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Mazarine has some of the prettiest avocado toast around, plus nice-looking espresso drinks, and a super large space to get work done. Also actually important is the fact that this Financial District spot on Market Street has an almost ridiculous number of outlets. Just bring your internet with you (no wifi here), or work on something you don’t need your browser for.

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