Tartine Manufactory

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Tartine Manufactory

Husband and wife baking duo rise to the occasion with stylish addition to their expanding empire...

Drawing hungry hoards since 2002, San Francisco’s Tartine Bakery is known as the Mission District’s go-to place for top notch cakes, croissants, loaves and the hot-pressed sandwiches that cause daily delirium for discerning locals.

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Little surprise, then, that husband and wife team Chad Robertson and Elisabeth Prueitt have expanded on their self-raising empire (which also includes a series of cookbooks and the soon-to-open Tartine Cookies & Cream, connected to this space but accessible by its own entrance on Alabama Street) with the recent opening of Tartine Manufactory.

Located in the Heath Ceramics factory, the casual eatery is a space where customers can gain a glimpse into the culinary arts whilst enjoying wholesome fare; think a myriad of sweet and savoury baked goods in the morning, rustic sandwiches and salads come lunch — all alongside Coffee Manufactory and Rare Tea Company beverages.

Bursting with Californian aesthetics — designed by Los Angeles-based Commune — unglazed, Heath subway tiles along with Calacatta marble counters, concrete flooring, and a muted colour palette sing harmoniously underneath the light that floods through the huge factory windows; Tartine and Heath Ceramics have also collaborated on a dinnerware collection.

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