Trouble Coffee / San Francisco

4033 Judah St at 46th Ave San Francisco 94122
4156824732
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 07:00 - 19:00
trending 7023 votes
3.3
Tips from the Net @ Trouble Coffee
Daniel Paddock en
No menu, you just order like you're at a bar. If you try to take pictures, they will publicly shame you. This is not a "cute" coffee shop where you go and take a picture of your latte art for all your adoring fans. At Trouble, they mean business, and coffee is their business. Thrash or die. GooglePlace - November 2017
Heather Wells en
It's a bit pricey but I personally don't mind paying a little bit more when it's in support of an independent business. The cinnamon toast was delicious and the coffee was good enough for me to drink black (which I never do!) I would definitely recommend this place to others who are visiting San Francisco as it's near the beach and also a short walk from Golden Gate Park. GooglePlace - November 2017
Pablo Lema en
Pretty cool spot on the West side of SF for coffee. Crew can be a bit pretentious feeling when you talk to them. Coffee if pretty good, not great. The toast with butter and sugar is decadent and about as thick as a nuclear shelter wall. GooglePlace - November 2017
Sandra Lopez en
So I heard about this wonderful coffeeshop during an episode of This American Life podcast, episode #520, act 3, The Hostess with the Toastess, and I absolutely became driven with desire to come check it out. I took advantage of a business trip in Sacramento, and I drove all the way to San Francisco to experience this place for myself. It was definitely everything I imagined and more! The mocha was so delicious, the cinnamon honey toast was breathtaking and the coconut was refreshing and all kinds of good! Its a must see place but also the story of this place is incredible too, so checking the story out first will give you a sense of her work and the coffee shop. GooglePlace - September 2017
Lee Diaz en
Trouble is easily my favorite coffee shop in SF. It's off the beaten path for tourists, surrounded by other great businesses, and a stones throw from the beach. The coffee is great and so is the toast. If you're feeling daring as for "Build Your Own Damn House", which is a bit of everything. Now that I live outside of SF, it is always a MUST when I am back in town. GooglePlace - September 2017