Blue Bottle Café

Blue Bottle Café

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66 Mint St., Provident Loan Building, Mint Plaza, San Francisco, CA 94103, United States

What could be better than waking up to the startlingly fragrant coffee made from freshly roasted single-origin beans? This airy, industrial-chic place hidden behind the historic US Mint building is home to the famous halogen-powered $20,000 Japanese coffee siphon (the only one of its kind in North America); the brewing process has all the ritualistic reverence of a Kyoto tea ceremony. Choose one of the three daily roasts with your farm-fresh poached eggs on Acme Bread Company toast.

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