food for thought: hooker’s sweet treats.
by victoria comment


recently i met some friends for coffee at a fairly new spot tucked away just below nob hill in the tenderloin. i did not know however, when i was headed to hooker’s that is was that hooker’shooker’s sweet treats! i’d been a huge (make that ‘crazed’) fan of hooker’s salted caramels for a long while, and whenever friends are in town, i usually insist we pop over to bi-rite market to try them. but now, now i know that hooker’s has it’s very own adorable and vintage-inspired little cafe up on hyde street, so i’ll probably need to take them there, too. here’s a peek…such a cute spot to sit and sip. and eat hooker’s sweet treats!

• all photos © sfgirlbybay.

33 responses to “food for thought: hooker’s sweet treats.”

  1. Ummm amazing! So much good stuff has opened up in the Bay since I left, it makes me extra homesick.

    Also, was just at Blue Bottle in Jack London Square last weekend, and spied the same amazing bar stools. They’re so science-class-chic and they made me want a kitchen island, just so I could get a set. How’s that for priorities?

  2. such an adorable place in such an unassuming spot!
    i love exploring the shops between nob hill and the tenderloin.
    they have some of the greatest mixes of grit and spunk.
    thanks for the preview — i’ll definitely be visiting.

  3. Oh my word! I’ve heard of Hooker’s and now, after seeing these images, know how much I’m missing! This place looks right up my alley in almost every way imaginable! Love it! Noted on my SFO list for next time, Victoria! :)

  4. I’ve been buying those caramels forever! They should really put a card for their location on the jar at the check out line….I would have been there much sooner!

  5. OMG OMG OMG we had latte’s and Cheddar biscuits for breakfast which were really good and then the caramels! The 3rd nut caramels were to die for. We only brought back 2 boxes to NYC and when I found out my husband gave one away….well lets just say that anyone who has tasted these would understand that was grounds for divorce!

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