Philz Coffee is relocating its headquarters from San Francisco to Oakland. Previously situated in The Dog Patch neighborhood of San Francisco, The San Francisco Examiner has reported that Philz’s new headquarters will be situated at their roasting plant near The Coliseum in Oakland. Why the move? Philz CEO, Mahesh Sadarangani,
Since the beginning of the Pandemic, San Francisco has been no stranger to businesses closing. So when I hear about a local business biting the dust, I’m not exactly surprised, but the closure of Philz did strike me as odd. Since you’re reading a BAS article, I’m going to go
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WRITTEN BY: HABIBI BRIDGES I was a new hire at a local coffee shop here in San Francisco that outwardly prides itself on its wokeness, but ironically has a history of scandal involving racism and sexism. I noticed many of my coworkers making jokes that would be considered inappropriate if
Given the infestation of corporate coffee shops, the browbeaten drifters have begrudgingly relocated. Sickened by the whine of the latest pop culture commodities, and spooked by the mechanical scripts of corporate serfs, we yearn for the aging coffee shacks of yore, the ones that were only grotesque in their literality.
Is your neighborhood Starbucks closed? According to local news reports, several Starbucks locations are struggling with “staffing shortages.” Considering that we’re still in the midst of a global pandemic, this seems plausible. But there’s a larger story at play here that’s not making headlines. Last December, employees at the Elmwood
Working from home may be a luxury, but perhaps the luxury ends there. Perhaps “home” is little more than a sunlight-starved hovel, crawling with roommates and other forms of vermin. Perhaps you, like me, are in need of some alternatives. You might consider The Coffee Shop. San Francisco is littered
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East Bay to Palestine, Palestine to San Francisco: How Nabeel Silmi built a coffee staple in the San Francisco Mission.