Source: Tartine Manufactory
Why go? This chic and bright former warehouse has a choose-your-own-adventure setup: It touts a bakery (of Tartine Bakery fame), a coffee counter, an ice cream window, and a small wine bar.
What to order? The rule of thumb here is that there are no wrong choices, whether you’re stopping in for an item from the bakery case (the pain suisse is a must); staying for lunch (in which case, order the coddled eggs, with sea trout roe, fresh horseradish, and za’atar toast); or making it a destination dinner for the fresh-milled durum pappardelle, lamb neck ragu, and ricotta.
Pipsqueak tip If dining in, we suggest making a reservation. If grabbing something to go (until 5pm), there could still be a wait depending on when you go so be prepared with little ones in tow… but they will love the ice cream!