“Sandwich shop, bakery and more”
Co-Chefs Cortney and Nick manage the kitchen of Bar Tartine in San Francisco. The food at this celebrated Mission district restaurant is hard to classify, except to say it relies heavily on local produce and the strong vision of it’s chefs towards layering bold flavors with powerful simplicity. Ingredients are painstakingly made in house. Aged cheeses, spices, koji, and bottarga to name a few, are all processed at the restaurant and form the foundation on which the constantly evolving menu is built. The menu at Bar Tartine is a celebration of diverse traditional flavors presented with a modern, post-regional generosity. A dinner might consist of flavors from Jutland, Hokkaido and Budapest within the same meal- the whole seeming utterly familiar. Varied whole grains and the use of fermentation inform the food, as well as the innovative natural leavened breads baked on premise daily by owner/baker Chad Robertson.
This place is a breakfast classic. Get there early (8am) because the line is a real thing. While they don't have a menu hanging for everyone to see, there's a small menu by the cash register that lists out their sandwiches. I had the mushroom quiche and was incredibly happy but if you're looking for a real meal here go with one of their sandwiches. Also an amazing and adorable barista bar, so make use of their skill! The perfect place for a cappuccino and newspaper date with yourself.
buckwheat-crème fraîche bread ($9): Do we have to pick just one of Chad Robertson's breads? This nutty, airy loaf is this week's obsession.
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- Sun: 11:00 am - 2:30 pm
- Fri, Sat: 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
- Wed, Thu: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
- Mon, Tue: 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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