Last week flew by so fast, following a long and busy GDC. Our lofty plans to roam the city for art districts and good Mexican food quickly fell to pieces as we all realized that we couldn't muster the energy to stand on our feet any more than we absolutely had to. So instead, we opted for a lazy Saturday.
We started with a relaxing brunch at Samovar, a short walk through Yerba Buena Gardens then off to the SFMOMA at the recommendation of our friend Shailendra. This was a great way to wind down and recharge. The museum is stunningly gorgeous and so peaceful. Just what this introvert ordered after a people-filled week. While modern art isn't my favorite—I don't always get the style—there were a lot of quirky and interesting pieces that are worth the visit.
Brunch at Samovar
- Smoked Duck Hash with Earl Grey
- Salmon Eggs Benedict with Four Seasons Oolong
We ate here three times last week. It's just that good! Mike especially recommends the smoked duck hash if you're feeling something hearty and savory. My personal fave was the salmon eggs benedict. Biscuit, salmon, avocado crema and poached eggs on top. How good is that?? If you’re in the mood for something sweet, order the Challah Country French Toast. And of course, get some tea! I especially loved the Four Seasons Oolong (bright, floral, refreshing) and the Goldon Phoenix Oolong (sweet, peaches, deep). You don’t be disappointed!
Lunch at Super Duper Burgers
- Super Burger
- Garlic Fries
Always a great option for a quick bite. Treat yourself to a dipped cone too!