Venue Info

Known For

Coffee

Family run since 1973, this Mission coffee shop serves Turkish coffee, beer, wine, and eats like paninis, gyros, and falafel. You have to spend $5 on food or drink to get the Wi-Fi password, but once you do, you're free to camp out all day. The open tables, general lack of pretension, and friendly staff make Cafe La Boheme feel like a home away from home.

Lattet at Cafe La Boheme
San Francisco

Cafe La Boheme

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Family run since 1973, this Mission coffee shop serves Turkish coffee, beer, wine, and eats like paninis, gyros, and falafel. You have to spend $5 on food or drink to get the Wi-Fi password, but once you do, you're free to camp out all day. The open tables, general lack of pretension, and friendly staff make Cafe La Boheme feel like a home away from home.