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Mazarine Coffee Brings Good Looks, Rotating Roasters to Market

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Nicholas V. Ruis

Named for Paris' largest public library, brand-new Mazarine Coffee is aiming to bring a curatorial bent to your morning cup. Rather than sticking with one roaster, they'll be rotating them through on a regular basis, kicking off with a quartet of pour-overs, espresso drinks, and cold brew on nitro from the Mission's Ritual (the first time Ritual has been available in the FiDi) and SoCal-based Klatch Coffee. The cafe doubles as a worker-friendly lunch spot, with the requisite fancy toast (with fig jam, ricotta, and lavender honey) and Starter Bakery pastries by morning, followed up with quinoa-beet and fennel-arugula salads and smoked salmon baguettes from chef Justin Nilson at lunch. They even have beer and wine. Here's the full food and beverage menu.

The sizable space, owned by career-switching tech professional and coffee lover Hamid Rafati, boasts 42 seats, power outlets, and free wi-fi, all combined in a very pretty package from Boor Bridges Architecture (Trou Normand, The Mill). You'll be able to sip your drink from Heath Ceramics cups while gazing at tiled alcoves or relaxing on a leather banquette. Hours are Monday-Saturday, 7 am-7 pm.

Mazarine Coffee

720 Market Street, , CA 94102 (415) 398-7700 Visit Website

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