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Tartine bakery
Today 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
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600 Guerrero St San Francisco, CA 94110
600 Guerrero StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94110
$$Bakery, CafeToday 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 7:00 pmTuesday 7:30 am – 7:00 pmWednesday 7:30 am – 7:00 pmThursday 7:30 am – 8:00 pmFriday 7:30 am – 8:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 8:00 pmSunday 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
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Organic ingredients provide the makings for breakfast pastries, hot pressed sandwiches & coffee.- Google
"Morning bun, bread pudding, latte, croissant, banana creme pie, house iced tea."
35 reviewers
"Had the Brioche, a morning bun, an almond croissant and the lemon meringue."
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Diane Y
2 months ago
Oh Tartine, light of my life, fire of my loins. My sin, my soul. No seriously. As much as it is hipster-hyped, beneath it all, Tartine is the pastry and baked good cotillion. Yes, only the most elite, gorgeous, rich and tasty morsels are presented here. I've tried tarts, bread, croissants (filled and unfilled), open-faced sandwiches, buns, even the bread pudding. Not a single complaint. About the food, anyway. The lines are a different story. Don't come hungry - you'll wait about half an hour before you even get a taste.
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Jiann Mok
a month ago
Pros: - coconut cream tart (fresh and creamy without being heavy; chocolate and caramel are nice indulgent touches) - banana cream tart (perfectly sweet without artificial banana flavor) - lemon cream tart (tart and sweetly lemony) - olive walnut loaf (OH. MY. GOODNESS. perfectly dense yet fluffy. ideal chewiness. thin-ish crust.) Cons: - long line - a single tart is ~$7 but it's actually HUGE and very filling Bottom line: the bread, toasted, and smeared with avocado, is one of my favorite things in the world. You need to visit and make sure you get one of the beautiful tarts.
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Francisco Hanson
3 weeks ago
A tourist trap at best. Espresso was super bitter. Even the worst Starbucks have better espressos. They clearly use their water at too high a temperature. Scones and other pastries were hard as rocks. I went early in the morning and they still tasted several days old. Super over-priced, super over-hyped, long lines. Go somewhere better. You deserve it.
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hyuk kang
a month ago
I finally get to visit Tartine again since my last visit in 2013. I was so looking forward to my seasonal bread pudding. This time the bread pudding consist of raspberry, which I'm not too crazy about, and plum. It was still good but not the same heavenly experience I had from the last visit. I thought the pudding was watery that made the outer crust also watery. I also tried this morning bun. That almost blew my brain out. It was perfectly caramelized outside, with crossant-like layers inside, buttery, doughy, sugary all at the same time. All I can think about is this morning bun. Too bad I live few hundred miles away from Tartine, now I am in a mission to find a good morning bun here in OC.
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Victoria P.
2 months ago
I went here with my sister on an unusual sunny winter day last year. After having a fabulous lunch at Mission Cheese, I walked over to Tartine to get dessert. We ordered a lemon tart and bread pudding to go. We headed over to Dolores Park to enjoy our desserts overlooking the SF skyline. And they were absolutely delicious! The lemon tart wasn't heavy, and fully showcased the fruit. The bread pudding was moist and rich. And the fact that I still remembered them is truly a reflection on how amazing this bakery is. The line is infamous for being long and you'll most likely start to stare subconsciously at the patrons who are dining .. To save yourself from looking creepy, get there early.
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Joe Nastri
a month ago
One of my favorite bakery shops in SF, I always try to do a breakfast here when I'm in town. Baked goods, savory and sweet (pastries to sandwiches). I've tried many items over multiple visits, all quite well executed. Enjoy the coffee service as well, not a lack of options. Expect likely long lines from this popular place, close to the Mission.
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Tsung Yang
a week ago
Went in the morning, had pain aux chocolat, olive bread, pain aux jambon. Superb. The wait wasn't that long. Pity I didn't get the country bread they are famous for.
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Victor Valenzuela
2 months ago
great environment. food was amazing. line was out the door. our first visit and will definitely be going back for more. lemon tart and banana tart was amazing.