It is no secret that I am a huge fan of Post street at Leavenworth. Farm:table and The Cafe Royale are fave spots of mine. Yesterday, as a result of this post-flu appetite of mine, which is equivalent to a post-hybernation monster bear, burgers for dinner it was.
Pearl burger on Post hits the spot.
Has anyone been. OMG this place is bomb.
Here pictured with my crappy phone, is the garden burger with Swiss. Oh hells yes.
Is still no match for the Plant Café red lentil burger, which I consider #1 in my books, but this is a little different and oh so good. The bun is wheat or some healthy stuff, and the onion rings+yam fries complete a kickass greasy dinner.
Thanks Pearl’s burger, my belly was SOOOO happy.
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Speaking of happiness, walking down past farm:table, which is a stone throw from Pearl’s, I came across this fantastic little poster. The tenderloin’s first “Coffee Crawl”
Whaaaatt — I’m so there.
I looked for more info last night, but couldn’t find much. Here is a little picture of the poster.
Luckily, the fine tenderblog has published all the details in today’s post here.
*both mobile photo uploads
++ Started Friday night, in the Castro.
The streets and the sidewalks are typically pretty crowded.
Weather picked up again to a Californian spoiled January, in the high 50°s F.
++ Saturday morning was to kick it with the boys.
We had a little coffee, loads of food and bottomless drop coffee, then a little more coffee.
These shots are all at Flora Grubb, the coffee (a small kiosk) is by Ritual.
Jerrold near 3rd. street, Bayview district.
++ Saturday night was to kick it with the ladies.
Pizza pies and pointillist paintings.
We got to enjoy a very late evening treat at deYoung, closing at midnight.
The exhibit ends this Tuesday, January 18th.
My absolute two favorites were Sargent’s “La Carmencita” and Henri Rousseau’s “War.”