Tuesday, September 01, 2015

Because I'm in love with beets.





Dinner out at Oakhart Social. Beautiful! The beet salad was killer. Love those summer colors.

Saturday, August 29, 2015

Breakfast - farm:table


What cool street seating! 

Toast and Tea and an excellent book. 

Toast close up.

Look at all of those succulents. 

My table.
I so rarely have mornings when I wake up and think: What do I want to eat today? But, one morning in San Fran, I googled "breakfast in San Francisco" or some such thing, and up popped farm:table. Suffice it to say, I struck out across town and was delighted by my experience. The morning was beautiful, the toast was delicious and this gem was nestled into an old barber shop. It's tiny and inconspicuous and awesome.

Friday, August 28, 2015

Thursday, August 20, 2015

Ichi Sushi


I am dreaming of Sushi.

One of my favorite stops in San Francisco was my dinner out at Ichi Sushi. Easily my favorite meal. I have never enjoyed sushi so tender, savory, buttery. It was an incredible gustatory experience. I chose to dine Omakase. My sushi chef was a charismatic man who treated me well. I love a meal that is well guided and exploratory. Excellent. Wishing I was there...









Tuesday, August 11, 2015

#SanFranciscoBound - Sutro Baths 2

Have you ever seen
anything
in your life
more wonderful 
-Mary Oliver, The Sun 

One of my last stops in San Francisco was the Sutro Baths near Land's End. What a beautiful outing.  Sutro baths. Modern day ruins are cool! A failed venture of the early 1900's, the baths rest along the shores near Land's End. Just over the hill from the city, Sutro is amazingly wild. Young boys were screaming in the cold surf, and people wandered the skeletons of walls and pools. Unlike some of the other touristy spots, I didn't mind the people. The baths hold space enough for everyone. 










Monday, August 10, 2015

Sunday, August 09, 2015

#SanFranciscobound - Sutro Baths 1


I go down to the edge of the sea.
How everything shines in the morning light!
- Breakage, Mary Oliver  
 

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