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15 Amazing Restaurants in San Francisco to Visit Today!

15 Amazing Restaurants in San Francisco to Visit Today!

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Where to find the most amazing restaurants in San Francisco – We did all the “work” for you!

Searching for popular restaurants in the cities where we travel is one of my favorite activities! Every food and travel blogger likes to offer his or her own take on where to go, but more often than not, there are so many to choose from that their choices may not even be on my list. So… I wanted to share my current “favorites list” for the most amazing restaurants in San Francisco.

My husband Craig’s company is located in the Bay Area and working there is just part of his routine. So luckily for me, we have been traveling to San Francisco for quite some time. However, the restaurant scene of today is far more sophisticated and creative and dining out is more popular than it ever has been.

As hungry diners, our choices now are nearly infinite in the City by the Bay. Local chefs create original, tasty food that makes your heart sing and fulfills the current foodie frenzy. It seems that everyone is following the food and restaurant news and a laser-focused interest in popular cuisine is at an all time high.

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So Many Great Restaurants in Washington D.C. – Not Enough Time!

So Many Great Restaurants in Washington D.C. – Not Enough Time!

Just several of the many great restaurants in Washington D.C. When the list of great restaurants in Washington D.C. contains at least one hundred possibilities, how do you choose? I know…first world problems, but seriously it wasn’t easy! I scoured DC Eater, Washington D.C. and the detailed list that my traveling-foodie-friend Angela gave me and… Continue Reading

An Empty Nester Foodie Lunch Adventure at Kismet in Silver Lake

An Empty Nester Foodie Lunch Adventure at Kismet in Silver Lake

It’s Kismet! Just down the road from the Griffith Park Observatory is a cute little shop with delicious Mediterranean food created by two clever chefs, Sara Kramer and Sarah Hymanson. I was familiar with Kismet only from reading popular food and wine magazines, as well as a recent glowing review by the Pulitzer Prize winning, food critic,… Continue Reading