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Tartine Bakery

600 Guerrero St
San Francisco, CA 94110

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(415) 487-2600

  • Sun - 9:00am - 8:00pm
  • Mon 8:00am - 7:00pm
  • Tue - Wed 7:30am - 7:00pm
  • Thu - Fri 7:30am - 8:00pm
  • Sat 8:00am - 8:00pm

Cuisine: African Restaurants, Bakeries, Dog Friendly Restaurants, Sandwich Shops

4.6 of 5.0 from 277 reviews

price range:$11 to $25


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  • Rebecca Gomez Farrell on Feb 04, 2014

    The morning buns are the most hyped of Tartine's baked goods, and for good reason. The whole bun is dusted in sugar. It features wonderfully crunchy edges and a bottom soaked in a faintly orange syrup, which creates a hard coating that was too hard in a few spots. But once you taste that butter soaked into the morning bun's layers, your appreciation for it can only deepen.

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  • Ulla REverything is good, always a pretty long line though.

    55555 by Ulla R

  • Arjun SundararajanPastries are good. I believe waiting in line for an hour makes you want to think they're great.

    55555 by Arjun Sundararajan

  • Kian LaviLives up to the hype. Wish I wasn't lactose intolerant.

    33333 by Kian Lavi

  • Nipun S.Lemon Tart is amazing!

    55555 by Nipun S.

  • Kaitlin DIf there's a line, you know it's worth it :) fromage de something French was a delight and not too sweet

    55555 by Kaitlin D

  • Heather R.Portions are huge, but solid bakery.

    55555 by Heather R.

  • Cristian BI love this place! There's always a line out the door, but it's worth the wait. The bread pudding and the croque monsieur are my favorite items. So delicious!

    55555 by Cristian B

  • Jeremy Hot Chocolate with Whipped Cream

    55555 by Jeremy

  • Ben KThe morning bun.

    33333 by Ben K

  • taien RCroissant and banana tart

    55555 by taien R

  • Raghavan JAmazing pastries!!!

    55555 by Raghavan J

  • Roy ABanana cream tart

    55555 by Roy A

  • Brian ParkFrom Almond Croissants to Croque Monsieurs, French pastries and delights are perfected in this establishment. Get here early or be prepared to wait!

    55555 by Brian Park

  • SFistTartine's morning buns are worth the wait. Lighter than a cinnamon roll, sweeter than a muffin, and fattier than a green juice, the buns are a perfect compliment to coffee — or to another bun.

    55555 by SFist

  • Dana KPastries are great but the coffee is highly dependable too. And you can skip the line if that's all you want.

    55555 by Dana K

  • Liz ELa Amo😍, la masa de croissant es perfecta!!!

    55555 by Liz E

  • Jeff R.Here's a lil' secret: you can skip the line to order a coffee. Just go straight back to the barista & then head back to the queue, coffee in hand. Waiting with a latte > waiting without a latte.

    33333 by Jeff R.

  • Dakota cPeople line up around the block for the scrumptious pastries and coffee from this corner spot.

    55555 by Dakota c

  • Bon Appetit MagazineThe best time to go is after lunch on a weekday. Line tip: If you’re with a friend, take turns while one of you goes shopping for the best local foods around the corner at Bi-Rite.

    55555 by Bon Appetit Magazine

  • Brian SchraderThat line!

    33333 by Brian Schrader

  • Samantha KQuiche, morning bun

    55555 by Samantha K

  • Diana GThe morning buns. That's all you need to have the best morning.

    55555 by Diana G

  • Spoon University FWhen life gives these bakers lemons, they transform it into a lemon tart. With its edible flowers that give it the right pop of vibrant spring colors, it's destined to be featured on your Insta.

    55555 by Spoon University F

  • JT ABanana cream tart, quiche and pan au chocolate are all delicious. Worth the wait for the banana cream

    55555 by JT A

  • Simon CCroque Monsieur is a good meal option

    55555 by Simon C

  • Alex B.Everything here is top notch, but there can be a line

    55555 by Alex B.

  • Mari LLemon tart, banana tart ... basically anything!

