Bright and airy, it shines with soaring ceilings, pristinely white walls, and warm Scandinavian wood accents.
Since my first visit, I’ve returned time and time again – as you may have seen from repeated Instagrams.
It’s not always the most ideal workplace (the lack of outlets requires a bit of pre-planning, and it can get busy on weekends), but I made Saint Frank a regular stop because of the friendly vibes and the tremendous amount of attention that is paid to their espresso.
The husband-and-wife team behind the place are often present behind the counter, and atmosphere has the feel of being of a family affair.
When you visit, ask about their seasonal sweet latte or mix up your usual order with their homemade almond macadamia milk.
For food, you can’t go wrong with their granola, which is also sold by the bag. A bit pricey, but worth every penny.
After struggling to find a coffee shop that I truly loved in Russian Hill, I couldn’t be happier that Saint Frank moved in. Stop by the next time you’re in the area!
Looking for posts on Iceland? Stay tuned: I’m working on getting settled and will be sharing soon!