There are so many wonderful places to eat in San Francisco that I often wish I was a bottomless pit. As I’m not, I’ve devised a strategy that works well for me. It involves my husband Richard. He eats, I taste. It’s perfect. Here are a few of the places in San Francisco I tasted today.
Plow in Potreo Hill serves up breakfast and brunch to happy diners. If you go on Sundays, be prepared to queue up. There’s always a line thats worth waiting in.
Named one of the coolest coffeehouses in the country by Travel + Leisure magazine, Four Barrel roasts their own beans in this vintage German roaster.
Handcrafted ice-cream with flavors such as Toasted Coconut, Roasted Banana, and Orange Cardamon, make Bi-Rite a San Fran favorite.
“We make all of our ice cream by hand, in small batches, on 18th Street. In the bakery adjoining our ice cream kitchen we make everything that goes into our ice cream, whether it’s brownies, peanut brittle, marshmallows, or the snickerdoodles for ricanelas! We have lots of homemade toppings to jazz up your ice cream including almond toffee, graham crackers, and spiced pecans to name just a few of the most popular (and don’t forget to ask for our decadent homemade hot fudge to top it off!)”
“Straus Family Creamery, only 45 miles away, delivers all of the organic milk, cream and eggs for our recipes. Our salted caramel, roasted banana, honey lavender, and other flavors draw lines that wrap around the block!”
To be continued…