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639A Divisadero St. (Grove St.) Send to Phone
415-440-2370 | Order Now! | Menu
Hip café that is also a bike shop peddles its limited fare to a young, congenial crowd.

Open Thurs.-Sun. 8 a.m.-11:45 a.m.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Mojo Bicycle Cafe Restaurant Review

: This charming café that doubles as a fully functional bicycle shop is a popular haunt for hipsters and bicyclists, and the first café to benefit from Mayor Gavin Newsom’s “parklet” project --- allowing extended outdoor seating via wooden, sidewalk-level decks. The menu, a limited selection of soups, salads and sandwiches, is created almost entirely from locally sourced, organic and fair trade ingredients. And while culinary genius doesn’t necessarily prevail here, the café’s commitment to doing what it does do well is admirable. An open-face ham sandwich on a baguette smothered in Gruyère and topped with roasted red peppers is immensely satisfying, as is a simple turkey sandwich with melted Gruyère and harissa aïoli. The real draw of Mojo, however, is its strong congeniality among patrons.
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