Our first day in San Francisco was cloudy and cold. It felt more like winter then summer, but we were so happy to be there, it didn't seem to matter. Afton took me to Dottie's True Blue Cafe for brunch, obviously a popular spot since we waited in line for an hour {totally worth the wait}. After our bellies were full, we walked around the city. My love affair with typography came out as I couldn't stop photographing the vintage signage of San Fran. 

On day two the sun came out along with a slight breeze. We headed to Tartine for what was the best sandwich {spicy turkey} and banana cream tart of my life. I guess I shouldn't expect anything less from a James Beard award winning pastry chef. I now feel jealous of all you San Franciscans that get to eat at Tartine whenever you like. It will forever be on my list of musts when I visit. After lunch we walked to Dolores Park, went vintage shopping in The Haight and then ended our last evening at The Buena Vista for Irish coffees. Sounds pretty great right? It was such a fun trip thanks to Afton, who knows and loves the city so well.