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The Coffee Heatmap: 15 New Places to Caffeinate NOW

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Coffee drinkers, rejoice: we've entered the second wave of the city's artisanal coffee surge, and that means more Blue Bottle, Ritual, Four Barrel and Sightglass coffee than you can shake a stick at, plus brand-new locations for Trouble Coffee, Reveille, Saint Frank, and more. Where's the newest place to get your buzz? Find out with our map of the 15 hottest new coffee spots in town.



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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Réveille Coffee Co.

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4076 18th Street
San Francisco, CA 94114
Reveille Coffee's second permanent location is the newest addition to the Castro's coffee corridor, and it brings with it a sleek and stylish look, streetside patio and hours and menu items that last through dinnertime.

2. Four Barrel Coffee

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2 Burrows St.
San Francisco, CA 94134
The newest Four Barrel outpost is now brewing in Portola, and this bare-bones garage kiosk sports a rustic redwood ceiling, an outdoor parklet and all the espresso goodness of the roaster's Valencia St. location (plus pastries from Neighbor).

3. Tierra Mia Coffee

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2001 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94612
SoCal-based coffee chain Tierra Mia made its Bay Area debut last summer with a spot lower Bernal Heights, and now they're caffeinating Oakland, too. Expect house-roasted, single-origin espresso drinks and Latin-inspired drinks like a horchata latte, plus pastries from the East Bay's Starter Bakery.

4. Sweetmue

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3414 22nd Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
Sweetmue's focus on infusing traditional French pastries with Asian ingredients like black sesame and green tea gives it special cache, and it's the only cafe in the city to carry Gimme! Coffee, too.

5. Peet's Coffee & Tea

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2080 Chestnut Street
San Francisco, CA 94123
(415) 931-8302
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Peets' fancy new Marina flagship takes its cues from the city's trendier coffee spots with a mix of granite counters, reclaimed wood and a living wall to rival the best of them.

6. Saint Frank

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2340 Polk St
San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 775-1619
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After establishing a much-loved pop-up at Public Bikes in South Park, Saint Frank moved into an airy new Russian Hill home where it now serves up seasonal coffees, pastries from the likes of Marla Bakery and Le Marais, and information on coffee bean origins and producers.

7. High Cotton Kitchen

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1727 Haight St
San Francisco, CA 94117
Look for Sightglass coffee at High Cotton, a brand-new spot that comes as part of the Red Vic's new incarnation as Second Act Marketplace. Do it right by pairing your cup of joe with Beauty's Bagels and Meetinghouse biscuits in the morning, and a New Orleans and New Mexico menu at lunch.

8. Artis Coffee Roasters

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1717 4th Street
Berkeley, CA 94710
Artís Coffee is a combination retail outlet and coffee shop that serves beans roasted live and on-demand, plus roasters, grinders, and brewing accessories for the armchair coffee enthusiast.

9. Linea Caffe

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3417 18th St
San Francisco, CA 94110
The deceptively tiny Linea Caffe pairs coffee impresario Andrew Barnett and Mission food legend Anthony Myint in a perfect storm of espresso drinks, fancy waffles, and high-end salads.

10. Trouble Coffee

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1730 Yosemite Ave
San Francisco, CA 94124
Giulietta Carrelli of Trouble Coffee opened this microscopic Hunters Point location far from her Outer Sunset original, but it's got the same offerings of cinnamon toast, coconuts and Intelligentsia coffee that made her a viral Web star last month.

11. Libby Jane Cafe

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644 Polk St
San Francisco, CA 94102
Skip the line at Brenda's and go straight to Libby Jane for sweet potato coffee cake, cornmeal muffins, banana bread, and the much-loved cream biscuits, and wash it all down with a choice of New Orleans-style chicory coffee or Ritual coffee if you so desire.

12. Espressamente Illy Café

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2349 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94114
Espressamente Illy is the second SF cafe for the Italian coffee conglomerate, and features a Monoarabica pour-over bar with coffee brewed cup-by-cup using Chemex and Hario systems, plus signature latte flavors like lavender-mint and jasmine-vanilla.

13. Marla Bakery Kitchen Communal

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613 York St
San Francisco, CA 94110
(415) 824-2253
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A full Outer Richmond bakery is still in the works, but the Marla Bakery duo of Amy Brown (Nopa) and Joe Wolf (Wise Sons) couldn't wait: they've got a new pop-up window at their commercial kitchen complete with sweet and savory scones, pain au chocolat, bagels and more, plus Wrecking Ball coffee to wash it down.

14. Little Bee Bakery

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521 Cortland Ave
San Francisco, CA
Little Bee is a new Bernal bakery that doesn't just offer a mouthwatering selection of treats like chocolate sea salt, rosemary cornmeal and apple tartlets: there's also enough Four Barrel coffee to go around.

15. Cafe Terminus

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16 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
Cafe Terminus is Dennis Leary's new spot, a sleek all-day café by day and cocktail den by night. Expect a rotating selection of house-baked pastries like muffins and coffee cake in the morning, plus java made with house-roasted beans.

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1. Réveille Coffee Co.

