Now that there is a Shelter in Place order in California, and eating out is not an option for now, I thought that this is the best time for me to catch up on posting past dining experiences. It will be a great time to reminisce about delicious dining memories and remember that the crisis is going to over one day. Then we will be able to share a meal and enjoy delicious drinks with our friends and loved ones once again.Continue reading “Oakland | Cholita Linda”
For my birthday this year, I was really not in the mood to celebrate. I am very grateful for another year of life with my family and friends, and all the blessings that are given to me each day.Continue reading “San francisco | birthday drinks at executive order bar & lounge”
I was in Nashville, Tennessee, for a spell. I only had one day for exploring while the next day was a full work day until I flew back to San Francisco the following morning.Continue reading “Nashville, tennessee | “best sandwich in america” at biscuit love”
Saucy Oakland was one of those unexpected finds. The place is the size of a postage stamp. It seats about 20 people. When Mr Sweetie and I walked in, the place was filled with googly-eyed couples. They were obviously very much on date night mode. Who could blame them? The place was set to mood lighting that sets the tone for romantic dinner.Continue reading “Oakland | asian-inspired eats at saucy”
NOTE: MARKET BAR IS TO CLOSE ON APRIL 26, 2020 AFTER 17 YEARS OF BEING IN BUSINESS.
Restaurant Week in San Francisco brings sunshine to the dreary winter weather after the holiday festivities are over. BFF and I eagerly await Restaurant Week every January. We have been going for years. In fact, she told me that this has been our 11th year with Restaurant Week this year. During Restaurant Week, participating restaurants provide a prix fixe menu at discounted prices in order to entice customers to try their offerings.Continue reading “San francisco restaurant week 2020 | market bar”