Has anyone tried this tiny coffee house on Post and Leavenworth yet? The owners are graduates of the University of Blue Bottle. They use beans from Verve in Santa Cruz and have gotten high marks on Yelp.
Yes, went a few weekends ago on a Sunday morning. Tiny space (literally - one communal 'farm table' and very friendly staff, assorted baked goods and a few specials. They're supposed to have great homemade cereal, which I didn't get to try because it had sold out by the time I got there (around 10:30) that day. I had banana-coconut bread pudding, which was served warm and had slices of caramelized banana and toasted coconut (real not flakes), and very good. Their drip coffee has free refills, though the quality of the Verve beans holds up very well and is similar to a strong Blue Bottle (for those who enjoy that). Stood up well to milk, but very smooth without too. I'll definitely be going back there the next time I'm in the Tendernob (which they've named a drink after - in between a macchiato and a cappucino, closer to the macchiato side).
754 Post St, San Francisco, CA