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The healthy hut on Judah Street, dubbed Judahlicious, is known for its acai bowls, super smoothies, raw food, and vegan options. This mini-detour is just off the Great Highway and perfect for those warm and sunny bike trips along the Pacific coast.
Judahlicious, 3906 Judah St (between 44th and 45th avenues), Outer Sunset; 415-752-7799.
Trouble Coffee Co.
Looking to stir up some trouble on your bike route? Swing by Trouble Coffee Co. and treat yourself to some extra-strong sips and a cheese and bacon brioche (yes, please)! Nothing hits closer to a biker’s home than crave-worthy coffee, delicious carbs, and a day of cycling.
Trouble Coffee Co., 4033 Judah Street (between 45th and 46th avenues); 415-682-4732.
Tell us a place that has a Manchego cheese plate to-go, and we’re there! That’s why Acre Cafe nabs the attention of weekday bike commuters and lunch-goers alike. Not only does it sit pretty in the middle of the Presidio, but it feeds pretty, too. Organic goodness served at reasonable prices make this stop a divine one.
Acre Cafe, 1013 Torney Avenue (between Bike Route 4 and General Kennedy Avenue); 415-561-2273.
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