Home Cafe In San Francisco – Travel Guide

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Home cafe in San Francisco

Home Cafe

I recently had the opportunity to visit Home Cafe in San Francisco. It was everything that I could ask for in a cafe- modern, chic, and quietly nosy. It was a nice new addition to the Richmond neighborhood and one that sparked a flood of popularity in the community. I quickly fell in love with the high ceilings and marble counters. Something about this cafe instantly made me fall in love with. Lets take a peak inside what Home Cafe has to offer.


Home cafe offers the CLASSIC: drip coffee, pour coffee, espresso, americano, macchiato, cappuccino, latte, mocha + cold brew. They also offer CREATIVE options, in addition to ice cream, teas, non-caffeinated options + TOAST (made with rustic French bread. You can check out the full menu HERE. As you can tell, there is something here for everyone, and I am sure you will fall madly in love with one of these drink options. If all fails, ask for a cup of water. Check out the full menuΒ here.


Home cafe sections off different tables strictly for “computer” use only. This is great because this ensures that not all of their tables will be filled with heavy computer workers (guilty). This is one of the reasons why the noise level here is moderate!

Home cafe in San Francisco

Home Cafe drums a different kind of beat. its interior design and vibrant atmosphere makes customers come back for more.Β I had a lovely coffee date here and sipped on my lavender latter slowly. It was nice, and homey. Can we also take a moment to acknowledge the cactus that was perfectly placed in the photo. <3

There are two locations in San Francisco, one on Noriega Street and the other on Clement Street. I prefer the Clement location since its much more spacious and parking in that area is much easier! (sf parking is horrid in general).

Check out more reviews here:Β https://www.yelp.com/biz/home-san-francisco-28

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Happy Munching.


Photo shot on iPhone. Not too shabby.



July 26, 2017