Gallery: First Look: Flour + Co, San Francisco

Chocolate Chunk Cookie
Chocolate Chunk Cookie
"Cookies are what I gravitate towards in the afternoon," says Day, "so it I wanted to make it easy to find good cookies."
Inside of Chocolate Chunk Cookie
Inside of Chocolate Chunk Cookie
The cookies at Flour + Co. are thick and homey. Other flavors include oatmeal praline, triple ginger, and peanutty peanut butter. All $2.75.
Coffee Cake
Coffee Cake
The key to this coffee cake ($3.75) is layering. A layer of cake is topped with crumb, then more cake, then a final layer of crumb. Though you'd never guess, it happens to be gluten-free.
Rhubarb Crostata
Rhubarb Crostata
This individual crostata ($4.25) is made from a sweet pie dough filled with rhubarb, sugar, lemon zest, and oat crumble.
Sticky Bun
Sticky Bun
This sticky bun (which is about the size of an apricot) is made from a sweet yeasted dough topped with walnuts, pecans, and "plenty of gooey caramel sauce." ($3.50)
Toasty Tart
Toasty Tart
Toasty Tarts ($4.50) come in sweet and savory varieties. This version features an herb crust with a salami and manchego cheese filling.
Salami and Ham Ciabatta
Salami and Ham Ciabatta
Five sandwiches are available for lunch. This one combines ham, salami, roasted yellow peppers, and manchego cheese. The ciabatta, tapenade, and aioli are all made in house. ($7.50)
Breakfast
Breakfast
For breakfast, in addition to the baked goods, you'll find granola and yogurt, toast with jam, homemade muesli, and oatmeal. This day's oatmeal was a savory version with bacon and parmesan cheese.
Old Meets New
Old Meets New
Flour + Co feels like a bakery from your childhood, updated.
Interior
Interior
A cheerful new addition to Nob Hill.
Owner Emily Day
Owner Emily Day