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Saint Frank Coffee

Specialty Coffee Roasters in San Francisco
Specialty Coffee Shop and Roaster

1081 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA (Roastery)

1018 Alma St., Menlo Park, CA 94025 (Alma Street)

2340 Polk Street, San Francisco, CA 94109 (Russian Hill)
They named Saint Frank after their city of San Francisco... But more specifically, the beloved Saint Francis who showed all things seemingly mundane and ordinary to be special. His life warranted the denomination of a saint while he would prefer a simple name like Frank. Saint Francis had a passion for life and connection with people and the world around him in a way that shapes the company’s direction in coffee and service. He approached everything with a humble wide-eyed view of simplicity and courtesy.  Everyone mattered to Francis.  Everything was important and special, worthy of attention and service. Here, they approach their craft with simple and restrained elegance that amplifies their values in coffee, people, and connection. For Saint Frank, coffee isn’t mundane or commodity, it isn’t “just coffee”.  It has a quality to bring joy to life through its aromas and flavors but also with its ability to bring people together. There is a world and a story behind every coffee from particular people, places, and cultures. Founded by Kevin Bohlin in 2013, Saint Frank is the evolving dream for the experience of coffee toward a simple joy in life, but also toward social connection and celebration of people, place, and culture. Their business is to offer an excellent product with a service that does justice to the people behind it and the people who enjoy it, they want to serve a sensory experience rich and full of connection to the world around them. They believe that specialty coffee is a movement and one worth expanding and multiplying.  
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