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Not sure where to eat in the Bay City? Allow me to help you! Some of the best food in my life (so far!) has been enjoyed in San Francisco. I have to say that I have not enjoyed eating somewhere in so long. Our trip to San Francisco was a real game-changer for me, in that it was kind of my first true travel experience. Yes, I have been to many places as a kid and an adult, but it seemed like those trips were always plagued with worries about money. And this one was a trip where I just really got to enjoy everything and didn’t have that on my mind as much.
Pictured above, this was the first place we ate in San Francisco was Honey Honey. We had an amazing breakfast there – the Salmon Scramble I had was so good! Hubby had crab cakes here. We were so spoiled by all the fresh seafood available here. NOTHING like what we have in southern Illinois, as I’m sure you can imagine.
Lunch by the bay anyone?! Our lunch here was so good and we had an amazing view of the Golden Gate Bridge. We dove in here, as it was starting to sprinkle on us after our visit to Fisherman’s Wharf and Pier 39. I had some ravioli and Hubby had some fresh fish tacos. YUM!
I think this honestly is one of my top five best meals I’ve ever eaten. Definitely my favorite food in San Francisco. Mac Daddy has a tiny dine-in area, so be prepared you may have to wait outside to be seated. (They do have delivery through Uber Eats, which I’m thankful I cannot do from southern Illinois because I’d be doing it weekly.)
We headed here after a nap at our hotel and I got the chicken strips and mac and cheese, while Hubby and I shared the Mexican street corn. OMG!!! Just phenomenal.
Before heading out to Napa, we had breakfast at Sears Fine Foods. I loved the decor here and our breakfast was really good. The one thing I loved about San Francisco was how fresh all of the bread was. Again, a good thing I don’t live here, LOL!
Am I cheating on this one since it is in Sausalito? Maybe, but I just couldn’t NOT include it. We had the most amazing pizza here. The only pizza I’ve had that tops this one is the one we had in Paris. This place was super cute and we had dinner here after our trip to Napa.
The Mill is a great place to grab a pastry and enjoy it in the park that sits across from The Painted Ladies. And that is exactly what we did!! This modern spot had a line going out the door when we went, but the line moved fast and our pastries and coffee were delicious.