I used to really like this place. The scones started going down hill recently and it was my favorite part. I'd come often and see the same folks behind the counter. I tried being friendly bc they clearly recognize me but never got anywhere. So now it's not worth going especially having to interact with the stone cold punk duo.
GooglePlace - December 2017
This café has a nice old-timber vibe.
GooglePlace - October 2017
Charming little cafe run by marvelous humans.
Grab a drink, a snack, a table, say hello to the fish, check out the local art on the walls, and listen to the excellent records.
The Holy Trinity: Coffee, Books, Music.
GooglePlace - July 2017
I was in the area and hungry, so my mom and I stopped by to get a snack. I got a Quiche Lorraine and a spinach/cheese quiche.
They were delicious! I just needed a nibble to keep me until dinner, and eating half did it. The rest were for my parents.
The cafe area is small, but it's connected to a bookstore so it feels more open.
I would come back here again if I was attending an event at Fort Mason and needed something to eat, as there isn't a lot of places to eat in that area (when the food trucks aren't there).
GooglePlace - January 2017
Ole Bjørn Michelsen
A very charming place off the beaten path. Built into a book shop this is the perfect place to get started on a new novel, while sipping a cup of hot joe. Plenty of good pastries and hard boiled eggs also available. Wonderfully down to earth and casual atmosphere.
GooglePlace - June 2016