When 29Rooms announced they were going to open up a location in SF for 3 days, I had to jump at the opportunity to buy tickets! Luckily, T and I scored tickets for the last day, June 24th at 11a-2p. We even got tickets for his friends come along with us. 29Rooms is described as … Continue reading 29Rooms – SF
Livermore Valley's dog-friendly wineries held a special event on June 3rd called Wine & Wags where they partnered up with local rescues and hosted dogs and their owners! I thought this event was awesome and we had to show our support to Love & Second Chances as they were at Garre! Our first stop of … Continue reading Wine & Wags Livermore 2018
I finally found some time of make my way down to Castroville to check out Succulent Gardens, which is a specialty succulent and cacti nursery. Yes, my plant obsession is still going strong! So my mom and I made the hour and 17 minute drive down. We got there a little after they opened at … Continue reading Succulent Gardens – Castroville, CA
While on our way to Guerneville and hitting some traffic, we decided to stop by Lagunitas to stretch out our legs and grab a beer. Plus, they have a dog-friendly patio so sign us up! The front patio when you first walk in is self-seating so we found a picnic table at the back that … Continue reading Lagunitas.
Happy Hour was long overdue for Penny and I, especially since she left our office and joined "the dark side" (and by dark side is that she left and got a better job haha). We were originally going to meet in Burlingame at 6, but because of lovely Bay Area traffic, I was running extremely … Continue reading 31st Union.
There are some days that I would like to turn off my Facebook "On This Day" notifications. I do like to be reminded of the good ol' days, but some of my Facebook wall posts from a decade ago can be cringe worthy. Anyways, last year around this time T and I were enjoying the … Continue reading Sumiya.
My sister and Jeff scheduled a couple of wedding venue tours since they were in town. We had a couple of appointments booked on Friday, and we had some time between our 1st stop and 2nd, so we stopped by The Press in Pleasanton to grab some brunch. The parking lot was a bit full, … Continue reading The Press.
After running errands the other day, I was craving something sweet. At first, I wanted to get some Philz Coffee (Iced Ecstatic with medium sugar and cream). Then I thought about the Vegan Ice Cream at Nature's Microcreamery and Soul Cafe so we headed to Niles. The weather was a bit chilly, but not cold. A … Continue reading Vegan Agave Lavender.
It was a cool Monday early afternoon and lunch was creeping up. You can see the clouds starting to roll in so soup sounded great. L was telling me about this pho place that's near her place in Union City and why turn down a great bowl of pho? We walked in and almost all … Continue reading Pho VN.
We came in with high expectations for the food... which were not met. We made reservations at Michael Mina and Ayesha Curry's restaurant International Smoke in December, and yes, it was pretty much fully booked until March. The restaurant opened at 5pm for dinner on a Sunday and our reservations were at 5:15pm. As soon … Continue reading International Smoke.