the mill


we’re at 736 Divisadero between Fulton & Grove, right around the corner from Alamo Square Park, and we’re open 7 days a week, from 7am-9pm. waltz right in and grab a loaf whenever you like.


hope to catch ya soon sweeties.

*photos on this page by Jorge Novoa, Werehaus

17 comments on “the mill

  1. kristen says:

    Oh goodie! I’ve been missing your amazing bread. So glad you’re full of success. Will be at Bi-Rite tonight for some black pepper parm!

  2. Reno says:

    any chance of a gluten free option?

  3. Baadwolf says:

    Your bread is so good that I cannot help myself!
    I am officially a GLUTEN addict! –this is all your fault:
    mwah, ha, ha,ha,ha…

  4. griff says:

    Is that intentional. No address? As in, if you have to ask how much it is, you can’t afford it? Or just an oversight?

    • hmm, not sure what the connection is between our address and how much the bread costs, but anyhoo here’s both bits of info, just in case: we’re at 736 Divisadero, and the bread is $6 per loaf. hope that clears things up for ya buddy.

    • griff says:

      Disclaimer: Josey just very generously emailed me back to the post above with the address and the price of the bread. Amazingly generous. If I could, I would delete the above comment as what I wrote is unclear. What I mean to say it, POST THE ADDRESS SO I KNOW WHERE TO BUY ALL THE BREAD THAT WILL FIT INTO MY BACKPACK ON MY BIKE HOME!!!!!

  5. Emilse P. Beck says:

    You make me laugh! I can tell you are very funny guy and I like how you communicate with the people through this blog!

  6. Jeannette says:

    Can’t wait to try your bread! I’m from Germany originally and been missing real good bread, so will come around tomorrow to try it out, yay! 🙂 Feel better!!!!!!

  7. Rob M RN says:

    do you ship bread and pasteries and other goodies you make? I live in Seattle..

  8. R. zurkan says:

    Couldn’t you see your way clear to distributing your bread farther south–like SLO county? Especially the dark rye.

  9. Amanda Leto says:

    I must come! After trying local markets, and shelf bread, I finally despaired, and began searching for Best Sourdough in San Francisco, and guess who came up. I was on the verge of ordering from Poulaine, in Paris. I just moved to Twin Peaks. I am going to stop by on the way home from church, this Sunday, which is on Van Ness and Sacramento. Practically on the way, so I think there may be a major spike in my bread bill. Fortunately, there are a lot of steps by my apartment. Yeay!

    • Amanda Leto says:

      OK…I went to The Mill, today, on the way home from my new flat. I went home to my old place, and first thing, sliced off the end of the loaf of Wonder Bread, and toasted it. I put butter on it, and tried it. I was a little apprehensive, because it looked like the loaves I used to make at home. I thought, “is this really sourdough?”

      My brain melted. It is sooooooooo good. Yes, very definitely sourdough. My original quest was to find the best sourdough bread in San Francisco. I will evaluate this the way Liszt did, when he talked about Camille Saint-Saens: “He may not be the greatest composer in the world, but I know of none better.” Same with this. There is no reason to keep looking. I’ll very definitely be back. Repeatedly. Boy, am I glad I have to climb lots of stairs at my new flat.

  10. Sarah says:

    Dude, I’ve been stalking your breads on Instagram for a while now…and planning on making a trip from Brooklyn to the West Coast next weekend. Pretty excited to try your bread!

  11. Debbie says:

    I can’t wait to try your bread. All of them looks amazing. I’m going to make a big pot of coq au vin. Which bread should I get to go with it??

  12. Just read in the newspaper in germany a story about your bakery and your friend josef wagner.
    sfo in february14 – I will drop in – good luck from schliersee, Andrea

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