    55555 by Mari L

  • Allison Y.The almond lemon poppy tea cake is heavenly. Perfectly moist texture and light but delicious lemon and almond flavor

    55555 by Allison Y.

  • Bommy ChaTry the underrated plain croissant. So buttery.

    55555 by Bommy Cha

  • Keith S.Try their Hazelnut biscotti + Blue Bottle latte

    55555 by Keith S.

  • JoelleThis place is really tasty, try the frangipani croissant. I don't think it's worth an hour long queue, though. Skip it if the line is out the door more than a couple people, come back another day.

    55555 by Joelle

  • Koji JCroissant is great. Banana Cream Tart is too sweet for my liking. The line is long in the morning. I don't think that their bread is worth waiting for 30 minutes. If I go next time, it would be PM.

    55555 by Koji J

  • christa e.MORNING BUNS

    55555 by christa e.

  • Kevin B.It's all about the coconut cream tart.

    55555 by Kevin B.

  • Emily KaneWere you searching for a quiche that would change your life? It's been waiting for you here the whole time.

    33333 by Emily Kane

  • Anita AI wish the lines was less crazy..

    33333 by Anita A

  • Kurt N.Everything is excellent.

    55555 by Kurt N.

  • Martin H.Excellent pastries. Be prepared to stand in line for at least 10 minutes

    33333 by Martin H.

  • Josy ECroissants. Get milk if you go with chocolate. The bread. When they have berry galettes, get them.

    55555 by Josy E

  • Odile DLes tartines moelleuses et grillées

    55555 by Odile D

  • Zi WangThe Coconut Cream Tart must have come out of an angel's bakery because it was heaven. PHENOMENAL. The bread pudding on the other hand tasted like ****. Oh yeah, the Money Picked Oolong tea is WOW.

    55555 by Zi Wang

  • Stacey OMorning buns are to die for!

    55555 by Stacey O

  • Nick DMorning bun 🙏🏼

    55555 by Nick D

  • Jason TEverything is perfect!

    55555 by Jason T

  • yvonnnneeeevery long lines. croissants are huge and delicious. having tasted both tartine and thorough bread and pastry, i would go to the latter for the taste, price and wait.

    55555 by yvonnnneeee

  • Grain Tbest croissants in sf

    55555 by Grain T

  • Team SBring your dog with you to get some amazing treats! They have a dog-friendly, dog friendly outdoor space!

    55555 by Team S

  • Nicole Vgreat breakfast

    55555 by Nicole V

  • Sherry RenBanana cream tart is bomb! Chocolate hazelnut tart is a bit dry. The frangipani croissant tastes great but don't like the mushy texture in side. Quiche is incredible! Eclair is very rich in cream

    55555 by Sherry Ren

  • Corey CPlain crossaint

    33333 by Corey C

  • J SBest almond croissant I've ever had.

    55555 by J S

  • Varun S.When the apocalypse happens, this is where I'm holing up. Morning buns til end of days.

    55555 by Varun S.

  • Yaron SDon't waste your time on the cakes. Grab a croissant, scone, or bun. Crispy, fluffy, buttery goodness

    33333 by Yaron S

  • David SteinGot a morning bin just like everyone else. It was ok but not worth the massive line. Of I walk by and there's no like sometimes I'll grab a snack.

    33333 by David Stein

  • Candid CuisineThe coffee here is not so good, too bad.

    55555 by Candid Cuisine

  • Elysia MAlmond croissants and morning bun.

    55555 by Elysia M

  • Utku JEkşi mayalı ekmeğe yapılmış sandviç, tartlar, bread pudding, kruvasan ve morning bun… Burası şehrin göbeğindedir, hatta San Francisco’nun en lezzetli sokağının köşesinde ufacık bir dükkandır.

    55555 by Utku J

  • Katia TThis place is like a heaven! Everything is delicious

    55555 by Katia T

  • Ryan O.Chocolate pudding is tasty

    55555 by Ryan O.

  • Yuki k.Morning bun & lemon tart

    55555 by Yuki k.

  • Brad L.Pastries tend to be more crisp than chewy, but still fantastic!

