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Batter Bakery (lavender sea salt shortbread); Rite-Spot Cafe Pie Night (Super Duper Lemon or Obama Pie), SF - any reports?

  • hhc Jun 4, 2009 11:27 PM
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sfgate.com had mentioned these two places that I don't see mentioned on the board. Any reports?

Batter Bakery
Located in the kitchen of Stable Cafe, itself a converted carriage house. Try the lavender sea salt shortbread ($2.25) or cherry bran muffin - it's moist, light and filled with dried cherries ($2.50).

2124 Folsom St. (near 17th Street, in Stable Cafe); (415) 994-4944 or batterbakery.com. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday.

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Rite-Spot Cafe Pie Night Two kinds of pie are offered on Friday nights at this Mission bar. Go for the mixed berry, Super Duper Lemon or Obama Pie - a pineapple, macadamia nut and coconut crumble pie (each: $6 per slice).

2099 Folsom St. (at 17th Street); (415) 552-6066. 2 p.m.-2 a.m. Fridays, or until pies run out.

Article w/ more places, desserts too:
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article...

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Rite-Spot Cafe
2099 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA 94110

Batter Bakery
2124 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA

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  1. I tried some of the items from Battery Bakery as they were doing a bake sale in the courtyard one Saturday. the cookies were excellent, although I did not try the shortbread. The muffin I had was very good. Cupcakes looked great!

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    1. re: absc

      cupcakes were great. I picked one up when I was out about along California Ave on my last trip. I visited the kiosk.

    2. The RiteSpot was out of commission for a while doing some kind of update. It's back up and running, and the same kind of joint it used to be, although it somehow smells cleaner and less divey. Last night there was a great piano player and a bunch of revelers, good stuff. Kitchen menu looks like it always has, I got a basket of generic krinkle cut sysco fries to go with my beer. I feel sentimental about the place, so not to be trusted, but I do like stopping in occasionally when I'm on that side of town.