Boudin Bakery Café Baker's Hall

Row 1

160 Jefferson St. (at Taylor St.)
San Francisco, CA 94133
(415) 928-1849
Bakery, Café
$ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 8:00 AM–9:30 PM Fri–Sat: 8:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Try the Clam Chowder in Bread Bowl
  • Boudin Bakery's sourdough strain has been alive since the Gold Rush1849! You can learn how to make your own sourdough from a recipe on our Science of Cooking site attached!
  • If you come to San Francisco you need to get a Sourdough Bread Bowl with Clam Chowder. Get one here. It's not bad at all and really filling.
  • Turtle Bread :)
  • Frommers recommends heading upstairs for the free museum that explains the symbiotic relationship between San Francisco and the sourdough loaf.
  • Try to get the employees to wave at you through the window.
  • Sper rico todo! Uff :)
  • Sourdough animals
  • The crab and corn bisque in the bread bowl is awesome and so delicious. The tour is free if you eat upstairs in the restaurant.
  • Eat a creepy sourdough animal
  • Nice clean bathroom if you sneak into the restaurant upstairs. It's all the way back on the left. Skip the lines and grime at the public ones outside!
  • Clamor chowder in a bread bowl! Nham
  • Awesome bread.
  • Share a clam chowder and a grilled cheese if you want to enjoy your life.
  • All soups are amazing! But you also should try the tuna fish sandwish and the spring salad! Awesome! The service is great as well! The manager Gelcy is really friendly!
  • Clam chowder in a bread bowl is a must have meal while in SF. The best!
  • They have different shapes and sizes of the fresh baked bread. The smell of the bread is magical inside the store.
  • Awesome turtle shaped baby size loaves of sourdough
  • First time? Get the tomato soup in a sourdough breadbowl.
  • Best sourdough? Period? You are kidding me, right? Obviously, this was posted by a tourist. For the best French bread, go to Tartine.