    55555 by Brad L.

  • ®yka- 승.their morning bun..... mmm~~ warm chewy soft ~~ so good! :) love thier croissants n bread pudding!!!

    55555 by ®yka- 승.

  • Karsten McVayMorning buns and croissants. It's good, but not worth the hype

    33333 by Karsten McVay

  • Roua AsMorning bun ❤️❤️

    55555 by Roua As

  • Jessica HeI really enjoyed the opera cake (bottom left).

    55555 by Jessica He

  • Christina HyunJung JungI recommend Quiche, Banana cream tart, morning buns and frangipane croissant. You must try~!

    55555 by Christina HyunJung Jung

  • The Tastes that Make the CityThe morning bun is the best pastry in SF, making our list of "The Tastes That Make the City: SF Edition."

    55555 by The Tastes that Make the City

  • Warren L.Morning Bun should be called All Day Bun if you ask me.

    33333 by Warren L.

  • Ming-Samurai L.If your plate comes with the carrot, be careful, it's got a good kick!

    55555 by Ming-Samurai L.

  • JenI've died and gone to croissant heaven.

    55555 by Jen

  • Elizabeth I.Yes there's a wait but what awaits you inside is the absolute best that any bakery, anywhere, any time of day has to offer. In particular, if they have the fresh berry tart, you're in luck!!

    55555 by Elizabeth I.

  • Bommy ChaHam croque monsieur is good but the real winner is the pecorino & almond sandwich. Amazing. Bread pudding is alright.

    55555 by Bommy Cha

  • Arabella HGood but everyone knows it. If you are a local and think you may conceivably need anything from Tartine Bakery over the next few days, do yourself a favor and put in a pre order 72 hours in advance!

    33333 by Arabella H

  • Clara BayarriThe morning bun was great!

    33333 by Clara Bayarri

  • Natalia BakerMorning buns are to die for!

    55555 by Natalia Baker

  • Alex K.If only there was a way to keep the morning bread to be just as crispy and delicious the next day. Grab some goodies, hang out at Dolores Park and eat em fresh.

    55555 by Alex K.

  • Runqiu CaiFresh bread comes out of the oven at 4:30 daily

    55555 by Runqiu Cai

  • Derek W.Definitely the croissants! Even better than any of the ones we found on Paris!

    55555 by Derek W.

  • Yotam TroimMorning bun in the morning. Load of bread in the evening.

    33333 by Yotam Troim

  • Kevin CGreat portion sizes. The sandwiches are incredible.

    55555 by Kevin C

  • mkohpottsBanana cream tart - personal-sized happiness

    55555 by mkohpotts

  • John D.My prosciutto and provolone sandwich was delicious. So was the sweet bread. And coffee. Go here.

    55555 by John D.

  • Chefs FeedThomas McNaughton, chef of Flour + Water, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Pastrami sandwich.

    55555 by Chefs Feed

  • SFistSeeing as bread is kind of an essential ingredient in a grilled cheese sandwich, it is unsurprising that Tartine makes some damn good ones, considering their bread is more or less the best thing ever.

    55555 by SFist

  • SamaherBread pudding yumm

    55555 by Samaher

  • Elliott KThe bread is great, but the real hits are their sandwiches.

    55555 by Elliott K

  • Jimmy HookerEveryone loves this place for good reason, it is consistent and delicious. There is always a line out the door, which can be intimidating, but it moves fast.

    55555 by Jimmy Hooker

  • Kobus E.The croque monsieur is entirely average. In fact, I don't get the hype.

    55555 by Kobus E.

  • Pelin CSahane bir yer.. Her seyi cok guzel mutlaka denemelisiniz:)

    55555 by Pelin C

  • Elaine L.Best bakery ever! If there's one thing you get, it's their croissant - sooo fluffy and crisp! And those chocolate-based cakes - simply beyond scrumptious. Do yourself a favor and eat something here.

    55555 by Elaine L.

  • Shirley L.Def try the morning bun and the ham croissant

    55555 by Shirley L.

  • Ariel UNeed to stand in line for bread starting around 4:30-5pm but so worth it.

