By DIANA MONTAÑO It’s like the Rio Grande flows through the tap at the Atlas Cafe on 20th Street, turning the countertop into a wooden, cup-stained borderland. Behind the counter and to the left, where orders are taken and the coffee is served, are the Americanos– the white, twenty-something, college-educated American baristas. To the right, where the beer is poured...
By NOAH BUHAYAR From his post behind the espresso machine at Dynamo Donuts on 24th Street, Chris Shively meets a skeptic every day. The handmade treats sold here—“Spice Chocolate,” “Vanilla Bean” and “Maple-glaze Bacon Apple” (yes, a donut topped with meat)—cost between $2.00 and $3.00 apiece. Grocery-store sugary rounds packaged by the dozen, they are not. But even the most...
Restaurants on 16th Street deal with the economic crunch. By HÉLÈNE GOUPIL
Get thee outside.
Urban Burger, Haus open. Five of six propositions fail.
One for the study, two for the scene. By GARRETT MCAULIFFE
1 Street. 12 blocks. 11 coffee shops. Mission Loc@l will be looking at how coffee culture is changing 24th Street. Click the headline for more on today's report.
20 contestants baked it out for top prize.
La Boheme Cafe has been a mainstay on 24th Street for more than three decades. But as the street has changed, so have the coffeeshop's visitors.
If you haven’t noticed, construction has wrapped up on Valencia and everyone can now enjoy wider sidewalks! Check it out when you go for a little Christmas Eve stroll. I know I’m excited I no longer have to worry about close calls with drivers on my bike, lest I risk being forced into fresh asphalt. Since you’re probably doing some...
Borderlands Café on Valencia Street doesn’t have Wi-Fi, bit it does have an environment where people can actually talk to each other.
Regulars at La Taza Café find community, friendship.
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All those ads for the new Lady Gaga album? Not exactly legal. En Español