Tartine’s new bread shop now open on Valencia Street

Dang, we first heard about this project almost two years ago, and now it’s finally open. Eater SF reports:

Options include a variety of Scandinavian smørrebrød, which are like stacked-up open-face sandwiches. Those go for $6 a pop, or you can try three different ones for $15. Sandwiches on house-baked Scandinavian-style breads cost around $13 or $14, there are also salads, soups and baked goods on offer.

The Bar Tartine shop is now open Wednesday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. [link]


[Photo by Shelley P.]

4 Responses to “Tartine’s new bread shop now open on Valencia Street”

  1. alright dude. alright. says:

    14 dollar sandwich? nigga, NO.


  2. TPK says:

    I don’t think it’s a bread shop. It’s a sandwich shop.

  3. Ryan says:

    …and I thought a $10 sandwich was ridiculous. Fuckin’ christ.

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