That's My Jam brings coffee, fresh-baked pastries & brunch fare to Divisadero

By Hoodline - Published on February 07, 2020.

A new cafe has opened its doors on Divisadero. Located in a long-vacant space at 324 Divisadero St. (and Oak), the new addition is called That's My Jam.

Boasting a flower-filled interior, That's My Jam specializes in gourmet breakfast, brunch and lunch fare. Stop in for fresh pastries with housemade jam, avocado breakfast sandwiches, and beet and goat cheese salad.

In addition to coffee and espresso drinks, That's My Jam offers cold-pressed juice and wine (including mimosas).

With a five-star rating out of five reviews on Yelp so far, the new cafe has already made a positive impression.

Emily L., who was among the first Yelpers to review That's My Jam on Feb. 3, wrote, "Everything was flavorful, well thought-out and beautifully served." 

Yelper Jeff A. added, "Holy moly, what a gem of a cafe."

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