Housed in what used to be a cannabis club, tiny lecture hall-sized Study (run by an aesthetically pleasing former Farmerbrown 'tender) is part coffee bar, part bar bar, with great-looking decor like stacks of used books and miniature globes scattered across two windowed alcoves, a wall of royal blue tufted leather, and the aforementioned bartender.
"Harmony uses Four Barrel beans to pour the perfect espresso or americano.
Warning: If you don't get it to go, prepare to lose at least half an hour just enjoying the amazing atmosphere in this place."
If your dad’s study and the cockpit of an airplane morphed into a bar—and then a DJ booth got tossed into the mix—you’d have the bones of this place.
There’s a communal table and a long wooden bar, but what you can’t miss is the bright-blue, tufted-leather wall equipped with disguised fold-down seats.
... all-in-one coffee/wine/beer/small plates joint is located in the heart of Japantown at Fillmore and Geary. Accentuated by a lounge-y decor and cozy atmosphere, it's the perfect spot for either a quick caffeine fuel up or just hanging out in the company of some excellent wine and yummy grub.