Hooker's Sweet Treats

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Details
442 Hyde St (btwn O'Farrell & Ellis St)
San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 441-4628
Bakery, Coffee Shop
$
Hours
Tue–Fri: 8:00 AM–4:00 PM Sat–Sun: 10:00 AM–2:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • This sweet potato bread pudding has a delicious Southern twist. The fresh ingredients -Stauss cream and fresh farm eggs- make it rich, and the bourbon caramel sauce is to die for.
  • The coffee and sweet cheddar biscuit are simply divine
  • Try the Banana & Salted Caramel Bread Pudding With Bourbon Caramel Sauce - With pecans on top
  • Yum. Sight glass coffee. Cute digs
  • Tasty coffee and caramels, but the bread pudding is seriously delicious.
  • Try the Praline Caramel Bar
  • Ditto on bread pudding. Excellent cappuccino as well.
  • Get the praline cookie, with its salted, bittersweet chocolate covered caramel melded within. I could have sex with it. But I won't...
  • Eat them upside down for the full sensual salted experience.
  • Bread pudding is insane. Wash it down with a @sightglass espresso
  • I recommend both the cheese biscuit and the peanut butter cookie!
  • Salted caramels are amazing.
  • The bread pudding is amazing!!!
  • I give their boxes of assorted treats as gifts. They are fresh and delicious. Great gifts!!
  • Don't order too much - everything is extremely rich and it can be overwhelming!
  • The caramels!!
  • Cake-soft bread pudding at this Tenderloin sweet spot is no secret and it's also time to try cult favorite caramels like the Original Hooker, wrapped in dark chocolate and topped with sea salt.
  • This place is a great find. Really cute decor inside. The coffee and pastries are both delicious.
  • Don't do what I did and be too greedy on your first visit here - just get ONE treat (one salted caramel for example). One is enough to satiate! Not three salted caramels, bread pudding AND a coffee...
  • Terrible staff, pretentious place. They really think they're cool, but they're not. They're just the only hipsterish place in the neighborhood. Avoid the poseurs, go to Philz instead.