Coffee at Cafe Réveille

When you're drinking a cappuccino, do you still call the barista's handiwork "latte art?" 
One of my favorite things about San Francisco is the endless array of coffee shops to enjoy. It would be impossible for me to select a single favorite, but my top choices all have a few things in common: excellent coffee, delicious food, a comfortable atmosphere and free wifi.

Cafe Réveille ticks all these boxes, along with sweet pink tables outside and a serene, minimalist interior. Did I mention their tempting weekend brunch menu?

I had the egg sandwich, sunny side up, on a pain de mie roll with melted cheddar cheese, avocado and sriracha aioli. You may also order it with house-made merguez or thick-cut bacon. That's my kind of Egg McMuffin.

I found this spot to be less busy than expected on a weekend morning (I stopped in around 9:30 am).  This may be due in part to the cafe's location hidden amongst the high-rise apartments beyond AT&T Park. I suspect the regulars here are late-risers. 

You can visit Cafe Réveille weekdays, 7:00-3:00, and over the weekend from 8:00-4:00. No reservations are necessary for a table. 

If you're not hungry for breakfast or brunch, you can also stop by one of the other Réveille Coffee Co. locations in the city for a cup of coffee or a bag of beans to take home.