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One San Francisco man is bringing joy to his neighborhood by serving free coffee to essential workers.
Ben Ramirez waits by his open window on Pfeiffer Street with a sign outside that says “Free Coffee.”
When he sees a mail carrier or healthcare worker walking by, he offers his services.
The barista says he has the location and the resources to make it happen.
Efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 have spurred companies around the world to encourage workers to telecommute as opposed to traveling to offices at city centers. As coffee is the lifeblood of many a desk worker, that doesn’t mean that San Franciscans are doing without their java…
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Times may seem dire for Bay Area coffee lovers as numerous cafes temporarily close in adherence to Monday’s “shelter in place” order, which directs people to stay home and away from each other as much as possible.
When it comes to hip San Francisco coffee shops, oat milk lattes and nitro cold brew are old news at this point. For those feeling a little more adventurous, one coffee shop is embracing an eccentric new way to order your coffee: with a side of mushrooms.
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