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SF Hit List

Source: bib and Tuck

Where are your favorite places to shop and eat in SF?
My favorite thing to do on a sunny weekend in SF is grab amazing brunch and then spend the day shopping, strolling and snacking till dinner. Here’s a list of my top spots:
Breakfast/Brunch:
NOPA (Custard french toast w/ a gin fizz on the side? Yes please!)
Zazie (their crab benedict is my kryptonite)
Bistro Central Parc (for the perfect authentic french breakfast (or dinner!). everything is good here.)
Lunch:
Universal Cafe (anything on their menu w/ a sake bloody mary on their front patio)
Blue Barn Gourmet (hands down, the most AMAZING salads ever.)
Arlequin in Hayes Valley in their back garden (w/ a glass of wine from the adjacent wine shop)
Dinner:
Bar Crudo (Lobster and Burrata salad, oh my!)
Beretta (best pizza; best drinks)
NOPA (because their dinner is as good as their brunch)
Shopping:
Boutiques - Hayes valley has the best boutiques. Azalea is my favorite for on-trend, reasonably priced items (and they have a great jeans bar)
Vintage - Haight is the best (go to Held Over or Wasteland for classic thrift, or La Rosa for high-end vintage). Valencia St. in the Mission is a close 2nd place for vintage (I love Afterlife).
Mall - the Westfield Mall has a pretty stellar selection. They have Madewell, J.Crew, Zara, Aritzia and more.
Antiques - The Alameda Antiques Faire (first Sunday of every month) is one of the Bay Area’s best kept secrets. I’ve furnished a good portion of my apartment w/ goodies from this flea market.
Groceries:
Bi-Rite Market - the best ice cream in the city, plus an incredible selection of fresh, organic produce, dairy, meats, wines…mmm. They also have a beautiful flower selection at their Dolores Park location (I always buy their lilacs in the spring!).
NOPA farmer’s market on Grove St. - this is a cute little farmer’s market that just keeps getting better and better.
Where do you see yourself in 30 years from now?
30 years from now, I’ll be almost 60 - wow!  I’d like to look back on a successful and fulfilling music career, be living in a little coastal cottage with my soulmate, where we read, cook, listen to records, garden, and enjoy the simple life. And of course I’ll still be making music. ;)