|This Sightglass location was announced in 2015, in the middle of SFMOMA's three-year hiatus while being expanded into the largest modern art museum in America. It opened with the museum in May 2016, inhabiting a modern, open air space among photography and interactive exhibits on the third floor. The space employs blonde wood and a sleek, minimalist design and is surrounded by modern sofas, small caf� tables, and video art installations. A line forms away from the service counter to allow pedestrians to pass through, and behind the counter there are dueling two-group Kees van der Westen Spirit machines and bags and bags of Sightglass coffee. For retail sale they also sell their roasted coffee, over-packaged and in a reduced-size (8-oz). Other than some pastries, it's largely about the coffee service here. They pull shots with a complex medium-brown mottled crema of lighter thickness. It has the flavor of mild spices, some acidic brightness of lemon peel, wood, and some limited cherry fruit but yet it's not the stereotypical Sightglass brightness bomb you'd expect. Served two-sips short in logo porcelain cups with a glass of sparkling water on the side.