|This no-frills bakery is a sister to the St. Helena mothership that has been operating for over 80 years. There is no indoor seating, but there are outdoor benches and parasols in front - just around the corner from main building of the Oxbow Market. Obviously, breads and baked goods are the big thing here. They once used a two-group Grimac La Valentina La Vittoria on their supply of Peet's Coffee. They later upgraded to a two-group La Marzocco Linea and Caffé Vita beans (making it one of the few places in the entire Bay Area we've seen to offer them). In a blow to regional roaster diversity, in 2013 they announced they couldn't keep up with the import costs from Seattle and were switching to Blue Bottle Coffee and Stumptown by 2015 with bags on display clearly three weeks past the roast date, cold brew and nitro on tap, and jacked up prices. Make up your minds! The results were actually quite good with their Peet's setup, but they are even better now. The resulting shot has an even layer of medium brown crema (which was more of a swirl of a thicker layer with Vita beans), and the once-large pour sizes have fortunately become smaller. It is still sadly served primarily in paper cups, but the shot is served short and potent in the cup with a body to match and a flavor of brighter fruit. (Brown ACF cups are no longer available for cappuccino-sized drinks.) The staff may not seem overly comfortable in their coffee-making, but the results deliver. Milk-frothing here is not only decent, but once when combined with the milk-friendlier Vita roasts of before, the cappuccino flavor here beat out the ones poured at the nearby Ritual (even if Ritual's foam was more smoothly integrated into the cup). Since the switch to Blue Bottle, the milk-espresso contrast is less dramatic. And with Stumptown the cappuccino has become overly milky.