for beer or wine and your set. If you know how good Josey Baker bread is just imagine the pizza. Busy and a bit loud but a fun and interesting night out. Grab a place to sit as it does get crowded and check with them for when the pizza is done since it's low key on the delivery aspect.
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John Gelb
2 months ago
Great coffee (four barrel) and toast (cinnamon-sugar and Nutella). Super hip environment. Would be five stars if they did a better job tidying up after the swarms of sloppy yuppies that make a mess everywhere (tables and bathrooms). I feel bad deducting a star due to sloppy clientele, but it really does detract from the experience.
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Rich Yu
3 months ago
Okay coffee, but at $4 per pour over there's no WiFi? Not just no free WiFi, no WiFi whatsoever!
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Jeffery Hoehl
2 months ago
Not a lot of seating but the staff is always friendly and the coffee is great. Really nice decor and ambiance. I always stop by when I'm in the area.


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