We spent the night at the Westin St. Francis in Union Square. Our room was on the 28th floor with a view to die for. And seriously, the Westin has the most amazing beds. A little slice of heaven wrapped in sheets. The view from our room:
We then had dinner at Chaya in the Embarcadero.
De-li-cious!!! The salmon ceviche appetizer just about melted in my mouth. I still fantasize about it! Chaya's customer service was excellent by the way. As much as I love SF, there can sometimes be an obnoxious level of snootiness. For dessert they brought me this tasty number:
|Molten Chocolate Cake|
Sorry the photo is not super-crisp. Couldn't exactly fit a tri-pod in my purse and had to hand-hold my camera at a slow shutter speed. For those of you not familiar with SF, this is the Bay Bridge. Looks great at night doesn't it?!
After dinner we had a night cap at the hotel bar. That whole snootiness attitude I mentioned earlier? Our bartender embodied it. But I did try Oprah's favorite new drink, Moscow Mule. Quite refreshing; great for a hot summer day.
The following morning we had breakfast at Sears Fine Food. It has been in SF for over 70 years and consistently has a line out the door. Breakfast did not disappoint and since we ate at the counter we didn't have to wait in line. Score! Loooved the Eggs Benedict. After all of the food I consumed during this birthday celebration poor Todd had to roll me home.
|Outside Sears Fine Food. Todd's still smiling because he doesn't know he will have to roll my ass the home :)!|
|Look up and you will see the Sir Francis Drake|