    55555 by Ariel U

  • Nellie SDelicious!!

    55555 by Nellie S

  • Ros d.Buy some cute pastries and enjoy them either on their outdoor tables, or at Dolores. Happiness.

    55555 by Ros d.

  • Andre J.A slice of tres leches and coffee of your choice. Take it to-go and head over to Dolores Park on a gorgeous day.

    55555 by Andre J.

  • Remington G.Ham and cheese croissant is the jelly.

    55555 by Remington G.

  • Jessica JMorning buns are great as well as the open faced sandwiches. Get there around 4 to get fresh bread (you can't buy loaves before 4 pm). Celeb sightings abound!

    55555 by Jessica J

  • Joanne KimTheir signature bread pudding is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth!

    55555 by Joanne Kim

  • Kristin W.The only time I haven't seen a line down the block is right at opening time during the week (7:30 am)

    33333 by Kristin W.

  • Christle A.tres leches, chocolate eclairs, morning bun, everything?

    55555 by Christle A.

  • Kaitlin Y.Bread pudding > Morning bun

    55555 by Kaitlin Y.

  • Mike L.Everything is good here but the Banana Cream tart is amazing. Fresh and the chocolate base keeps the pie crust nice and flakey.

    55555 by Mike L.

  • Rumana S.Love the plain croissant but is it just me, or does the gougere taste burnt?

    33333 by Rumana S.

  • Dara O.loving the double chocolate tea cake

    55555 by Dara O.

  • CollegeFashionistaTartine Bakery & Cafe is amazing for brunch. They have a huge selection of pastries and sandwiches. If it is too crowded, take it up the street to Dolores Park!

    55555 by CollegeFashionista

  • Kevin S.Known for their croissants

    55555 by Kevin S.

  • Caitlin J.best chocolate croissant, get there before/right when it opens or you’ll be in line forever. in the Mission District

    55555 by Caitlin J.

  • Katherine L.Delicious bread here. Get the chocolate cake too.

    55555 by Katherine L.

  • Melissa R.Chocolate croissants even better than in France!

    55555 by Melissa R.

  • Steve S.Ham and cheese croissant.

    55555 by Steve S.

  • Christopher A.The Tres Leches cake is heaven. Definitely one of the most underrated items at Tartine.

    55555 by Christopher A.

  • Nick C.Chocolate croissant - my favourite in the world.

    55555 by Nick C.

  • megan d.Pecorino w/ almond is so decadent and savory!

    55555 by megan d.

  • JoycottLocal ingredients + foreign flavours = winning combination. Love Tartine!

    55555 by Joycott

  • Kyle M.The wait in line will be worth it if you want a pastry and good espresso. Morning buns are ace, but everything's great.

    55555 by Kyle M.

  • vanessa t.Why?!?!?! I don't get it

    33333 by vanessa t.

  • Micah A.Call before expecting to get sourdough. It is often reserved and only baked at certain times throughout the day.

    33333 by Micah A.

  • Alexandra K.You can get 1/2 loaves of bread to mix and match.

    55555 by Alexandra K.

  • Steve B.Good place to enjoy food of every genre,though the price of food items are very reasonable,the overall ambiance of this place is too good.To get best financial tips visit https://www.faaastcash.com/

    55555 by Steve B.

  • Stef S.keep yourself busy people-watching while waiting in line for an amazing spicy turkey panini. grab a beer and go sit in Delores park for the perfect bite

    55555 by Stef S.

  • Nathalie B.Get here before the doors open!

    33333 by Nathalie B.

  • Billy B.The almond crescent and the banana pudding are TDF. The croque Monsieur is memorable too. Really, you can't go wrong with anything on the menu.

    55555 by Billy B.

  • Jacqueline H.Morning bun and breaking puddings are a must

    55555 by Jacqueline H.

  • Tom C.Overrated. Croissant had a metallic taste. Coffee comes in ridiculous bowl cup, far too big.

    22222 by Tom C.

  • Adrian B.Too many good things here to really suggest anything. Come in the morning for a breakfast pastry or come after 4:30pm for fresh out of the oven bread but always expect a line out the door.

