Freshly baked loaf of bread. The kind of bread changes daily and they’re only available after 5pm Tuesday through Sunday . This was a wheat bread and it was VERY good. I slowly ate it over several days and it kept very well stored in a plastic storage bag. $8.75
Tartine Bakery, San Francisco
7×7 Magazine’s The Big Eat San Francisco: 100 Things to Eat + Drink Before You Die – 2010, 2011, 2012
Seeded wheat bagel toasted with olive oil, then spread with a light layer of cream cheese, topped with fresh tomatoes and cucumbers, then lightly sprinkled with salt. $3.25
Philz Coffee, San Francisco
This is my absolute favorite bagel breakfast sandwich EVER! I always get it on some kind of wheat bagel and ask for “light on the cream cheese” (just to be safe), hehe. It’s SO flavorful and you don’t feel gross and heavy after eating it. NOMS!
Jacob’s Wonderbar Brew coffee. Any of Philz coffees + Philz bagel = a perfect morning!