Boulange

★★★★☆
  • 2310 Polk St

    San Francisco, CA 94109

    Cross street: at Green

    Map & Directions
  • 415-345-1107

About Boulange

Hours
Daily 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

Food

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You want to go to France but dont want to sit on the plane for way too many hours. Well then come here for a little bit of France here in SF. Its such a cute cafe to grab some drink and a pastery and some bread and chill.

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You want to go to France but dont want to sit on the plane for way too many hours. Well then come here for a little bit of France here in SF. Its such a cute cafe to grab some drink and a pastery and some bread and chill.

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I love people watching here and it's as close as you'll get to a cafe in the French countryside in SF. Everything I've ever tried, including the financiers, canelles, tarte tatins, macarons, etc., etc., is great. However, I actually think the stuff is fresher at Boulange's sibling, Bay Bread off of Fillmore. And beware...if you go at the end of the day, many of the great selections are sold out.

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★★★★☆

I love people watching here and it's as close as you'll get to a cafe in the French countryside in SF. Everything I've ever tried, including the financiers, canelles, tarte tatins, macarons, etc., etc., is great. However, I actually think the stuff is fresher at Boulange's sibling, Bay Bread off of Fillmore. And beware...if you go at the end of the day, many of the great selections are sold out.

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...with the amazing cafe fare! Consistently the best cafe in San Fran-- too bad it's far for non-Marina dwellers. This is the perfect complement to full-service dining La Folie a couple doors down. Salmon on pain levain was excellent sprinkled with a bit of sea salt and evoo-- even the sprinkling of chives were fresh and crispy! A piping hot latte with the house special canneles de bordeaux with it's beeswax nuance and creamy centers make the trip worth it everytime. Possibly the best and most authentic croissant in the Bay! Love it, love it!

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★★★★★

...with the amazing cafe fare! Consistently the best cafe in San Fran-- too bad it's far for non-Marina dwellers. This is the perfect complement to full-service dining La Folie a couple doors down. Salmon on pain levain was excellent sprinkled with a bit of sea salt and evoo-- even the sprinkling of chives were fresh and crispy! A piping hot latte with the house special canneles de bordeaux with it's beeswax nuance and creamy centers make the trip worth it everytime. Possibly the best and most authentic croissant in the Bay! Love it, love it!

Pros: authenticity, pastries, coffee

Cons: limited seating, out of the way

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not being native to SF, i can't vouch for this being the best bakery in the city, but it's definitely the best i've visited. i'll come from across town any time i can. perfect coffee. beautiful and delicious pastries and galettes. incredible sandwiches. great prices. and a chance to practice french.

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★★★★☆

not being native to SF, i can't vouch for this being the best bakery in the city, but it's definitely the best i've visited. i'll come from across town any time i can. perfect coffee. beautiful and delicious pastries and galettes. incredible sandwiches. great prices. and a chance to practice french.

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Snugli-strapped babies and their well-coiffed moms cruise through this French-accented cafe, while pairs of leisure seekers dawdle over bowls of cafe au lait, warm fresh-baked goods like tartes, scones, croissants and macaroons. At lunch…

 

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