Tartine means buttered bread in French, but this is far more. They make the most delicious pastries, croissants, scones, salads, sandwiches and all-day dining food, using the freshest produce from amazing local suppliers.
If Tartine isn’t the most famous thing to come out of San Francisco – besides, well, Instagram and Google – it’s the most drool-inducing at the very least. Stemming from the holistic, whole-food philosophy (and overwhelming success) of the original bakery, the Manufactory offers Tartine devotees a chance to enjoy an all-day menu of sandwiches, salads and heartier meals, as well as locally roasted coffee, natural wines, Cookies & Cream ice-cream and a dedicated bakery counter, of course. Unless you’re there for the bakery or coffee counters alone, there will, no doubt, be a line when you arrive. While you queue, keep your eyes peeled for a table in the airiest of dining rooms and remind yourself that the wait will most definitely be worth it.