Located in a quiet block of Taylor Street, just off Columbus Avenue and the heart of San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood, you'll find Pat's Cafe. Pat's has been in this location at 2330 Taylor Street for 10 years now.
Pat's Cafe is one of those warm, friendly, unpretentious places where you are instantly made to feel welcome while you enjoy a great breakfast or lunch. The food is hearty and good, the wait staff is friendly and efficient, and Pat is usually on hand to great you and make sure all is well. An added attraction are the photos and paintings on the wall, done by local artists and offered for sale.
You won't be the first person to "discover" this gem; Tom Clancy must have stumbled in or directed to it -- he referenced it in his best-seller, Dead or Alive
Pat is a woman of many talents; in addition to knowing exactly what neighbors want and need in a cafe, she's an awesome photographer of local sites -- look for her photos among those on display.
In an industry with high turnover and many failures, Pat's Cafe seems to be here to stay, and that's fine with us! One of our special Saturday morning delights is to walk over Russian Hill via streets and staircases, enjoy breakfast or lunch at Pat's, and then perhaps stroll over to the waterfront, Ghirardelli Square and Aquatic park before heading home.
When you're living your San Francisco dream be sure to get acquainted with Pat and Pat's Cafe - bound to help you feel right at home. If you're ready to find your home in San Francisco, let's talk.
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