Cafe Strada: This is off the chief drag, but significant finding for its coffee and corrupt pastries. It also has a pleasing open-air sitting room part directly on the turn. Their other cafe at 2437 Bancroft Avenue serves sandwiches too.
Cafe Milano: A roomy central constructs a just right corner for munching on a sandwich while grabbing up on studying or letter-writing.
The Musical Offering Café: Prints beautify the white walls, the wooden tables and chairs are good-looking and the coffee outstanding. The traditional melody store at the back plays its favorites all day, making this a pleasurable rest to have to while absent your time, reading or talking.
Unicorn: Telegraph Avenue dining moved up several levels when the Unicorn came on the scene. But the low prices and the vegetarian-friendly fare at this little jewel box bistro show that the proprietors know full well where it is that they've set up shop.