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Check out these 4 new spots to savor dessert in San Francisco

Nothing beats dessert — and if you're in the mood to indulge in San Francisco, we've found a lineup of places that will excite your appetite.

Here are the newest places to check out the next time you're in the mood for some desserts.

U :Dessert Story Vintage

2120 Greenwich St., Marina

Photo: Cherylynn N./Yelp

U :Dessert Story Vintage provides desserts inspired by Korean, Japanese, and Thai flavors. On the menu, look for specialties like mango sticky rice bingsu, honey brick cake and chocolate matcha lava cake. There's also bubble tea, coffee and matcha tea on offer.

With a 4.5-star rating out of 11 reviews on Yelp, U :Dessert Story Vintage has been getting positive attention.

Yelper Melody W., who reviewed the eatery on June 17, wrote, "The decor is absolutely gorgeous, between the flower wall, the chairs, lights, etc. I came with my family and were definitely awed by how beautiful it was."

And Yelper Sandy B. wrote, "It's hard to find a place that makes good food and looks good as well. The interior is so pretty and colorful."

U :Dessert Story Vintage is open from 9:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m. and 5 p.m.–midnight daily.

Uji Time Dessert 

135 Fourth St., SoMa

Photo: ART c./Yelp

Uji Time Dessert, which also has locations in Berkeley and the Japantown mall, specializes in Japanese-style soft-serve ice cream in fish-shaped taiyaki cake cones. Flavors include black sesame, matcha and tofu, and there are also ice cream cakes available.

With a four-star Yelp rating out of six reviews, Uji Time Dessert is off to a promising start.

Yelper Alice W., who visited the shop on June 11, wrote, "For a little more than $8 (post tax), you can get a taiyaki with filling and two toppings. ... Overall, solid black sesame flavor (and the matcha I've had before was also good)."

And Yelper Christina R. wrote, "I got a sampling of all the flavors they had available ...  The black sesame and the tofu were great."

Uji Time Dessert is open from 10:30 a.m.–8:30 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 10:30 a.m.–9:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

ONE65 Patisserie & Boutique

165 O'Farrell St., Union Square

Photo: joanna t./Yelp

ONE65 Patisserie & Boutique is a patisserie/cake shop. Part of the multi-level ONE65 dining complex, it's now serving up French pastries, breads, ice cream and chocolates. There is also coffee and wine on tap. 

Yelpers are generally positive about ONE65 Patisserie & Boutique, which currently holds four stars out of 39 reviews on the site.

Andrew S. noted, "After a great but slow dining experience at the ONE65 Bistro, my friend and I decided that we should just pay a visit to the patisserie for dessert. The offerings here are impressive they have truffles, macaroons, pastries, cakes, ice cream, fruit jellies and coffee/tea." 

And Yelper Anthony W. wrote, "One thing is certain, they don't skimp on the butter. I will certainly be returning to try their Bailey's mousse, [which] looks quite interesting."

ONE65 Patisserie & Boutique is open from 7:30 a.m.–10 p.m. Monday-Saturday and 8:30 a.m.–6 p.m. on Sunday.

Teazzert

880 Geneva Ave., Outer Mission

Photo: Teazzert/Yelp

Teazzert is a spot to score desserts, coffee, tea and bubble tea. The business, which moved to the neighborhood from its original location in Alameda, states on its website that it serves Five Mountains organic teas, coffee made with Barefoot Coffee Roasters beans and fruit smoothies.For snacks, visitors can enjoy cookies, macaroons or waffles stuffed with ice cream.

Teazzert currently holds four stars out of 11 reviews on Yelp, indicating good reviews.

Yelper Tha C. wrote, "I was walking to get some pho and stopped by at Teazzert and so happy I did. Man, do they have the best waffles and cookies and cream sandwich ever!"

Teazzert is open from 11 a.m.–9 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 10 a.m.–9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.


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