The Spamwise Chronicles

San Francisco Snapshots

I’m sure you can guess where I’ve been for the past couple of weeks. 😉

Clicking on any of the tiles in the mosaic below will bring up a slideshow of high-resolution photographs. Some are photos from the Ferry Building farmers’ market and others are from the beaches near Fort Funston. Most of the remainder from the following restaurants (listed in no particular order):

Alta
1420 Market Street (Fell Street)
Civic Center

Schroeder’s
240 Front Street (Sacramento Street)
Financial District

Starbelly
3583 16th Street (Pond Street)
The Castro

Hearth Coffee
3985 17th Street (Castro Street)

Pampanguena Cuisine
4441 Mission Street (Cotter Street)
Excelsior

Mission Chinese Food
2234 Mission Street (18th Street)
Mission District

Craftsman and Wolves
746 Valencia Street (18th Street)

Udupi Palace
1007 Valencia Street (21st Street)
Mission District

Stay tuned for more adventures in the City by the Bay later this year.

This entry was published on February 9, 2015 at 3:27 am. It’s filed under American cuisine, California, food photography, photography, San Francisco, winter and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “San Francisco Snapshots

  1. Beautiful pictures. I really love the layout and look of your blog. I am only about a week into my blogging journey and would love any feedback you would be willing to provide- now matter how honest! Thanks!

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