Five places to Wi-Fi in San Francisco

Whether you’re working, writing or waiting to channel your latest creative outburst, staring at a blinking cursor can often be more productive when it’s done outside the usual home or office backdrop. Sometimes you’re not tied to a location, but you are tied to your laptop. When that’s the case, having a cache of Wi-Fi-bearing cafes to hit up can help keep the monotony at bay, even boosting your morale and your ability to bust out your best work. What surrounds you stimulates your synapses. So because art, music, food and drink do matter — in addition to the obligatory free Wi-Fi availability, here are six sweet BARTable San Francisco cafes where you can park yourself and your next assignment. 
 
Stable Cafe

Cascading wall plantings and a drought-tolerant container garden are the scene stealers at Stable Cafe’s dog-friendly, outdoor space that’s a hip sanctuary in the heart of the Mission.

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Stable Cafe

16th St. Mission (SF)
Arlequin Cafe & Food To Go

This discreet Hayes Valley favorite offers plenty of personal tables and outlets, quaint seating in its gem of a verdant patio garden, and a staple breakfast burrito that’s a neighborhood go-to.

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Arlequin Cafe & Food To Go

Civic Center/UN Plaza (SF)
Red Door Coffee

The fact that it doubles as Minna Gallery says it all. 

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Red Door Coffee

Montgomery St. (SF)
Mazarine Coffee

With a design that’s inspired by a Parisian library (Bibliotheque Mazarine, to be exact!), Mazarine Coffee fittingly has a thorough catalogue of coffee, tea, beer, wine and imaginative toasts galore. 

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Mazarine Coffee

Montgomery St. (SF)
Bello Coffee & Tea

A casual and welcoming spot right there on the other side of Bosworth Street from Glen Park Station, Bello hosts a menu ranging from standard everyday pours to lavender white latte and lychee iced tea. 

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Bello Coffee & Tea

Glen Park (SF)

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