IMG_7950Lombard Street

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Alcatraz; looking super creepy in the fog.

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The Mission District. Amazing playgrounds, bakeries, history and feelings told through art, tacos and pie. IMG_8076

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We walked to the Golden Gate Bridge with a scone picnic.
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What else did we eat?

Pacific Catch: beautiful coconut shrimp, deep fried oysters and fish
Isa: Californian and french inspired small plate style dining, sharing plates of Dungeness crab salad, blue cheese and walnut salad, rack of lamb, scallops, creme brûlée and honeyed goat cheese
Mel’s Drive-In: American diner food, pancakes, waffles, sunny side up eggs, bacon
Boudin Bakery: Clam chowder in sourdough bread bowls
Home Plate: American diner food with carrot and sweet potato pancakes and the best sultana scones
Craftsman & Wolves: Matcha, pear and ginger scones
Dynamo Donuts & Coffee: Apple and Bacon donuts and lemon thyme donuts
La Victoria Panaderia: Mexican bakery with butter palmiers and sweet cream cakes
Taqueria Cancun: Beef and pork soft tacos
Mission Pie: Sweet and savoury pies

More #honeyanddoughroadtrip photos on instagram: https://instagram.com/honeyanddough/ 

2 thoughts on “I Left my Heart in San Fransisco: Honey & Dough Road Trip (Part 1)

  1. thatemily says:

    Great photos! Alcatraz looks super creepy!

    1. Thank you Emily. It was even creepier on the island, especially when the ferry departed and left us behind…!

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