    55555 by Adrian B.

  • Micha H.Sandwiches are big but tasty. Go with pastrami.

    55555 by Micha H.

  • Graham T.The sandwiches are amazing

    55555 by Graham T.

  • Nicole N.Way overrated! Had the bread pudding which was awful and the morning bun was mediocre at best. Go to Knead on 24th and Folsom and get the creme brûlée pastry. No line, best pastry ever.

    33333 by Nicole N.

  • Viviana I.this place is trending buy thats all. Lines are Huge because the service overall is slow,I had to wait more than 15 min for a coffee, which btw is not so good. The plain croissant is very good though

    33333 by Viviana I.

  • Jenifer K.Order anything with a giant latte and while away a rainy day :)

    55555 by Jenifer K.

  • Jordan G.Do not go in for 'just a coffee'. The wait is so annoying !

    33333 by Jordan G.

  • Jessica R.cookie or croissant

    55555 by Jessica R.

  • Brett L.Tartine Girl music rules:No Talking HeadsNo Joni MitchellNo Jonathan RichmanI love this place.

    55555 by Brett L.

  • Kelly M.Get the fresh raspberry bread pudding!

    55555 by Kelly M.

  • Tara R.So delicious, I can't imagine being disappointed with anything here. Worth the wait in line. Wish I had room for the sandwiches, they looked amazing.

    55555 by Tara R.

  • Doc R.And no sign outside if you have never been there before. Not so tourist friendly, heh?!

    33333 by Doc R.

  • Doc R.While they have great bread, they aren't long on customer service. Inefficient line mixes pastry orders with sandwiches. And, no diet drinks? No lemon for ice tea? Oh, but their bread is really good

    33333 by Doc R.

  • Paul H.Try the Cafe au lait (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Paul H.

  • Paul H.Try the croque monsieur (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Paul H.

  • Paul H.Try the Rocher (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Paul H.

  • Paul H.Try the eclair (via @Foodspotting)

    55555 by Paul H.

  • Bruno B.Best bread in the world!! The sandwichs are amazing!! Line is to big????? Worth every minute or hour!!

    55555 by Bruno B.

  • Melissa M.Get a morning bun and a coffee. Then go sit in Dolares Park and people watch. Makes for a fantastic day.

    55555 by Melissa M.

  • Yousef W. A.Very calm and cosy ♥

    55555 by Yousef W. A.

  • Tony N.Come early if you want banana cream tart, sold out when we got there at 4pm. Fresh bread also ready by 4:30pm daily

    55555 by Tony N.

  • Jerry H.Get the broccoli pesto sandwich! So good!!!!

    55555 by Jerry H.

  • Jerry H.Get the morning bun!

    33333 by Jerry H.

  • billy n.Banana cream pie. That is all.

    55555 by billy n.

  • Elizabeth S.Try to arrive shortly before 5pm & depart w/ a warm loaf of country bread in your arms! Crunchy exterior , chewy interior. We cut oblong loaf in half , freeze 50%, or we'll eat it all!

    33333 by Elizabeth S.

  • Nori H.They now use almond milk with their coffee instead of soy milk, just like everyone else. Boo :(

    55555 by Nori H.

  • Jessica F.Line moves a lot slower than it looks like it should. Banana cream tart 4" is ~$8, so share with a friend if possible!

    55555 by Jessica F.

  • AndreaMorning bun, chocolate croissant and quiche were all amazing! And Four Barrel for lattes - can't go wrong with that!

    55555 by Andrea

  • Adamlong lines but worth it. great morning buns and my favorite paninis

    55555 by Adam

  • Daniel G.honestly, this place is not worth the hype. The banana cream tart, croque monsieur & bread pudding that everyone is raving about are average and way overpriced. try a croissant instead

    55555 by Daniel G.

  • Juan G.Not the friendliest service around, but the pastries are out of this world

    55555 by Juan G.

  • K P.Morning buns, ham & cheese croissant, chocolate croissant, coconut cream tart!

    55555 by K P.

