Yesterday was Lynda’s last day in the city, so we made sure she tried Tartine Bakery — one of my favorite San Francisco spots — before she left. It’s always better to hit this place on a weekday, so you don’t stand in a crazy line and fight people for seats.
Since I’m here, I had to visit the good people at LiveFyre. If you haven’t noticed, they are the ones who power the functionality for the comments on our blogs. They’re a startup, Nonstop is a startup, so it’s a pretty good match. In addition to a yummy lunch and a grand tour of the LiveFyre office, Jordan gave me some more dining tips. I don’t know if I can do them all this trip, but will try to do it when I return next May.
I want you guys to know that I’m not just eating, though! I did shop for a few hours after I left the LiveFyre crew, until my feet died. Then I headed to Flour + Water to have dinner with less guilt. Here are yesterday’s highlights:
One last note, I had to take a video of this street performer on my way back to my hotel. He hauled a full-on piano to the street corner! Anyone who puts in that much effort gets money from me. I wanted to ask him what his story was, but he wouldn’t stop playing.
Next up: Visiting my cousin in Sunnyvale (this one may not be very exciting).
My recent blog posts:
Eating my way around San Francisco
The San Francisco Nike Women’s Marathon
San Francisco: One of my fave ways to chill
What’s hot in San Francisco: Off The Grid
San Francisco, Day 2
San Francisco, Day 1
Backstage at Cirque Alegria
California, here I come!
The Good Table 2010
Magnolia to Open at Kahala Mall
High tea and a merry un-birthday
Autumn Harvest Dinner at Roy’s
Dinner at Ming’s
Teilor-made for Hawaii Five-0
My weekend of unusual structures
The social side of social media
Not your typical school lunch