Foodie Travel Guide to SF 2012: Where to Eat and Drink on Any Budget from Zagat... Boulette's Larder; Park Tavern; Roam Burger; Foreign Cinema; Blue Plate; Mission Cheese; Tartine Bakery; Slanted Door; Kabuto; Burma Superstar; Lers Ros Thai; SOMA's Bar Agricole & Zero Zero; Bar Bambino in the Mission; Swan Oyster Depot; Zuni Cafe; and more!
White sandstone, or maybe marble of a great age, created slanting walls on either side of the path, stepping back in space through a series of metallic wrought arches. Ornate, complicated arches ending in a gateway wide enough to allow entry for one person at a time. It sure wasn’t like the gate to Kelly’s backyard in Dubuque. ~ INVISIBLE JOURNEY ~ Mary Buckham @Found on gdfalksen.com
The thought of being able to spend freely in San Francisco really excites me. Dining at the Slanted Door with cool sophisticated people. Taking in the view of hot, earthy women. A trip to see the Golden State Warriors play. No worries because I have no debt and can tap into my high credit limited. A purchase at the Apple Store with a class added.