san francisco blog posts
Here is what to order at Philz on the weekend for a sweet special treat. Walk up to the counter and say "iced tesora medium plus sweet & creamy."
Roses' Taproom is a new brewery and taproom that is ......... PINK! Located on Telegraph Ave in the up and coming area of Temescal area of Oakland, Roses' is a great spot for a pre-dinner drink.
Ok, besides our family dogs growing up and Nala, this may be my favorite dog I've ever met.
I met this cutie in Dolores Park in 2013. I thought I wrote down her owner's email address correctly, but either he is frightened of me or I missed a letter, because he has not responded to my requests to hang with this dog again or connect with his breeder.
Can you believe the Summer of Love was already 50 years ago?
The de Young Museum in Golden Gate Park is hosting a special exhibit to celebrate the summer of 1967. So much history in SF that summer!
Look at this face! I love a big furry lazy dog. I saw this cutie while walking around the Marina. He was so chill, he barely moved. Not sure who his owners are-I was tempted to bring him home! So cute.
It's that time of year again! May, sunshine, springtime, and the SF Decorator Showcase.
If you don't live in SF, you probably have something similar in your town. Once a year, they choose a home and choose the top decorators in the area to each design one room
I noticed this thing on a walk.......interesting, huh? Gotta love SF!
Jane is a great coffee shop/restaurant in Pac Heights in SF. People go here for a cozy lunch with a friend or to do some work in the morning. Sit downstairs in the hustle & bustle or.....
Acai bowls. A healthy breakfast or snack.
I met my friend Lauren at Basik Cafe for an afternoon snack on a rainy day. This spot on Polk Street in Russian Hill is good! Plan on waiting in line. We even saw a beautiful Bernese Mountain dog out front, which is always a good sign!
There's something about this paint color that I like. It's almost purple, but also a grey. I noticed it while on a walk the other day.
How about something nice for the home?
Also from SF area companies: Hudson Grace, Nuraxi, and Serena & Lily.
How about a bag from a local SF company?
Cuyana promotes fewer, better things.
Our favorite coat designer, Lan Jaenicke. Also local to SF. I met Lan 3 years ago through the Edgewood fundraiser. Most of my friends have since purchased one of her beautiful cashmere coats. They are an investment, but most people are planning to buy a second or a third.
I noticed this on a walk in the morning.