Served on a freshly baked 12″ roll with grilled onions, hot cherry peppers, and provolone. $8.50 V Cafe, San Francisco CA
I’m so glad this place is open late! I was in the SoMa after 2 AM and I really needed something to eat before I made my way back home. Voila, V Cafe just appeared out of nowhere! The cheese steak wasn’t the best but it did its part.
Marinated strips of 100% breast meat, hand breaded twice with the Colonel’s unique blend of seasoning for an extra crispy outside and an extra juicy inside. With mashed potatoes and gravy, biscuit, and Diet Coke. KFC, South San Francisco CA
Mmm, I love KFC! I grew up craving the chicken from this chain. It was always a treat to go to KFC and have greasy deliciousness. I’ve always like their mashed potatoes, and now I ALWAYS request my chicken tenders to be dipped in their honey bbq sauce, lol!
Cream based chowder served with oyster crackers. Cup $7.50 Fishermen’s Grotto, San Francisco CA
I was skeptical of this restaurant located smack down in the middle of touristy Fisherman’s Wharf, but the food was great! The service was cheesy especially with their outdated uniforms, but very friendly. And the people-watching can’t be beat, lol! This chowder tasted great and had a nice creamy texture.
Fresh sourdough bread. Complimentary
Yellow yarrow flowers (Achillea millefolium, Asteraceae), West Field Road.
Spa collins: gin, basil, mint, cucumber, orange, citrus, ginger beer. $11 Chambers Eat and Drink, San Francisco CA
I loved brunch cocktails, especially when they’re expertly made. These cocktails were ok. The Spa Collins was on the tart side and the Bloody Mary was on the bland side. I did really enjoy the Lucky Lemonade though!
Lucky lemonade: bourbon and house made lemonade. $8
Bloody mary: the traditional favorite made with house sambal and vodka. $9