4076 18th Street, San Francisco, CA 94114
Reveille Coffee's second permanent location is the newest addition to the Castro's coffee corridor, and it brings with it a sleek and stylish look, streetside patio and hours and menu items that last through dinnertime.
4076 18th Street
San Francisco, CA 94114

2. Four Barrel Coffee

2 Burrows St., San Francisco, CA 94134
The newest Four Barrel outpost is now brewing in Portola, and this bare-bones garage kiosk sports a rustic redwood ceiling, an outdoor parklet and all the espresso goodness of the roaster's Valencia St. location (plus pastries from Neighbor).
2 Burrows St.
San Francisco, CA 94134

3. Tierra Mia Coffee

2001 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94612
SoCal-based coffee chain Tierra Mia made its Bay Area debut last summer with a spot lower Bernal Heights, and now they're caffeinating Oakland, too. Expect house-roasted, single-origin espresso drinks and Latin-inspired drinks like a horchata latte, plus pastries from the East Bay's Starter Bakery.
2001 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94612

4. Sweetmue

3414 22nd Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Sweetmue's focus on infusing traditional French pastries with Asian ingredients like black sesame and green tea gives it special cache, and it's the only cafe in the city to carry Gimme! Coffee, too.
3414 22nd Street
San Francisco, CA 94110

5. Peet's Coffee & Tea

2080 Chestnut Street, San Francisco, CA 94123
Peets' fancy new Marina flagship takes its cues from the city's trendier coffee spots with a mix of granite counters, reclaimed wood and a living wall to rival the best of them.
2080 Chestnut Street
San Francisco, CA 94123

6. Saint Frank

2340 Polk St, San Francisco, CA 94109
After establishing a much-loved pop-up at Public Bikes in South Park, Saint Frank moved into an airy new Russian Hill home where it now serves up seasonal coffees, pastries from the likes of Marla Bakery and Le Marais, and information on coffee bean origins and producers.
2340 Polk St
San Francisco, CA 94109

7. High Cotton Kitchen

1727 Haight St, San Francisco, CA 94117
Look for Sightglass coffee at High Cotton, a brand-new spot that comes as part of the Red Vic's new incarnation as Second Act Marketplace. Do it right by pairing your cup of joe with Beauty's Bagels and Meetinghouse biscuits in the morning, and a New Orleans and New Mexico menu at lunch.
1727 Haight St
San Francisco, CA 94117

8. Artis Coffee Roasters

1717 4th Street, Berkeley, CA 94710
Artís Coffee is a combination retail outlet and coffee shop that serves beans roasted live and on-demand, plus roasters, grinders, and brewing accessories for the armchair coffee enthusiast.
1717 4th Street
Berkeley, CA 94710

9. Linea Caffe

3417 18th St, San Francisco, CA 94110
The deceptively tiny Linea Caffe pairs coffee impresario Andrew Barnett and Mission food legend Anthony Myint in a perfect storm of espresso drinks, fancy waffles, and high-end salads.
3417 18th St
San Francisco, CA 94110

10. Trouble Coffee

1730 Yosemite Ave, San Francisco, CA 94124
Giulietta Carrelli of Trouble Coffee opened this microscopic Hunters Point location far from her Outer Sunset original, but it's got the same offerings of cinnamon toast, coconuts and Intelligentsia coffee that made her a viral Web star last month.
1730 Yosemite Ave
San Francisco, CA 94124

11. Libby Jane Cafe

644 Polk St, San Francisco, CA 94102
Skip the line at Brenda's and go straight to Libby Jane for sweet potato coffee cake, cornmeal muffins, banana bread, and the much-loved cream biscuits, and wash it all down with a choice of New Orleans-style chicory coffee or Ritual coffee if you so desire.
644 Polk St
San Francisco, CA 94102

12. Espressamente Illy Café

2349 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94114
Espressamente Illy is the second SF cafe for the Italian coffee conglomerate, and features a Monoarabica pour-over bar with coffee brewed cup-by-cup using Chemex and Hario systems, plus signature latte flavors like lavender-mint and jasmine-vanilla.
2349 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94114

13. Marla Bakery Kitchen Communal

613 York St, San Francisco, CA 94110
A full Outer Richmond bakery is still in the works, but the Marla Bakery duo of Amy Brown (Nopa) and Joe Wolf (Wise Sons) couldn't wait: they've got a new pop-up window at their commercial kitchen complete with sweet and savory scones, pain au chocolat, bagels and more, plus Wrecking Ball coffee to wash it down.
613 York St
San Francisco, CA 94110

14. Little Bee Bakery

521 Cortland Ave, San Francisco, CA
Little Bee is a new Bernal bakery that doesn't just offer a mouthwatering selection of treats like chocolate sea salt, rosemary cornmeal and apple tartlets: there's also enough Four Barrel coffee to go around.
521 Cortland Ave
San Francisco, CA

15. Cafe Terminus

16 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94111
Cafe Terminus is Dennis Leary's new spot, a sleek all-day café by day and cocktail den by night. Expect a rotating selection of house-baked pastries like muffins and coffee cake in the morning, plus java made with house-roasted beans.
16 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94111

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