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If it isn’t our most adorable coffee bar, it’s certainly the smallest. At 266 square feet, Dean Street is inspired by both Tokyo’s tucked-away kissaten and New York’s tiny-but-industrious storefronts. We opened this coffee bar in February of 2014 on…

Since it was built in 1924, the beautiful Jensen Recreation Center has been a historic hub of cultural activity on Sunset Boulevard. Originally, the building housed shops, apartments, a pool hall, and a bowling alley, and it was frequently the site…

One of San Francisco’s most-recognizable landmarks, and arguably one of the best spots to experience the refreshing wind that spills off of the Bay, we feel lucky to have not just one but two cafes in the center of it all. Here on the waterfront,…

Around the time Joan Didion was driving alone through her Los Angeles neighborhood, listening to KRLA and cataloging the land’s ubiquitous laundromats, someone was probably tuning into the same station on a portable radio in the Culver City garage…

We have an odd but convivial coffee kiosk in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley. We opened the kiosk in our friend Loring’s garage in January of 2005. Linden Street, at the time, was a dead-end alleyway that smelled like pee, so there was a certain amount…

Founded in 1954 by Edith and Brian Heath, Heath Ceramics is the legendary Sausalito ceramic studio and tile factory. Our kiosk occupies a small corner of Heath’s facility in the Mission District, where the former Mission Linen factory has being…

Depending on your pop culture propensities, Hell’s Kitchen may represent one of many things to you. It could be Sky Masterson and his fellow Guys and Dolls hotheads shooting craps and ducking the brass with Runyonesque élan. It could be James…

Now a leisurely corridor and above-ground park, the High Line was initially conceived in the 1930s as a way of bypassing train traffic and a solution to the city’s devastating frequency of train crashes. Things on this particular stretch of…

Opening a roastery in Kiyosumi, one of Tokyo’s starker and more industrial corners, felt like a perfect fit for us. Not only were we taken with the passion and dedication of Japanese kissaten culture in general, we’ve also developed a…

It seems that the historic 1355 Market Street building was destined for the constant hustle and bustle of city commerce. Originally built in 1937, this Art Deco icon was formerly the home of the Western Furniture Exchange and Merchandise Mart. Today…