Who doesn’t love a good cookie? Whether you like your cookies soft and gooey, crispy and crunchy, doughy and fudgy, or somewhere in between, San Francisco has so many different spots with a wide assortment of cookies for you to try. In this blog post, I’m going to share with you all the Best San Francisco Cookies Any Foodie Must Experience!
For more food recommendations in San Francisco, don’t hesitate to check out my blog post sharing my Top 10 San Francisco Restaurants here, and for a savory option, my blog post about the Best San Francisco Burgers here. Now without further ado, let’s get started!
Best San Francisco Cookies Any Foodie Must Experience
B. Patisserie & B On The Go
Photo by B. Patisserie
B. Patisserie specializes in Parisian- and Viennese-style pastries, so they bring a European twist to their classic cookies. I adore how elegant and beautiful these cookies look, but, more importantly, I also love how they taste. The subtle flavors of these cookies are great to pair with your drink of choice—like a cup of tea, coffee, or milk. B. Patisserie also has a cafe called B On The Go. I love anything by B. Patisserie, so I’ve already written a blog post about B On The Go, which you can read here. I also have a blog post about how much I adore B. Patisserie, which you can check out here. 2821 California St, San Francisco, CA 94115
Photo by Spruce
A New American restaurant in Presidio Heights with 1 Michelin Star, Spruce does not disappoint. These big cookies are crispy and brown on the outside but soft and gooey on the inside. In addition, if you’re looking for something more savory, I’ve written about Spruce in my Best Lobster Rolls in San Francisco blog post, which you can read here. 3640 Sacramento St, San Francisco, CA 94118
Jane The Bakery
Chocolate Chip Toffee Cookie
Photo by Jane The Bakery
Jane The Bakery is to die for! Their cookies are super doughy and soft in the middle, all for just $2.50. The toffee flavor with chocolate chips is amazing, so be sure to check it out when you stop by. 1881 Geary Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94115
Photo by Anthony’s Cookies
Anthony’s Cookies in the Mission is another great choice. Their cookies are super crunchy and I love the toffee and chocolate chip cookie, which was good with some salt. In addition, if you’d like to support a black-owned business, this is the spot. 1417 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110
Photo by Le Marais Bakery
This French-style bakery has several locations all over San Francisco, so you can pick up one of their delicious cookies anywhere. The cookies look just as good as they taste, so be sure to stop by Le Marais Bakery to have a bite! 498 Sanchez St, San Francisco, CA 94114
Photo by the Dandelion Factory
Dandelion Factory specializes in small-batch chocolates, but they also have fantastic cookies. I love the doughy middle of these cookies, which also have a little bit of salt on the top for that added flavor. It’s one of the top places to get the Best San Francisco Cookies for a reason! 2600 16th St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Photo by Tartine Bakery
Tartine Bakery has a wide range of different cookies and pastries for you to try, so don’t be afraid to pick up a few when you head on over there. 595 Alabama St, San Francisco, CA 94110
Craftsman & Wolves
Photo by Craftsman & Wolves
The cookies I tried at Craftsman & Wolves were so soft and doughy. Definitely stop by here if you love these kinds of cookies! They certainly deserve a spot on this list of Best San Francisco Cookies. 746 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110
Photo by Hot Cookie
If you go to Castro, you won’t want to miss Hot Cookie. Their storefront is always lively and decorated in bright red. As for the cookies, they’re fun and delicious and there are so many different flavors to try. I came here with my nieces and they loved everything about it. If there’s one thing kids know, it’s where the best cookies are! 407 Castro St #2019, San Francisco, CA 94114
If you head on over to any of these tasty spots, be sure to tag me on Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest! I’d love to hear what you think and which cookies you tried from my list of Best San Francisco Cookies.
What do you think?