Blue Bottle Coffee, Embarcadero

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SAN FRANCISCO | Blue Bottle Coffee is one of the most recognisable names in third wave coffee in the US and despite their rapid expansion they remain one of the most reliable cafes in the US to get a fantastic coffee. Blue Bottle have two locations in the Ferry Building – a modern espresso bar in the North Nave, and a newer tasting room out front in the North Arcade.

The espresso bar might be small, but there’s a good reason to visit – it’s the only Blue Bottle cafe that offers single origin coffee flights, which is a fantastic way to really appreciate the subtleties and differences between roasts and beans. Both cafes serve Blue Bottle’s range of espresso and filter based drinks, including of course the signature New Orleans iced coffee. As with every Blue Bottle we’ve visited in the US, staff are well trained, and are able to explain the different beans and brews on offer if you want to try something new. If you’re not adventurous and just want “a coffee” the house blend latte is fantastic.

There are a few pastries and baked treats available at the smaller cafe, but if you’re hungry your best bet is the larger of the two, where you’ll find desserts made using mostly organic ingredients and other coffee-compatible edibles such as granola and caramelised Belgian waffles.

Blue Bottle Coffee (Ferry Building)

One Ferry Building, #7
San Francisco
California 94111
United States

Telephone: 510 653 3394
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Mon – Sat: 6:30am to 7:30pm
Sun: 6:00am to 5:00pm

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