Located southeast of Golden Gate Park and to the east of University of California, San Francisco, Cole Valley is a small district in San Francisco. Even though Cole Valley is between more populous areas such as Haight-Ashbury north of it and Twin Peaks to the south, the district still has its own unique character. This guide to the various restaurants and cafes in Cole Valley is only a part of some of the great things the district has to offer.
Reverie Café Bar serves coffee, tea, sandwiches, and light breakfast items such as muffins, scones, bagels, and croissants. There is a fairly large outdoor garden patio in the back with a calm atmosphere for customers to enjoy their beverage or meal. Also, towards the back of the venue, there is a small bookshelf with several books and board games that customers can use.
BurgerMeister is a quirky burger joint that serves Niman Ranch (hormone-free) beef burgers, veggie burgers, sandwiches, salads, fries and more, all of which are made with local ingredients. Customers can also customize their own burger and enjoy a beer or a milkshake in BurgerMeister’s fun yellow and red décor.
BurgerMeister, 86 Carl St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 566 1274
Every San Francisco district needs a local crepe place; for Cole Valley, that’s Crepes On Cole. With large portion sizes, this venue serves not only crepes but also other American breakfast dishes such as pancakes, omelets, bagels, and more. There is ample seating indoors and at outside tables, but it can get fairly packed on the weekends for brunch.
Crepes On Cole, 100 Carl St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 664 1800