I had dinner last night at Nopalito. The food was delicious, the ambiance lively yet quaint. The quesadilla primavera was very fresh, full of seasonal veggies and cheese. Dinner was finished with their signature popsicles, I chose coffee. I highly recommend experiencing the wonders of Nopalito!
Top 5 To Do's in Golden Gate Park
Top five things to do in GGP: Beers and Disc Golf at Marx Meadow Friday morning tea at the Japanese Tea Garden Botanical Gardens RC boat races Sunday roller skate jam on JFK Posted from: ??? I don’t know because you didn’t send your name. ???
SF Has Tall Buildings
Ok. you be the judge, which one is taller?
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Hidden Treasure in Muir Beach
Although I personally am not a horse person, I am surrounded by dear friends who are. Muir beach is home to the Golden Gate Dairy Stables which is home to Ocean Riders. For the past few weeks I have been building their website via wordpress. It’s a great project and an even better place to visit in real life. I recommend hiking out there, stopping at the Pelican Inn and drinking a cold glass...
wiseash asked: how long have you been in san fran? what do you love about it? we're looking to make the move to the west coast in the next year or two, and san francisco is currently our #1 choice since it functions like a city (unlike l.a., and more like nyc) plus gives access to surfing, snowboarding, etc. thoughts? I like to get feedback from current residents! and your pics are pretty enticing :)
San Franciscan's Who Brunch
The Prettiest Tree Near SF
Barrel Tasting in Sonoma
One of the best things about SF it’s glorious proximity to the wine country. Today was a World of Wine outing up to Sonoma for some Barrel Tasting. The future looks bright! Wineries on the Agenda: Benovia Woodenhead Balletto Taft Street Graton Ridge D’Argenzio Harvest Moon Sunce
Arguably the Best SF Coffee
Blue Bottle = Yum = Need I say more?
A's Test for a "Good" Bar
There are two tests, that together, determine whether or not a bar is a “Good” bar. Can you guess what they are? Still thinking? Well, let me enlighten you. 1. A “Good” bar always, always, always, has hooks under the bar. Not just one hook every four feet, but one hook for every pair (at least.) These are the bars that really know their customers will drink more if they...
The Best Yoga in SF
I have been “practicing” yoga for nearly fifteen years. Hard to believe! But when yoga first started breaking into mainstream culture I was in high school here in the Bay Area, working at a dance studio. I started taking classes, and needless to say, it resonated with me, and I still love it. San Francisco has a bunch of great yoga studios. My favorite, though is the YogaTree -...
Sunny and Hailing
Breakfast in Sausalito
The Lighthouse Coffee Shop is a darling place to get breakfast in Sausalito. Home to a Danish owner, on the menu you will find the usual breakfast items, and the not so usual Danish items. It’s a fun little place, and the food is pretty good! One every thing pancake - blueberries, raspberries, bananas. Two fried eggs, over medium, sausage, potatoes, and sourdough toast.
Farmers Market Rainbow
The best farmers market in the Bay Area is the Marin Sunday Market. On my weekend in Marin, I joined my family on their regular Sunday morning outing to San Rafael. This market has the best produce, flowers, seafood, and a variety of other treats. Here is a collection of colorful shots from my day.
The Cutest House in the World
When I have a house of my own, this is how I want it to look! I spent the weekend house-sitting for a friend. I just love this place. It’s the cutest house in the world.
Saturday in Tennessee Valley
One of the hidden treasures of the Bay Area, just north of SF, is a little zone called Tennessee Valley. Technically Tennessee Valley is in Tam Valley, which is practically Mill Valley. Anyway, today I headed out to the trail, threw on my sneakers, and headed down to the beach. The trail was filled with families and people of all ages enjoying this beautiful March day. Even a local bobcat came...
March in SF
According to SanFrancisco.com, “March, April and May are some of the most inviting months to visit San Francisco. Characteristically cloudless and mild, some of the warmest and driest days of the year occur in San Francisco’s spring months, making San Francisco’s springtime noticeably free from the spring showers that moisten other parts of the United States.” This is very...