Little known fact to those who haven’t visited SF: San Francisco is not the quintessential hot and sunny California you may imagine or see on a post card. It often looks like this: cold and foggy, but beautiful nonetheless. Even more than its beauty, though, I love getting to catch up with friends and family in the City by the Bay.
Girliest drinks ever, from left to right: Mai Tai, Coconut, Prickly Pear Mimosa, Aperol Prosecco Spritz. If I were to go back, I’d definitely get the coconut and / or the prickly pear mimosa again!
Huevos Ranchers, with scrambled farm eggs, black bean puree, crispy tortilla, queso fresco, mojo rojo, and mojo verde. Yum!
I got the Steamed Kalua Pork, with sweet potato, green onion, tomatillo salsa verde, slow cooked eggs, and pork jus. It was so delicious and hearty, and a tad spicy for me but I’m sensitive to spicy foods.
I love the ambiance here! The ceiling is a giant skylight looking up to a palm tree and a colorful Victorian home which San Francisco is so known for.
After brunch, we strolled across the street to Sephora and around the Marina. We then took a 10 minute drive to the base of the Golden Gate Bridge and Fort Point. It was chilly, windy, foggy and perfectly San Francisco.
Be sure to check out my A to Z alphabet dining challenge in San Francisco!
Comment Challenge: How do you catch up with friends when you’re back home?