the 415.

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okay, so this version of the 415 could take a while. today i’m covering the mission district, where i probably spend most of my time. i have a lot of friends who live here, have shops here, and well, the mission has some of the best shopping and food in the city if you know where to look. i’m gonna help you out with that right now. there’s so many fab spots,... 
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sunday in the city.

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i haven’t shared many sundays in the city lately…i guess i’ve been kinda busy! but here’s a few snaps from around san francisco’s mission district this week. i always love the gritty neon signs, exotic murals and worn out old buildings. i’m not sure why – they’re kind of colorful in their own way, though. here’s a look.  
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inspired by: breakfast with bonnie.

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the lovely and talented photographer, miss bonnie tsang and her assistant joanne were in town this week to shoot a wedding, and suggested we share breakfast at tartine. okay, twist my arm! now mind you, i’ve seen on twitter how much this tiny girl can ingest, and it’s clear she loves her food…but lordy, this girl can eat. and i mean that in the best way possible... 
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sunday in the city.

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this sunday in the city, lucy and i took a walk to dolores park in the mission, and then on over to valencia to 16th and up guerrero…a nice walk, full of picturesque finds, and some of my favorite haunts*. i had my new camera in hand, as promised, and such a great time snapping away. here’s what we saw.   *haunts: dolores park, bi-rite market, bi-rite... 
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if you’re going to san francisco: pot + pantry.

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there’s a tiny, but intriguing little shop tucked away just off guerrero street in san francisco’s mission district called pot + pantry. designed for the vintage loving, recipe-happy cooking connoisseur in all of us, pot + pantry carries new and gently used cookware, as well as a small assortment of food products from local san francisco artisans cheerfully displayed... 
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