Stella Pastry & Cafe
446 Columbus Ave, San Francisco, CA 94133
A Decadent, Almost Sinful Shop to Get Delicious Pastries.
This spot is little and has been in San Francisco quite a while. You stroll in and are promptly welcomed by enticing manifestations of sugar and mixture. There are two or three tables inside and outside. A constant flow of clients come in, select a baked good/dessert, and approach their day. We strolled in after supper for a late-night dessert.
Staff is in every case convenient notwithstanding when they have a full house. Administration is regularly better than expected. Costs that won’t stun you. On the off chance that it wasn’t a long way from my work I would stopped by additional.
This is an incredible little baked good shop to stop in and treat yourself to a treat and go overboard a bit. They likewise serve standard and enhanced espressos go with your treat.
The selection of cakes and sweet treats were astonishing, there’s certainly something for everybody here! Each piece is a liberal bit and I exceedingly suggest the tiramisu.
Great treats and a delectable latte! Unquestionably a spot to shop in case you’re searching for an Italian style pastry kitchen.
Bona fide Italian tiramisu, canollis, treats, and solid espresso. I’ve been heading off to this spot since before most counter assistance was conceived.
Extraordinary minimal Italian bistro with incredible cakes and pasties. I had their mark Sacrapantina cake and my sister had the Black and White. Both were amazing and we can hardly wait to return and attempt the rest!
Flavorful baked goods! Continuously our decision when in the zone. Get the tiramisu, yet in the event that you are searching for a sweet mocha, request it extraordinarily as their espressos solid and severe
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