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Toy Boat Dessert Cafe
Today 8:30AM–11PM
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401 Clement St San Francisco, CA 94118
401 Clement StreetUSCaliforniaSan Francisco94118
(415) 751-7505
$Cafe, Ice Cream Shop
Ice Cream Shop
Sandwich Shop
Takeout Restaurant
Frozen Yogurt Shop
Today 8:30AM–11PM
Tuesday 8:30AM–11PMWednesday 8:30AM–11PMThursday 8:30AM–11PMFriday 8:30AM–12AMSaturday 8:30AM–12AMSunday 8:30AM–11PMMonday 8:30AM–11PM
Cafe, desserts, Double Rainbow ice cream, sandwiches, and collectible tin toys! Visit us on Facebook!
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Destination spot for desserts (plus creative sandwiches & salads) in a funky, toy-filled space.- Google
"The coffee chocolate crunch is delicious!"
"The decor is cute and it reminds me of an old school toy box!"
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Robert Ackerman
6 months ago
Old school "Candy Store" vibe from East Coast mixed in with great ice cream and desserts. The owner Jesse and his staff are friendly and happy to take care of you! Lots of cool and retro stuff for kids of ALL ages! You'll smile when you visit!
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Natalia Makhorkina
2 months ago
Amazing tiramisu!
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Johnny Wang
a year ago
FINALLY stopped by and tried Toy Boy the other night, after a nearby dinner at Le Soleil. While I was a little skeptical about how good the ice cream here could be compared to the likes of Humphry and Mr & Mrs, I ended up being pleasantly surprised with the sea salt chocolate caramel I got! Rich and creamy, but not too sweet, with a good solid balance of sweet and savory. Combine that with generous serving sizes at a reasonable price, and, well, I'll definitely be back the next time I'm seeking dessert in the area. ***Accessibility Info*** Venue - Their ice cream counter is what you'd usually expect, which means that a bit of peering in to see flavors and reaching up to grab samples from the staff will be necessary. Otherwise, while seating is a little limited, it is at least accessible. The cafe also has two entrances, one of which has steps, while the other is level. Bathroom - Didn't check them out, so no comment, but I don't really recall seeing one either.
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Jennie Lin
2 years ago
A delightful treat to have on Clement Street - an Inner Richmond original. The bright, old-school store front filled with nostalgia and toys serves as a perfect backdrop for a neighborhood gem that brings in all types - college students, families with kids, grown-ups that are kids at heart. I have not had any food but have definitely tried most of the ice cream flavors :) The service behind the counter is friendly and the hours are great: Toy Boat closes late, for when you find that last little bit of room in your tummy for ice cream after Burma Superstar/Mandalay/Q Restaurant/Halu/Pizza/Korean BBQ/etc. If anything, stop in to check out the Pez Collection behind the counter! Is there any place else on Clement Street like this? No! :)
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Quba Michalski
2 months ago
Wonderful place for cakes and cookies. The decor is mind blowing
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Priti Kapadia
a year ago
Ice cream! This place is super cute and fun to look around. It's a great place for kids because they have lots of fun toys around the whole place. Definitely get some dessert here after eating at Burma Superstar or any of the other amazing restaurants nearby. I haven't eaten anything but the ice cream, but they have great flavors and they are generous in their scooping! The coffee chocolate crunch is delicious! Enjoy!
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lisbeth ortega
a year ago
What some don't know is that this is a decent place to get sandwiches! But they serve double rainbow ice cream, a variety of desserts, and ice cream sandwiches, too. They have cute booths in the back and a mechanical horse that is for children only, DON'T BE THAT GUY.
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Michelle Rowe
2 years ago
I come here for the ice cream! Not just any ice cream but a combination I thought I could only get a a cold stone creamery or some other type of ice cream place. My favorite combination is vanilla bean ice cream with peanut butter swirl and chocolate chips...or at Toy Boat "It's a Goodie"! Oh and it is! I love that they have unique flavors here and an array of desserts, not just ice cream. The decor is cute and it reminds me of an old school toy box! They have neat toys all around. But I didn't come to play with the toys, I came for the ice cream, and I will be going back...especially since I can get a pint or a quart of my favorite to take home with me and enjoy!
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