Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Equator Coffees heads south into Burlingame on the Bay Trail

Need a bit of java to fuel your bayshore running or cycling?

Equator coffee First marched south of San Francisco and Oakland, and opened the Peninsula Café in Burlingame near the Bay Trail.

The cafe started brewing at Burlingame Point this week, an 18-acre office complex located east of Highway 101. Nearby are Fisherman’s Park, San Francisco International Airport and trails through the Bay Area.

Earlier this summer, Equator moved into another Bayside property-Round House in San Francisco, which is an Art Deco style building with views of the Golden Gate Bridge.

In addition to pouring coffee, filter coffee, cappuccino and cortado, Equator also offers a variety of specialty drinks. Habibi Latte mixes steamed milk and two cups of espresso with orange blossom, cardamom, cloves and vanilla syrup. For Shakerato, shake two cups of espresso, heavy cream and dark brown sugar until foaming; there are also chocolate and matcha variations. Go to SFO? Red Eye adds two cups of espresso to the filter coffee.

The Burlingame food menu includes breakfast omelette sandwiches, avocado toast and banana toast (all made with Rustic Bakery’s flax sunflower yeast), fresh blueberry waffles and almond butter banana waffles. The Midwife and the Baker at Mountain View serves croissants and other baked goods.

Equator, owned by women and LGBTQ, was founded in 1995 in a garage in Marin County by Brooke MacDonald and Helen Russell, who still hold administrative positions.

Details: Open daily, 7 am to 2 pm on weekdays and 8 am to 2 pm on weekends, at 312 Airport Blvd., Burlingame.

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