Hopefully you're been following my bouncing around San Francisco on the Kinross Instagram this week. It's been a lot of fun revisiting some of my favorite places in the city - which I recently realized include a lot of food. San Francisco has some incredible cafés and I've got a favorite for every neighborhood.
While Hayes Valley has a lot of great little cafés, one that I consistently find myself at is Momi Toby's Revolution Cafe and Art Bar. It's an old staple in a neighborhood that has undergone some serious changes throughout the last few years, as condos have replaced community gardens ad parking structures have gone up to support the increasing traffic to the area. Being a Bay Area native, it feels good to support an institution that has been serving coffee long before I even started drinking it.
I usually just stop in for a quick to-go Americano, but on nice days (and the day we shot this wasn't one of them), I love to sit outside with a locally roasted Americano and a locally baked lemon square - and just people watch. You just don't get more O.G. San Francisco than that...