In a deceptively small space located in the Mission neighborhood of San Francisco is a Peruvian Tapas restaurant called Limon Rotisserie. We made reservations ahead of time on OpenTable, so I was surprised to see every table full when we walked in. Little did we know that there was a downstairs dining area outfitted with Continue Reading
One of the best things about introduced to a good restaurant is that you, in turn, can pass it on by taking someone else there. My brother’s friend took him to 900 Grayson, named after the physical street address, some time ago for Chicken and Waffles. So, like all good things that must be shared, Continue Reading
One of our goals during our trip up to the Bay Area was to meet up with some of Jeannie’s friends that she met during her residency. Since her friend lives in the city, we decided to meet up at Zachary’s which is located near the Rockridge BART station.
You can order by the slice Continue Reading
Ice cream? Yes. Always, yes.
In the darkness along College Ave. in Berkeley, a shining light beckons to passersby. Anyone who fails to notice will surpass a frozen treasure chest filled with delicious and exotic flavors from around the world.
Walk in and you’ll be greeted by a friendly attendant who will let you sample Continue Reading
The wife craves sushi – you go eat sushi.
We went to Kirala, a small Japanese restaurant near my brother’s house that is highly rated. It was jammed pack and the only real awkward part of waiting for a table is moving through the dining room to get to the waiting area in the back Continue Reading
A few weeks ago I took the family up north to the Bay area to visit my brother, with an ulterior motive of a mini-vacation. Though there is lots to do in Berkeley/San Francisco/Oakland, we didn’t really do much – and we were fine with that. We ended up spending most of our time eating Continue Reading