Vive la Tarte, SOMA

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SAN FRANCISCO | Vive la Tarte is a large former printing press in SOMA that operates as a bakery and cafe. The front half contains the cafe portion, with seating, tables and a stepped seating area, while the back half contains the completely open kitchen, bakery and storage area.

Vive la Tarte specialise in sweet and savory tarts and other baked treats made using organic Northern California ingredients, along with great coffee (roasted at Sightglass Coffee around the corner), tea and juices. It’s owned and operated by Belgian husband-and-wife team Arnaud Goethals and Julie Vandermeersch, who want to create “excellent versions of classics” with a Northern Californian feel. Think fried egg sandwiches with Hook’s 2 year old cheddar, Hill’s hardwood smoked bacon, avocado, and basil aioli, Vive falafel salad with cucumber yogurt, avocado, pickled red cabbage, and house sourdough toast, and a danish with with basil custard and red rhubarb.

Coffee is available in a variety of formats – espresso and filter, hot and cold, and with a range of different milks and the like. We love the coconut water cold brew. Non coffee drinkers can enjoy a range of August Uncommonteas and a fresh “juice of the day” from Happy Moose Juice.

Vive la Tarte

1160 Howard Street
San Francisco
California 94103
United States

Telephone: 415 634 5444
E-mail: n/a
Website

Open
Sun – Mon: 8:00am to 4:00pm
Tue – Sat: 8:00am to 6:00pm

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