Thrillist published a story yesterday rounding up "the best coffee shop in every single SF neighborhood."
While the article definitely leaves out a few neighborhoods, and features some controversial inclusions, it's a pretty solid summary of the caffeinated state of things in San Francisco these days.
We were particularly interested in Thrillist's choices for the top coffee shops in our neck of the woods:
Divisadero: The Mill - "Has no plugs or WiFi, so you’ll actually have to interact with (gasp!) other people while you’re there."
Duboce Triangle: Duboce Park Cafe - "Honestly, getting coffee here is just an awesome excuse to people watch."
Hayes Valley: Ritual - "If you’re feeling adventurous, they share space with Smitten... Ritual-Smitten coffee-ice cream float anyone?"
Lower Haight: Cafe du Soleil - "This Parisian-style café is just consistently friendly and inviting."
Upper Haight: Flywheel - "Each cup is made to-order, with the beans roasted in-house."
What do you think of these choices, readers? Do you prefer Ritual in Hayes Valley to the Blue Bottle around the corner? Would you rather people-watch at Duboce Park Cafe than grab a cup of joe at Jumpin' Java? And does Cafe du Soleil truly have the best coffee in the Lower Haight? Tell us your top choices for the best coffee around.
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