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200 Columbus Ave · interesting places nearby
If this sunny flatiron storefront doesn't instantly lighten your mood, cappuccino with a foam-art heart will. Réveille's coffee is like San Francisco on a good day: nutty and uplifting, without a trace of bitterness. Check the circular marble counter for just-baked chocolate-chip cookies and sticky buns. No wi-fi makes for easy conversation and sidewalk-facing counters offer some of SF's best people-watching.