  • Amy M.So delicious! Tried the croque Monsieur, morning bun, and pain au chocolat. Don't think you can go wrong!

    55555 by Amy M.

  • Marilyn H.Bread pudding yummy

    55555 by Marilyn H.

  • Michael M.Good for a light, quick breakfast

    55555 by Michael M.

  • Abby S.Best croissant I've had in my life, hands down.

    55555 by Abby S.

  • jessica m. h.Croissant.

    55555 by jessica m. h.

  • DAN C.Two words: 1: Giant. 2: Gougere.

    33333 by DAN C.

  • Navin P.The banana cream tart is heavenly. Come early if you want to snag one!

    55555 by Navin P.

  • Jordan G.The croissants are too huge and too expensive.

    55555 by Jordan G.

  • Susanna KMorning bun tastes like German Zimtschnecke. Love it!

    55555 by Susanna K

  • Deepak S.Gangster pastries. The end.

    55555 by Deepak S.

  • Natalia G.Coconut Cream Tart is a must-try!

    55555 by Natalia G.

  • Kenneth B.Don't bother on weekend mornings unless you're trying to prove something. And it's easier to buy the bread at Bar Tartine. Better to come by for a secret croissant or a cookie on a Tuesday afternoon.

    33333 by Kenneth B.

  • Patrick P.order a dub drop (walnut drop) to accompany your coffee

    55555 by Patrick P.

  • Mike C.Amazing croissants!

    55555 by Mike C.

  • Baris CÜç peynirli tostunu mutlaka deneyin.

    55555 by Baris C

  • Tablet HotelsThe long line outside is worth it for their scrumptious dishes, mostly made with organic ingredients. The three cheese sandwich oozes with goodness, and the brioche bread pudding is simply delectable.

    55555 by Tablet Hotels

  • Nate F.lemon pound cake tastes like candy

    55555 by Nate F.

  • Angela D.Bread pudding is the bomb

    55555 by Angela D.

  • Zachary R.Get the bread pudding. It's an incredible value compared to everything else on the menu.

    55555 by Zachary R.

  • Samantha AWaiting 25 minutes for a forgotten quiche makes it less enjoyable...

    22222 by Samantha A

  • Suzanne DIf you get coffee ask for a to go cup. The mugs are tiny and you have to get a refill like three times.

    33333 by Suzanne D

  • Peter F.SF list would not be complete without Tartine. Ham Croque Monsieur is my favorite

    55555 by Peter F.

  • Jessica C.Morning bun is life changing. Don't be scared of the line, it moves pretty quickly!

    55555 by Jessica C.

  • Adrian B.Try the morning bun fresh from the oven. Go early,though...no, seriously! #7 on 7x7's Big Eat SF 2012!

    55555 by Adrian B.

  • Sean O.Get everything!

    55555 by Sean O.

  • Jamie FEvery bit of the hype is true... sheer bliss here- get a morning bun or croissant- maybe better than France & the spicy turkey/provolone/broccoli rabe pesto sandy could easily blow your mind

    55555 by Jamie F

  • Radchenko V.Nice picture

    33333 by Radchenko V.

  • Zac C.Odd non-morning hours on Mondays for a bakery.

    55555 by Zac C.

  • Nick C.Best chocolate croissant I know.

    55555 by Nick C.

  • Erin H.Get the bread! Really amazing breakfast pastries too. Skip the eclair.

    55555 by Erin H.

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  • Tom S.Long line but worth the wait! Tables rotate fairly frequently. Your eyes will be hungrier than your stomach!

    55555 by Tom S.

  • Rohini J.Desserts and fresh bread are one-of-a-kind. Highly recommended if you're in SF.

    55555 by Rohini J.

  • Aaron D.Don't be discouraged by the line out the door. The bread pudding is worth it.

    55555 by Aaron D.

  • Barricade M.Head to the carousel in Golden Gate Park for your chance to win a free copy of Barricade on DVD! All you have to do is find where we hid it... http://bit.ly/QBQ0qf

    33333 by Barricade M.

  • Ash F.Every piece of food here is the best of that type you will ever have. Coffee is good enough. Staff are particularly rude, but whatever...

