Wednesday, March 16, 2011

San Francisco: Day Two, Part Two

Picking up from the previous post, we resume at the Japanese Tea Garden. It's a beautiful little area located within a big city. I'm glad we went, but I have to admit I was expecting a bit more.


Our next stop - Twin Peaks. The view of the city is priceless from this location. You can see for miles. Cold up there, but gorgeous!


To warm up, we got some crapes and warmed up with an espresso. Check out the flaming crepe!


We finished the day up with a classy meal at Radius in SOMA (good enough food, modern atmosphere, high prices, OK experience) and drinks at Rickhouse (super cool atmosphere with a throwback to times past, live classic rock music, moderate prices, lots of fun!).

I'll do another post tomorrow featuring my trip to the Golden Gate Bridge!

15 comments:

Diana Mieczan said...

So beautiful. The garden looks so relaxing and the blooms melted my heart! Have a lovely day, darling
Kisses

Ps: I’m hosting a cool Loop GIVEAWAY later today! Hope you’ll join in:)

Couture Carrie said...

Gorgeous photos, darling!
What fun!

xoxox,
CC

Mel said...

Um, that crepe looks delish!!

Krystal said...

all of your food from this trip is making me jealous, I think it's time to go start dinner..

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking said...

Oh I really enjoyed reading these posts on San Francisco. I love going there. You never run out of things to do and see in that city!Look forward to reading your post on The Golden Gate.

OceanDreams said...

how much fun and that salmon looks amazing! glad you had a nice time. ;)

Katy Mary said...

Great pictures, I need to get to SF since my bestie lives out there now. Great view of the bridge from the Twin Peaks. How on earth do you eat a flaming crepe??

Claire Kiefer said...

Oh I love seeing all these pics, and you look beautiful! Did you see Stow Lake while you were in Golden Gate Park? It's not far from the tea gardens and it's my favorite part of the park, I think. So incredibly peaceful and hidden away. It's amazing what you can find in GGP (including buffalo). :) And I'm thrilled you made it to the top of Twin Peaks, cause it really is the most spectacular view in the city. So much more to do though, so you're really gonna have to schedule another trip soon!

Jules said...

The Japanese Tea Garden seriously looks like something right out of Japan and the cherry blossoms are beautiful.

That flaming crape looks amazing and Rickhouse sounds like a blast!

Josie said...

That crepe looks amazing, and that garden is stunning!
xo Josie
http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

Style, She Wrote said...

I have always wanted to visit San Francisco and your post makes me want to go that much more!! Love the beautiful garden and that food looks super yummy. xo style, she wrote

Katie said...

Everything looks great!

yiqin; said...

So jealous of you now!

Audrey Allure said...

Lovely photos! That flaming crepe looks good!

Stephanie said...

The garden looks stunning! My favorite places are gardens as they are so relaxing and peaceful.

Eternally yours,
Stephanie