Cafe Bassam (Reported Closed)

3088 Fifth Ave San DiegoCA92101
Open
Sunday
8:00am-1:30am
Monday
8:00am-1:30am
Tuesday
8:00am-1:30am
Wednesday
8:00am-1:30am
Thursday
8:00am-1:30am
Friday
8:00am-1:30am
Saturday
8:00am-1:30am
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club
Average Rating
4.5
Total Reviews
(82)
Recommended 0
Not Recommended 0
Average Rating Over Time
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Description

Cafe Bassam is located at 401 Market St, San Diego, CA. This location is in the Gaslamp neighborhood. This business specializes in Art Galleries.
by merchantcircle on March 03, 2016 from merchantcircle

Tips

Where To Sit:
Grab a table by the window and enjoy people-watching as you sip your latte.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch
The Extras:
The owner, instantly recognizable in his trademark fedora, often treats regulars to complimentary wine or a sample of his fresh-baked pastries.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Member Reviews

Best Coffee Shop:
The first time I came here I got White chai and it was incredible. The atmosphere invites long conversations. I also tried the iced coffee and a walnut pesto panini. The staff was very kind and the coffee was some of the best that I found in San Diego.
by jenifferhaylecasey on November 23, 2015

Editorial Reviews

Light up indoors at this Gaslamp espresso bar and smoke shop that serves up coffee and tea with a side of antiques.:
In Short
A far cry from the stark atmosphere at most modern coffeehouses, this European inspired café is crammed floor to ceiling with knick-knacks, paintings, vintage vases, and...
by by Amanda Knoles at Citysearch on June 30, 2008 from Citysearch

Information from the business

barleymash, San Diego, CA. 12,842 likes · 194 talking about this · 121,573 were here. For a good time, head to the corner of 5th & Market
by facebook on September 18, 2019 from facebook
LOCATED IN THE HEART OF SAN DIEGO'S GASLAMP DISTRICT, barleymash is the fun, high-energy downtown restaurant and bar that celebrates the richness of American culture through its appetizing and progressive bar fare. Both the restaurant philosophy and menu offerings draw heavily from two barroom staples: beer and bourbon. The name, in fact, refers to the typical grain mixture used in the brewing...
by cityvoter on June 22, 2017 from cityvoter
bar/restaurant
by yellowpages on March 02, 2017 from yellowpages