    55555 by Ash F.

  • Matt K.Morning bun. Coffee. Done.

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  • Andrew H.Try the Bacon Quiche (via @Foodspotting)

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  • Joseph R.echoing whats already been said here, but banana cream tart is special

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  • Natalie L.get the morning bun!

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  • Kameron K.Morning bun, bread pudding, and any of the sandwiches. Get all of them!

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  • Ben J.Morning buns - yes... Orange juice - yes...banana creme pie - WOW. Elise already declared this trip worth it.

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  • Kenny L.Amazing bread

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  • Nemanja S.Best croissants in the world, and longest lines in the town.

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  • Ryan W.It's all about the bread pudding and the ham and cheese croissant. Sers.

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  • Tiff T.Try the Spicy Turkey Sandwich - Awesomely cheesy, nice level of pepper on the turkey. Great pesto rounded out with oven-crunchy bread. A definite winner. (via @Foodspotting)

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  • Maybelle M.Morning bun and banana creme tarte are mandatory!

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  • James G.If ever there a line shorter than the doorway get in it.

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  • Ori S.If you are already eating Dinner/lunch at Delfina and ice cream at B-Rite then you must also try the local bakery!

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  • Mike C.Try the Double Pain Au Chocolat (via @Foodspotting)

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  • QuynhYum- Crusty chewy super size sandwich with prosciutto and arugula. Finished with velvety lemon tart ;-)

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  • Grace S.Ham and cheese croissant (ham and cheese is baked inside) and iced green tea

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  • Eric N.Any time I am in SF, I stop here if I have the chance. Only downside are the lines, but I suppose that is a testament to the excellence of this place.

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  • Tasting TableIn the morning, go for the breads and pastries, but at night, try for a seat at the monthly Afterhours dinners. Reservations are based on a lottery, and the menu changes with each meal:

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  • Tina C.The bread pudding. Yummm

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  • Jeff H.Try the Bread Pudding - Wow (via @Foodspotting)

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  • Jeff H.Try the Morning Buns - This is why we came (via @Foodspotting)

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  • CelesteThe line moves quickly-it is worth the wait!

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  • Melissa D.Come at 5pm to get your pick of the fresh-out-of-the-oven loaves of bread!

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  • Graham H.Skip the line if you want a coffee - they take cash at the coffee bar.

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  • Angela D.Cheapest trip to France I know of. Authentic and utterly delicious. Miss them in MV

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  • Anna M.Come early and be patient. The line can be VERY long

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  • Danny B.No whip cream for the mochas in Monday's.

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  • Luis M.Chocolate chip oatmeal walnut cookie is amazing.

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  • Katherin S.The pastries and sweets are as amazing as everyone says...ESP the bread pudding and morning bun! Butttttt, the sandwiches here are to die for as well.

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  • David A.Best almond croissant I've ever had. Nom nom.

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  • Ryder D.Croque Monsieur! Really good! Not super traditional though... Its served open face on nice crusty bread.

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  • michelle c.Amazing morning bun and bread pudding.

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  • Kimothy P.Try the croissant! Wowww

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  • Rebecca G.The line is incredibly long here for a reason. One of the best bakeries in the country, hands down. And I know my pastries!!! Get here early and get ready to indulge.

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  • Beau H.7. Morning Bun

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  • Rohini J.Fabulous pastries and fresh bread. Open sandwiches are delicious!

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  • Christophe L.One of the few bakeries in SF with french pastries that actually taste like french pastries.

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  • Monica T.Almond croissant is to die for.

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  • DAN C.Gingerbread. Coffee. Perfection.

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  • Mthoscroque monsieur and pepper gougere

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  • Mikko A.They brew Four Barrel coffee here.

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  • Heath S.Stop by on a rainy day. The line is only half bad...

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  • A.J. B.Guilty pleasures. This bakery is an institution in SF, the baguettes are awesome!

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  • Kelly P.Come early (opens at 7:30) for no lines. Then get the morning bun and almond croissant. Then fruit tart and plain croissant. I await the day I can come after 5 for a loaf of olive bread

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  • Laurence B.Everything is great, but my personal favorite is the chocolate eclair.

