āina, San Francisco

Went here for brunch with an out-of-town friend.   Hibiscus ginger lemonade.   St. Frank drip coffee.   Malasadas: Portuguese style doughnuts with guava custard. I liked it, but I didn't expect a doughnut as an appetizer.   Spam Musubi, with boston bibb lettuce, Stone Valley Farms whole hog spam, kimchi, short grain rice, and … Continue reading āina, San Francisco


The Mill, San Francisco

Took a break from my burger crawl at this place. From the outside, it isn't really clear what is inside. Could be food. Or not.   Community table.   The essence of this shop: coffee and bread.   Got an iced coffee. It was good.   Got the raisin bread with butter, cinnamon sugar, and … Continue reading The Mill, San Francisco

Jane on Fillmore, San Francisco

Went here for some coffee.   Next time I go I'll try some food! Jane on Fillmore 2123 Fillmore St San Francisco, CA 94115 http://www.itsjane.com


Emmy’s Spaghetti Shack, San Francisco

The shortest restaurant lines in San Francisco occur during rainy weather. This place is at the southern end of the Mission near Bernal Heights.   Non-alcohol cranberry & soda.   The meal started with some carbs. I should have known.   Garlic bread with cheese.   Emmy's Famous Spaghetti and Meatballs w classic marinara, 3 … Continue reading Emmy’s Spaghetti Shack, San Francisco


Voyageur du Temps, Los Altos

Went here on recommendation from a trusted foodie friend. Looks nice outside.   Looks nice inside too.   The breakfast is good!   I enjoyed their latte, but I think the french press is better. Forgot to take a photo of it.   Of course, all the baked goods are solid.   I ended up … Continue reading Voyageur du Temps, Los Altos