Bazaar Cafe / San Francisco

5927 California St. btwn 21st & 22nd Ave. San Francisco 94121
4158315620
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 09:00 - 22:00
Description

Bazaar Cafe is a small neighborhood cafe and acoustic music venue in the Central Richmond District of San Francisco CA. Featured music includes primarily acoustic singer-songwriters and related musicians, plus occasional literary, comedic and other types of artistic endeavors.. The venue policy is that musicians play their own compositions, no covers allowed. The webpage is http://www.bazaarcafe.com/index.html.

from official Facebook page
average 1097 votes
2.7
Tips from the Net @ Bazaar Cafe
Anna Dublennikova en
One of my favorite coffee shops in the city! It's so "San Francisco"! Very cozy and warm. The backyard is so pretty! Ones I've asked for a lemon to add to my tea and lady pick it for me from a lemon tree that's growing there! Also they have amazing music and poetry shows every weekend! Love it! GooglePlace - July 2017
Laura Watson en
This is my favorite cafe in SF. The atmosphere is relaxed and I like the different seating areas! The food&beverages are alright, but I enjoy the feel of this cafe so it's not so much a big deal as they at least have many options! They also have live music which is always nice! GooglePlace - June 2017
Tessie Chua en
5 stars for the patio in the back. Good place to work with your laptop. They have comedy here also and it's really great. GooglePlace - May 2017
Ray Coshow en
Lovely garden. Casual relaxed place for hanging out. GooglePlace - March 2017
Eric Eslinger en
Bazaar is hands down my favorite cafe in SF for doing cafe things. Work (good wifi, lots of plugs), read a book, chill out. It has character, art, and music shows most evenings. The food is also pretty good - try the curry or rice soup if it's available. The coffee is acceptable- if you want really topnotch coffee, look elsewhere. But if you want a lovely spot for relaxing and reading a book while it rains outside, this is the place. GooglePlace - December 2016