Foodie Artsy San Francisco

Here are a few pics from my food and art-filled San Francisco expedition over the July 4th weekend! Our main goal was to hit as many eateries as possible as our stomachs could hold! San Francisco being a foodie’s paradise, it was definitely worth the short stay. I also had set my own personal objective to explore parts of the city I had never set foot in with my camera in tow. Some of the places we checked out were Philz Coffee (they put mint leaves in many of their yummy drinks!), Tartine Bakery, Craftman & Wolves, Fisherman’s Wharf, and a few other eateries I don’t have pictures of (like Foreign Cinema and a bakery that sold cronuts to die for!). That’s a lot to squeeze in a couple of days! Luckily for my camera, there were tons of points of interest to take photos of throughout the wonderful neighborhoods. There was so much art everywhere we went. Not so lucky was my failure to use a smaller aperture when taking landscape/cityscape shots. So, here are the best of the bunch. Hope you enjoy!

Philz Coffee

Philz Coffee mural

San Francisco post office

San Francisco Latin Quarter

San Francisco church

Tartine pastries

Tartine Croissant

Craftsman & Wolves San Francisco

Craftsman & Wolves strawberry tarts

San Francisco Mission mural

San Francisco Mission street art

San Francisco park

Fisherman's Wharf Eat Crab sign

Fisherman's Wharf crabs

Fisherman's Wharf seafood vendor

Britex Fabric Store San Francisco

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3 Responses to "Foodie Artsy San Francisco"

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  1. Rachel Chew

    July 14, 2014 at 6:41 PM

    Susan, you make me miss SF so much! I Love that city…sigh…thanks for sharing!

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  2. Mark

    July 16, 2014 at 8:24 AM

    Hey Susan…I have to say “ditto” to what Rachel said! Makes me realize we need to do a Bay Area road trip as a family soon. Anyway, thanks for all the art and food photos…you have such a creative eye for pictures! Your pics always make me smile a little more, and make the world seem just a bit brighter and friendlier. Thanks for the soul recharge that your blogs always bring!

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  3. Mel L.

    August 11, 2014 at 2:09 PM

    I went over your other pictures and saw the picture of Washington Sq in SF. This is the neighborhood where I grew up and today, you can find hundreds of elderly Chinese ladies doing their Tai Chi in the morning hrs.

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