Right on schedule, TARTINE on 9th Ave. is now open in the Inner Sunset. It’s designed to be a casual, all-day restaurant, almost a hybrid of Tartine Bakery and Tartine Manufactory. You can enjoy Tartine’s beloved pastries, croissants, and breads, alongside an extensive offering of breakfast, lunch, and brunch items, like smørrebrøds, salads, and soups (they plan to launch dinner service by late summer).
You can review all three menus (breakfast, brunch, lunch) here. Yes, the coddled eggs with trout roe are on there, plus a grilled cheese with mornay sauce, and a BLT panzanella salad (the seasonal menu will highlight some produce from producers at the year-round, Inner Sunset PCFMA Sunday farmers’ market). Susanna Ok is the executive chef, and most recently was the executive chef at The Battery SF for the past six years.
You can enjoy Coffee Manufactory coffees, wine and beer, and Tartine’s famous country loaves and sprouted rye bread will be for sale. There will also be a case of sandwiches, salads, and other offerings for picnics since they’re right by Golden Gate Park.
The airy 3,000-square-foot space was designed by Studio BBA (also behind the new Tartine Manufactory in Los Angeles), and includes 45 seats inside, and 10 on the outdoor patio. No reservations, and “café seating [is] available for guests after they have ordered and paid at the register.”
Service will be 7am-4pm daily (breakfast is 8am-11am, lunch is 11am-4pm) and brunch will be all day on the weekends from 8am-4pm. 1226 9th Ave. at Lincoln, 415-742-5005.
The exterior of the new Tartine Inner Sunset on 9th Ave. Photo: Paige Green.