Tartine Manufactory

Tartine Manufactory

San Francisco, CA

Chad Robertson and Elisabeth Prueitt opened their first bakery in 2002 in the Mission District, and the neighborhood quickly fell in love with their small-batch artisanal loaves and soft-serve ice cream made of buffalo milk.

Now the duo have opened a new Tartine Manufactory, in a 15,000 square-foot corner of the Heath Ceramics factory on nearby Alabama Street, turning the space into a sprawling diner with bakery, coffee, wine, beer, and of course ice cream.

Big windows steam natural light onto this excellent organic space, completed by LA-based design firm Commune with lots of gorgeous metal and woodwork, raw concrete floors and Calacatta marble counters.
595 Alabama St, San Francisco 94110, CA
Tartine Manufactory, Bakeries, Interior Design
Tartine Manufactory, Bakeries, Interior Design
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Chad Robertson and Elisabeth Prueitt opened their first bakery in 2002 in the Mission District, and the neighborhood quickly fell in love with their small-batch artisanal loaves and soft-serve ice cream made of buffalo milk.

Now the duo have opened a new Tartine Manufactory, in a 15,000 square-foot corner of the Heath Ceramics factory on nearby Alabama Street, turning the space into a sprawling diner with bakery, coffee, wine, beer, and of course ice cream.

Big windows steam natural light onto this excellent organic space, completed by LA-based design firm Commune with lots of gorgeous metal and woodwork, raw concrete floors and Calacatta marble counters.
595 Alabama St, San Francisco 94110, CA
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