The Mill / San Francisco

736 Divisadero St btwn Grove & Fulton San Francisco 94117
Opening Hours
Sun, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 07:00 - 19:00
Mon 07:00 - 21:00
Description

Josey Baker Bread + Four Barrel Coffee = The Mill

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3.7
Tips from the Net @ The Mill
Hank Holiday en
What can one say about $5 toast? People love to hate on it, but it tastes delicious. Josey Baker bread (made here) is simply fantastic and worth trying if you've never had it. That plus the presence of expertly brewed coffee in a bright, airy space makes this place an enjoyable stop on any tour of the city. Plus the whole place is painfully hip. A perfect encapsulation of the current San Francisco zeitgeist. GooglePlace - October 2017
Luke Ryan en
Amazing toast served by the slice. Coffee is good. Great relaxed ambiance and friendly people. A perfect place to linger over the news or a book. GooglePlace - September 2017
Yingjia Lee en
A great cafe to get some work done! I love the aesthetic of the cafe, but the toast is overpriced IMO and the lack of outlets and seats is why I would give it three stars overall. I love the bread and coffee and would come back if I wanted to find a place to read a book or do a little work, but definitely going to come earlier to make sure I can get a seat. GooglePlace - September 2017
Jessica Jodoin en
Cool options for a smaller breakfast. Loved the different types of toast available. We ordered the cinnamon, avocado, and jam toasts which seemed to all be daily specials that they change frequently. Unfortunately, the seating was very limited, and their coffee was bitter in my opinion. GooglePlace - August 2017
Mark Leeds en
The toast is tasty, though burned along the crust. I like the burnt crust taste, but if you don't like burnt food, you may want to think twice about ordering the toast. I personally like the toast a lot. The coffee was ok. I expected better. I slightly liked the coffee more at Trouble Coffee which was near where I stayed. Neither of these cafes had coffee nearly as good as what I make at home in a $20 Mr. Coffee drip machine with a basic grinder and Kirkland/Starbucks beans from Costco. The mill had a long table filled with people hunched over laptops, hard at work. There was no available seating at first. During the long wait for my toast, I did find a seat along the serving bar area. Waiting without a seat was awkward. I was made to feel in the way because wherever I stood, a staff member would need to get around me or get past. I got a few looks from the staff as if I was a stranger who just walked into Cheers. When I did sit down, I overheard what sounded like a big tech deal being made over some website. I visited during mid morning on a weekday, so I imagine that this place is always crowded with limited or no available seating. GooglePlace - July 2017