To all those coffee lovers, another Bay Area haunt makes its way to SF.
Making it's renovations at 2101 Market Street (at Church). Coffees from Verve, a roastery based in Santa Cruz that has done most of their cafe expansion in Los Angeles so far, will now be available amongst the crazy amount of coffee choices in the Castro.
Being in the middle of 6 busy MUNI lines, good news column for this Verve location, it comes with baked goods from Los Gatos-based Manresa Bread, run by star chef David Kinch and head baker Avery Ruzicka, marking the first outpost where that relatively new bakery's stuff will be available in the city.
LA-based firm Design, Bitches will “give a nod to the breezy naturalism shared among iconic artists and architects along the Northern California coast in the 1960s." We're hoping for a clearly Santa Cruz vibe in SF.
// February 13th opening, and it will be open daily 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. 2101 Market Street, Castro, vervecoffee.com
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