California Adventure: SF Eats

You will leave San Francisco will a full stomach, huge smile and wishing you had on elastic pants. The food scene here is as vibrant as their culture with each nook and cranny of the city offering tasty, local eats.

Continuing my SF adventure by sharing some of my San Francisco Eats.


Lands End  » Cliff House

My SF adventure started with a glass of Pinot Noir at the Cliff House with two college friends. Our conversations were accompanied by delicious crab cakes, salmon and a personal dessert. Couldn’t have asked for a better start to my SF (food) tour.






Lower Pac Heights  » Roam Artisan Burgers
I just so happened to stumble into Roam during a torrential down pour. Luckily I picked the right spot as I ordered a burger, French & Fries style: truffle parmesan fries, gruyere, avocado, caramelized onions, watercress and dijon mustard…. which was inhaled within 30 seconds.

Roam Artisan Burgers


Cow Hollow  » Juice Shop
After my first Soul Cycle experience we stopped at the cutest little place: Juice Shop. While enjoying their Deep Green juice, I learned a little bit about how they came about – what a cool story.

Juice Shop 2

Juice Shop


The Mission District  » Gracias Madre

Thanks to my friend Sam (college friend + who I declare a SF food connoisseur), I went to my first vegan restaurant: Gracias Madre. Let’s just say I’m excited to go back.

Gracias Madre 2

Gracias Madre 1


The Mission District  » El Techo

Roof top bar + delicious drinks = best way to end the night.

El Techo

Financial District  » Yank Sing
Dim sum = so delicious.

Yank Sing


Financial District  » Ghirardelli Chocolate

…because chocolate.


Another place to go is Sugarfina – thankfully, SF, I’ll be back!

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