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Cafe Jacqueline and the Art of the Soufflé

By Phoebe Rubin

In San Francisco’s North Beach neighborhood — where you can still feel the pulse of film noir scenes from the 1940s, and then the Beat Generation in the 1960s — Cafe Jacqueline remains the only restaurant in the U.S. dedicated entirely to the art of the soufflè.

Presented by Craftsmanship Quarterly

Produced by Phoebe Rubin

Videography by Erica Tanamachi

Directed by Phoebe Rubin

Edited by Erica Tanamachi

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