Taking on San Francisco
Last month, before the holiday craziness, I visited San Francisco. It was my first and last long ACTUAL vacation of 2018. I got to see all of my dear friends and ate a lot of really great food. I have to add a little bit of emphasis on the food… As soon as I landed and checked in my bags at the hotel, I got in a car to check out La Taqueria. Don’t ask me why, but having a crispy fried burrito from the James Beard award winning restaurant was on my list of things to do before I die (I clearly have to work on my priorities). I’m glad I did.
San Francisco had a lot of amazing people, flavors and hills to offer. The best thing it offered me was the feeling of a small neighborhood throughout a very large city. I was expecting people to be in a rush and constantly stressed thanks to living in one of the most expensive cities in America, but I guess the sunshine distracts people from that because everyone was so lovely!
The Voyager Shop
La Taqueria - I am not kidding when I say that I almost cried eating my burrito. Wtf is wrong with me?
Rintaro - A quick trip to Tokyo!
Petit Crenn - Dominique Crenn’s (has three Michelin stars) offshoot to Atelier Crenn.
Golden Gate Bridge (obviously)
Mission Dolores Park
I just realized I forgot a ton of names of places. This is a good thing… I was caught up in the moment!