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Tartine Bakery & Cafe

415-487-2600  •  $$
ADDRESS: 600 Guerrero St, San Francisco, CA 94110

CUISINE: Breakfast, Bakery, Sandwiches, Dessert, Cafe

FEATURES: Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

DETAILS

Opened in 2002 by James Beard Award-winning pastry chef Elisabeth Prueitt and her much-honored husband-baker Chad Robertson, Tartine Bakery & Cafe offers stellar breakfast pastries, hot pressed sandwiches, and dessert pastries such as eclairs, banana cream and coconut cream tarts, and chocolate souffle cake.

 


 


No alcohol available. Serving during breakfast, lunch and early dinner hours daily.

James Beard Foundation: Outstanding Pastry Chef (national), 2008


"San Francisco now has one of the best French-style bakeries as well — run by, no less, a transplanted New Yorker named Elisabeth Prueitt. Ms. Prueitt and her husband, Chad Robertson — who works mostly on the bread side — insist they determinedly rely on local suppliers for nearly everything and use organic ingredients whenever possible."

— The New York Times 

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Opened in 2002 by James Beard Award-winning pastry chef Elisabeth Prueitt and her much-honored husband-baker Chad Robertson, Tartine Bakery & Cafe offers stellar breakfast pastries, hot pressed sandwiches, and dessert pastries such as eclairs, banana cream and coconut cream tarts, and chocolate souffle cake.

 


 


 

James Beard Foundation: Outstanding Pastry Chef (national), 2008


"San Francisco now has one of the best French-style bakeries as well — run by, no less, a transplanted New Yorker named Elisabeth Prueitt. Ms. Prueitt and her husband, Chad Robertson — who works mostly on the bread side — insist they determinedly rely on local suppliers for nearly everything and use organic ingredients whenever possible."

— The New York Times 

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No alcohol available. Serving during breakfast, lunch and early dinner hours daily.

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