San Francisco Food Photo Diary
Flying from New Zealand to the east coast of the United States can amount to 25+ hours of travel. So I could not resist a stopover in San Francisco for three nights. My first visit to this colorful quirky city left me positive that it would not be my last. The first full day there included a typical walk along the Embarcadero, a drive over the famous Golden Gate Bridge, and a sunset picnic in Alamo Park by the Painted Ladies. The evening finished off at an awesome bar/art gallery where dancing was a must and I enjoyed some novel cheap American beer!
Day two was reserved for eating. In between visiting the MoMa, wandering around Haight-Ashbury, and falling in love with all of the houses between the Panhandle and Soma, we ate everything. Tasting the different foods that San Francisco has to offer is significantly easier with another person!
What can I say? When you only have a short time in a beautiful city full of quirky neighborhoods and endless eats, you need to try a little bit of everything. Plus, I love food. I definitely recommend all of the places I stumbled upon in this city–particularly Slice House and Gallery Cafe. Many people I have met in different parts of the world have expressed to me that Americans make terrible food or that we know nothing about good food. I simply don’t see how any one who actually visits this country could ever think that when we are influenced by nearly every single culture and country in the entire world!
What do you think? Have you ever been to San Francisco?