The Spamwise Chronicles

San Francisco Snapshots

I’m just getting around to posting these pix.

I was on vacation in January and the early part of February, during which I visited B’s parents in Austin, TX, and spent a week with B in the City by the Bay.

city hall

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buddha's hands

pasta

transamerica

chocolate

alcatraz

pot de creme

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hijiki

cable cars

specials

crab cakes

delores

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One of these days I’ll have to try an In-and-Out burger. They’re supposed to be better than your typical fast food place.

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grotto

noe

seafood

$32 seems like a bit much for a bowl of seafood soup, no?

seal

seals

sign

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apporach

bay bridge

chez panisse

We had a romantic brunch at Chez Panisse.

Chez Panisse
1517 Shattuck Avenue (Vine Street)
Berkeley, California

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menu2

muir1

cake

cauliflower

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There’ll be a few more trips later this year. Stay tuned….


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This entry was published on March 18, 2014 at 12:09 pm. It’s filed under Alice Waters, American cuisine, California, food, food photography, LGBT, photography, San Francisco, winter and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

5 thoughts on “San Francisco Snapshots

  1. Aahh…a lovely tour of one of my favorite cities! Thanks for sharing your great photos 🙂
    [And yes, $32 for soup seems quite high indeed, even if it is seafood!]

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