Vinyl Coffee & Wine Bar

Wine Bar, Café, Coffee Shop
$ $
359 Divisadero St (at Oak St)
San Francisco, CA 94117
(415) 621-4132
Monday
7:00am - 11:00pm
Tuesday
7:00am - 11:00pm
Wednesday
7:00am - 11:00pm
Thursday
7:00am - 11:00pm
Friday
7:00am - 11:00pm
Saturday
8:00am - 12:00am
Sunday
8:00am - 12:00am

Tips

  • Try the Egg Muffin Sandwich, Gf Version - Sub muffin for sliced tomato and you have a great GF bfast in SF for under 4 bucks.
  • Best breakfast burrito in SF
  • It's everything you would ever need or want it to be. Pizza? They serve it. Coffee shop? They got it. Wine bar? Why not! A cluster fuck of everything lovely.
  • Blue bottle coffee!
  • Chilled vibe, the sort of spot you find people on laptops, surfing and chilling. Tasty salads and vegan cookies!
  • You walk in at 4:30pm, all those delicious sandwiches are still there, but you can't eat them, can't buy them, because it's 4:30pm and they're switching to wine bar mode. Worst business model ever.
  • Great breakfast sandwich
  • The bathroom ALWAYS smells freshly shat.
  • great wine pours, and tasty craft pies from Casey's Pizza.
  • Mon, Wed, Sun w/ Chason
  • The breakfast burritos and bagels here are some of the best in the city. Also, the staff is very friendly and the space is always full of interesting people. A must visit on Divisidero.
  • Coffee shop pouring Blue Bottle coffee by day and small batch wines by night. Throw in a great vibe and free wi-fi and you pretty much have the perfect spot for perching.
  • Best breakfast sandwich in the city
  • Tru the green eggs and ham sandwich for breakfast. It will agree with you.
  • They're not very forthcoming about happy hour, but it's usually one selected white or red for $6/glass from 5:30 - 7:00 pm!
  • Wine & wifi!!!
  • If you're there before 2pm, try the Breakfast Burrito with Veggie Sausage. It's fantastic. Not just for veggies!
  • Blue bottle coffee and an egg sourdough muffin breakfast sandwich with egg, cheese, ham, Tom, avocado, onion (red and green). Amazing!
  • Love pinot noirs? Try pinot noir from Markris wines. Feeling adventurous? Try the red from Lebanon.
  • Sunday evening is "Soul Food Sunday". Aahmazing southern comfort food!

Nearby places

311 Divisadero St (btwn Oak & Page St)
560 Divisadero St (at Hayes St)
306 Broderick St