Cawfee Tawk: Paramo Now Open, Equator Coming to SF

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The new Paramo café. Photo via Paramo’s Facebook page.

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Rendering of Equator’s new SF café exterior. Courtesy of Equator.

As we mentioned a few weeks ago, ~PARAMO COFFEE~ (from Robert Myers, of Highwire and Modern Coffee, and Gabe Boscana, formerly of Intelligentsia and Sightglass) was getting close to opening in Four Embarcadero Center. You can read more about their no-nonsense and friendly approach in our previous post. Open Mon-Fri 6am-6pm, Sat 8am-2pm, and Sun 10am-3pm. You’ll find Paramo next door to Onigilly and across from Osha Thai. Embarcadero Four, just off Drumm Street and the Sacramento alley that leads to Justin Herman Plaza.

Coming to Mid-Market in the Warfield Building will be a café from Marin’s ~EQUATOR COFFEES~, a women-owned green business. They have enlisted Boor Bridges Architecture to design the café, which will include outdoor seating (those will be some serious ringside seats for all kinds of “engaging” street activity). This will be Equator’s third retail location. (H/t Scoop.) 986 Market St. at 6th St.