Thursday, July 7, 2016
It’s reasonably priced at $23 which includes an organic green salad, free-range buttermilk fried chicken, and housemade cookies and ice cream for dessert. And of course if you go early, you can start with their fabulous happy hour menu for some appetizers and drinks!
Thursday, June 30, 2016
Saturday, June 18, 2016
Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Sparky’s Hot Rod Garage took us back to the days when dances were sock hops, driving was cruising, and our transistor radio only played rock n’ roll!
This place is truly the most unique and exciting place we’ve ever been to! When we entered this place, our jaws immediately dropped! We couldn’t believe the thought that was put into when building and decorating this amazing venue.
There were tons of collectibles ranging from Marilyn Monroe to game ball machines.
The best part is there was an ice cream cart and you can just grab ice cream of your choice and EAT it!
Sunday, May 29, 2016
Monday, May 23, 2016
And it was!!! Boulevard in San Francisco was truly a memorable dining experience.
According to MICHELIN guide inspectors,
“Housed in one of the city's most historic buildings, this Belle Époque stunner is still breathtaking after more than 20 years, with glamorous mosaic floors, colorful glass, and polished bronze at every turn. The Embarcadero-adjacent location offers lovely views of the Bay Bridge and the water, and business lunchers as well as evening romance-seekers adore its transporting vibe. Chef/owner Nancy Oakes is known as a pioneer of Californian cooking, with comforting takes on standards like Dungeness crab with avocado and ruby-red grapefruit, burrata served with a side of shaved kale, and flaky halibut over a mashed potato cake. Sweets are notable: try the pear- and apple-studded winter symphony crisp or creamy butterscotch pudding with pecan granola for a bit of bliss”.
We were there for our dear friend’s birthday and oh boy, aren’t we glad she selected such an awesome place to celebrate her special day!
When we entered the restaurant, we immediately greeted with an upscale vintage decor with romantic lighting. We felt like movie stars from the 1960s walking into the lobby of some luxurious hotel. We were seated at a comfortable table right next to the window where we have a view of the Bay Bridge, which looked absolutely stunning that night.
Our server was professional, knowledgeable and approachable. We all indulged in appetizers, entrée, desserts and wine. They were all super luxurious. It’s truly a must visit in the city!