San Francisco Pride was on all our bucket lists. Pavement steaming, terrible tank top tan lines, sometimes wooping/laughing and then crying from being so moved from signs of support from parents and people from all walks of life. We loved every second of it. Of course, we had to eat in between all the great sights … Continue reading Dragoneats – San Francisco
After a long stretch of highway and open roads for miles, the inevitable happened. G: Don’t know about anyone else but I’m getting REAL hungry
After our outing at Virtuous Pie, the five of us still had a hankering for a bit of meat—err, food. Well, meat for the boys. So we turned around the corner (HOW CONVENIENT) to pay Juke a visit.
Kebin was back in town for a few precious weeks, so we had to stuff in a few foodie dates. Kebin is also a big meat-eater, so we had to be a bit… sneaky about taking him here. To Virtuous Pie. A vegan pizza place. Heh… heh… heh…
It’d been a looong time coming. About a month, to be exact. That’s how long it took to get reservations at Savio Volpe for a decent dinner time. To say we were hyped was an understatement.
Things to do before you die: drive the Oregon/California coastline. It’s breathtaking, trust us. We woke up early to start the day’s drive—and let’s just say the complimentary breakfast at our motel wasn’t cutting it. We drove through cloudy San Simeon and noticed that The Ragged Point Inn has a restaurant. Hans: Breakfast anyone? Everyone: YES. And … Continue reading Ragged Point Cafe – San Simeon
If there’s one thing that we could not get enough of on this road trip (other than drinking), it was poké. That fresh, light meal that leaves you feeling satisfied—without the food coma hangover—was something that we craved almost every day in the hot Cali weather. So of course we had to try another poké … Continue reading The Poké Shack – Los Angeles
One of the most famous areas for good Korean food in Los Angeles is… Koreatown. Duh. But seriously, if you’re hankering for good Korean BBQ, this is your spot. We’d been driving around all day and were pretty exhausted and not even hungry by this point (roughly 9pm). Nothing came up on Zomato or Yelp … Continue reading To Dam Gol – Los Angeles
For our first breakfast in LA, we knew it had to be special. So we went to Silver Lake—a pretty cool ‘hood—highly recommend it if you’re into hipster things and good food. The result… well, we got our minds blown, so if you’re ever in Los Angeles, you definitely have to eat at Sqirl.
Mell and Grace visit Ora Sushi, the newest incarnation of Mega Sushi, in Steveston.