San Francisco food part 1: Tweeting up

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One of the best things about traveling is the people that you meet along the way. Some of them are brand new friends, some of them are friends that you’ve known online that you’ve never met IRL. Here are a few of the people and places I got to see while in San Francisco … all focused on food, of course.

Goody Goodie

If you find yourself South of Market, make sure you visit Hawaii girls Remi and Mary, who own Goody Goodie (@Goodycream). They are best known for their fabulous deluxe cookies—some with kettle corn!—but their spot is great for eating in, too.

Goody Goodie
1830 Harrison St.
808-554-6464 (note the 808 area code)
http://www.goodygoodie.com

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11 comments
CindySJ
CindySJ

My favs from this post: waffles, steak and ravioli. Yum!!!

Mariko
Mariko

That flatbread looked great. I need to spend some more time eating in SF.

mjc_808
mjc_808

Great post! I love burrata too! I was in San Francisco last month and noticed it was on the menu at every restaurant I dined at and ordered it everytime!

turkfontaine
turkfontaine

oh, and one more thing: YOU NEVER CALL !!!!

turkfontaine
turkfontaine

ps. i have an 808 phone too. when i left the T-Mo store in SD one day the service clerk said 'Mahalo'.

turkfontaine
turkfontaine

a nice roundup of easy to get to places. a great thing about SF, whatever neighborhood you need to go to for whatever reason there's no problem finding lunch.

Melissa808
Melissa808 moderator

@CindySJ I had to run out today so I couldn't post part 2. So I guess that's tomorrow!

Melissa808
Melissa808 moderator

@mjc_808 thank you! I know...it's hard to get here because the freshness factor is so important. I look forward to mainland trips just so I can eat it!