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  • Amy C.Try the Morning Bun - Good morning, Buns!

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  • Jen L.Worth the wait? Um, yes. Holy croque monsieur amazing.

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  • Boon Y.Pretty amazing selection of pastries. But tiny restroom at rear. And the crowds - ack!

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  • Brian C.Tread carefully; "Bread" will never be the same again.

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  • Troy D.Standing in this line to get food here utterly ridiculous I wouldn't do it. That's my tip don't do it

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  • Corinna P.Ham and cheese croissant for life. There is nothing else. Except maybe for the olive bread.

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  • Michael M.The chocolate croissant warm from the oven beats the crap out of the morning bun!

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  • Tyler S.Everything here is amazing and worth the wait, if you have a special baker at home , buy the cookbook as a gift (34.95) and see if they can re create these little gifts from heaven

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  • Jonathan V.Morning bun and iced coffee on a summer morning. To go, and enjoyed at Delores park.

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  • Zoe V.My god this place is good

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  • James C.Long muthaflower line!!!

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  • Chev W.Try the morning bun!!! It's perfect!

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  • elizabeth c.Excellent food, best shortbread I've ever had. The girl who works there who looks like Cat Power is a stuck up b*tch though!

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  • Omer G.Try the Banana Cream Tart - Legend-ary

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  • TJ C.Try 'Fresh Fruit Tart' here. Latte is also good choice with any bread.

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  • ChristineMexican wedding cookies =)

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  • HowAboutWeeasily the best bakery in the city which = awesome date spot

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  • Jack C.Double pain

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  • Julie K.Buttermilk scones

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  • Food NetworkThe first thing I do when I get to San Francisco is go to Tartine for a Croissant. – Chef Anne Thornton, Dessert First

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  • GourmetLiveBreadmaster Chad Robertson is going to get us all hooked on heritage grain. Go for the pressed sandwich with pecorino and almonds, crushed with olive oil, lemon and sage.

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  • Andrew MGreat place, little slice of Paris in SF. Similar to Bourke Street Bakery in Sydney (inc. the queues). Croque Mr. & a Cappu and your're set up for the day. .

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  • FoodspottingTry the Banana Cream Tart

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  • Stephanie W.Favs: almond croissant, lemon pound cake, croque monsieur, rocher, glazed gingerbread (seasonal). Arrive at 4:30 for the bread or special order 2 days in advance.

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  • A.J. B.Awesome bread program here, if you are into artisanal hearth breads this is the place to go.

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  • GourmetLiveTheir bread is good enough to make you weep, but if you don’t live on bread alone, know that the sandwiches, croissants, and pretty much everything from the oven are amazing.

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  • Brett L.Go straight up to the wine & espresso bar and order a beverage. You get most of the experience with a fraction of the wait.

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  • PeterGet the lemon cream tart and morning bun!!!

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  • Brian T.The lines may be long but the food is worth the wait...Chocolate, almond or plain croissants are the way to go. The Croque Monseiur is good too!

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  • Bridget NGo here for the MOTHER OF ALL QUICHE. Stay here for the Mexican wedding cookies.

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  • Matthew W.The Morning Buns are to die for.

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  • Brett L.Even when crazy-busy with bakery customers, the expresso/wine bar line is always short.

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  • Nina T.Superior food but staff thinks they are more than they really are.

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  • Lindsay E.$5 glass of house red in the city + something tasty = probably the cheapest and highest quality dessert in the Mission. <3 Tartine!

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  • Michael pHam & cheese croissant was on time.

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  • Angelo S.Can i say "divine" without anyone using my vernacular in jest when describing the croissant au jambon?? Now if only the people that go there don't get under my skin...

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  • Stephane GNo bread on Monday.

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  • Christian KGet the choco croissant. it's worth the wait.

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  • Alicia R.Savor a morning bun with your coffee..or nosh on some exquisite quiche, a double pain au chocolate, gougère, tart, or hot pressed cheese sandwich. To ensure joy, repeat this often

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