| August 13, 2010 | by Kim Vallee

Mint Plaza Café

mint plaza cafe by blue bottle coffee in san francisco

Local coffee purveyor Blue Bottle Coffee, renowned for its superlative hand-crafted, artisan-produced coffee, proudly debuts its first café on Mint Plaza, located in the Providian Loan Building at 66 Mint Street. Set in a beautiful, historic building with high ceilings and natural light, Blue Bottle Café features kiosk-style service up front for those on-the-go and a long standing bar in the back dedicated to a range of special coffees and a Japanese siphon coffee machine.

In addition to coffee and a few desserts, Blue Bottle features a beer and wine list. They cater a small menu during breakfast and lunch. The breakfast menu can be Acme Bakery toast, Belgian waffles or morel poached eggs. For lunch, they serve soups and European-style sandwiches.



66 Mint Street,
San Francisco, CA  94103

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