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5 San Francisco Restaurants Selling Pantry Essentials

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Although you can’t dine at one of their two sister cafes at the moment, Jane the Bakery is still open with a range of mouth-watering breads and pastries ready to take away and create your own coffee experience à la House. Central Milling’s flour, yeast and their sourdough starter are also available to add to your order. Don’t think you can finish a whole loaf? Half loaves are possible for many menu items and their loaves freeze well. Go ahead and order to your gluten tolerant heart’s content. We have been!

Delivery is available for free within a one-mile radius of the bakery if you text them at 415-926-3061 or through DoorDash if you are beyond that radius. Although take-out is an option daily from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., call ahead to reserve some items as many sell out quickly.

Mission

The Mission’s beloved wine bar housed in a former record store not only offers bottles of wine from their collection to pair with your next Zoom happy hour (which just got happier because you won’t have to share a single drop from one of the 20 bottles of Spot, are we right?), but also paper towels, gloves, fresh products, flour, sugar, dry products, bread kits, homemade pizza dough, and trays of their 19-year-old sourdough.

Pre-order online for a scheduled pickup date and time.

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Alamo Square

Known for being one of the only Bay Area bakeries to grind its flour in-house for its breads, The Mill is the ultimate representation of many San Franciscan diets: one part locally roasted coffee and one part bread. handmade with natural leaven. In addition to Four Barrel coffee beans and bread from Josey Baker Bread, you can purchase their freshly ground flour (including whole grain white wheat, whole grain red wheat, rye and bread), milk oats, sugar, spices, beans, fruits, greens and other staples to restock your kitchen.

Le Moulin is open every day from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. for take-out.

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portola

The neighborhood ice cream shop occupying the once-operating Avenue Theater in Portola continued to serve its community by providing pint and pint ice cream (including vegan flavors such as Chai Chocolate Cardamom and Matcha Stracciatella) and essentials like sugar, flour, yeast, rice, vegetables, fruit, dairy alternatives and everyone’s current favorite: toilet paper. Need something to keep the little ice cream lovers busy at your next virtual get-together? Also get one of the kids art supply kits.

Visit their website to pre-order curbside pickup between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.

Churn Urban Creamery

Castro

Known for the new baked goods that have since captured the hearts of the Castro, this cute bakery also sells supplies for your next big baking venture, including flour (bread, whole wheat, and rye), dried fruit, nuts, sourdough, and more. Grab a multigrain sandwich loaf with a bread kit as this weekend’s activity involves re-enacting Great British Baking Show bread week in your kitchen.

Thorough Bread and Pastry hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday through Sunday with online ordering for pickup optional.

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