Weekend E.A.T. – Prep

Pinhole Coffee

Discovering new coffeeshops are my favorite – like Pinhole Coffee in Bernal Heights

Yumi Yogurt

Shoes

Shoe game on point

Shoes

MOAR shoes. I’m stopping after this..

Credo SF

Enjoying a multi-course lunch at Credo with a gal pal

www.credosf.com

Working

Posted up at Matching Half Cafe

SF

SF, you a babe

MacLaren

Warm SF nights SUnshine house

In T-minus 4 days, I will be on a plane to Paris.

And I can.not.wait.

What did that mean for me this past weekend? Nearly 20 hours spent tying up loose ends for work, enjoying the start of Indian summer (90 degree weather in San Francisco, I’ll take it!), and creating a fire spreadsheet for Paris in which 40 lines are devoted to patisseries alone.

  

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Bloggers in Crime

Shikha la Mode

Shikha la Mode

Shikha la Mode

Shikha la Mode

Shikha la Mode

Shikha la Mode

Shikha la Mode

It’s Friday! Which means it’s T-minus 6 DAYS TIL PARIS ZOMG.

So I’m really bad at taking photos of myself. One, because I think I have a really awkward nose (it kind of pokes out all witch-status like), and two, because food looks so much better.

But part of having this blog is to also show y’all a bit of my personality and who I am when I’m not shoveling down brunch at one of my favorite spots at 8am on a Sunday (totally worth it).

A couple of weeks go, Aimee and I set out to eat aforementioned brunch. As one of my main best friends and blogging partner in crime, Aimee is literally the only person who would do this with me, and I’m pretty sure that is the basis of our friendship – well, that and giant pretzels.

  

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Restaurant Review: Les Clos | SOMA

Les Clos SF SOMA

Les Clos SF SOMA

Les Clos SF SOMA

Les Clos SF SOMA

Les Clos SF SOMA

Les Clos SF SOMA

Les Clos SF SOMA

Les Clos SF SOMA

Les Clos SF SOMA

Les Clos SF SOMA

Les Clos SF SOMA

Les Clos SF SOMA

Les Clos SF SOMA

Les Clos SF SOMA

Les Clos SF SOMA

San Francisco is having a bit of a love affair with French food right now, and frankly, it’s about time. While our haute cuisine boasts a Californian label, its foundations lie firmly in French techniques. (New York is much more forward about its influences, although that could be attributed to its geographic proximity to the country as well as a lack of a defined “New York” style of provisions.)

Les Clos, a brand new café in SOMA only a little over a week old, is carrying the torch in the rejuvenation of French food. It is unabashedly French, inviting you into a cozy atmosphere to dine. The rectangular space hosts a wine cellar, cheese shop, coffee bar, and leather sofa for customers to create the experience they choose.

  

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Weekend E.A.T. – Indian Summer

Inspirational quotes

Balcony lunchesBeyonce Espresso My friend’s espresso machine is named Beyoncé, which makes total sense and also none at all.

Zero Zero Restaurant

Zero Zero Restaurant

Yellowtail sashimi-type dish at Zero Zero – interesting, but not in line with the rest of the menu

 

Zero Zero Restaurant

Pizza lurkin’

Giants AT&T Park

GO Giants!

Mom and daughter

Les Clos Restaurant SF

Sneak peek of an upcoming restaurant review on Les Clos Restaurant

Les Clos Restaurant SF

Old Beetles

Civic Center

Tupac Night

Represent.

Bean Bag Cafe SF

Breakfast burritos from Bean Bag Cafe solve a lot of problems.

Puppy

Dolores Park

 

As September draws to a close, summer in SF arrives with fanfare – outdoor dinners, baseball games, balcony workday lunches, and of course, some Dolo time.

  

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Austin: Where to Eat, Drink, and What to Do

Austin, Texas

Seventh Flag Coffee Austin, Texas

In the last two years, I have gained a considerable group of friends in Austin to the point where a bi-annual visit has become imperative or else I simply miss them too much. And so last weekend, I flew over to the Third Coast for a short, sweet, and bittersweet adventure.

In my previous travels to Austin, TX, the days were hectic, packed with music shows and restaurants and cycling from one end of town to the next. In a nutshell, however, that is the essence of the city – a liberal oasis of creative minds, supportive youth, and tacos. Lots of tacos (I’ll still never forget the taco cannon from SXSW).

  

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