San Francisco food, part 3
As I do with every vacation: I ate a lot in San Francisco. I ate so much, I had a hard time keeping up with the blogs and organizing the meals into distinct categories for easier reading. So to tie up the rest of the loose ends, I’m just throwing everything else that I ate into one mashup of a gallery. High end, pop up, hole-in-the-wall snack, you name it.
There are so many great places to eat in San Francisco, and never enough time to try them all. I could have spent my entire vacation in Hayes Valley, eating somewhere different every day, and have been happy. It’s always so hard to choose which ones to try, and even harder to resist returning to old favorites in the name of trying something new.
Actually, I’m not including everything; for example, I visited Sweet Constructions (@sfcookies) and Brandy Ho’s (@brandyhos), but ended up not capturing good photos. Oh, well, there’s always next time. And there will be a next time.
The first thing I did when I landed was head over to my favorite breakfast/brunch spot, Tartine Bakery. Jason Kim happened to be on the same flight and had a long layover, so he met me there. I would do the same if I had a long layover! Funny, though—usually on weekdays, it’s not crowded, but since so many people were in town for Bay to Breakers, the line went down the street.
600 Guerrero St.