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San Francisco's Sightglass Coffee House

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San Francisco's Sightglass Coffee House
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The world of gourmet coffee is ever expanding so we were thrilled to discover a unique spot in San Francisco to enjoy more than just a good brew.

We'd like to introduce you to Sightglass Coffee, an industrial warehouse that was converted into a 7,500-square foot coffee shop. The open space features exposed beam ceilings and its very own wood-fired cast iron coffee roaster from 1961.

Customers can peer into the shop through its huge glass windows. Sightglass is divided in two levels so customers can also take in the view from above.

The company sources coffee beans from Costa Rica, Guatemala, Honduras, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Kenya and other locations around the world, according to Inhabitat.

So next time you are in the Bay area, how about you stop by?

More: Dive into the world of single cup gourmet coffee and discover the secrets of coffee tasting.

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