Jane on Filmore

The Jane on Filmore is bustling in the morning hours with super fit parents grabbing on-the-go bites with their well-dressed babies, people having meetings over coffee and individuals working on their laptops at the coffee bar… and then there’s me in the corner booth (score!) clearly documenting my delightful morning experience for my blog. Completely separate from the food, this…
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RAW Sugar Factory

Best thing to do on a gloomy, rainy Friday? Start the weekend early with a boozy brunch! My sister and I headed over to the RAW Sugar Factory in the Mission District this past weekend, snagged a nice, spacious booth by the window and literally shut the place down. Proudly. The mimosa game here goes hard. For $20, go all…
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NYC Spotlight: Chinatown

One of my favorite things to do, whether in San Francisco or New York, is to explore the wonders of Chinatown. Generally, I get off at the Canal Street subway station and begin my adventure through the streets of Chinatown with a few bakeries, sweet shops, and dim sum places in mind (dim sum is an awesome alternative to the…
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NYC Spotlight: Jacob’s Pickles

I’m unsure how I haven’t written about Jacob’s Pickles yet, but it’s easily one of my favorite brunch/lunch/dinner/ anytime places in the Upper West Side! Downside is there’s always a wait- but it’s worth it. Jacob’s is a super trendy, hip southern comfort food spot with great atmosphere. The cozy, always-packed restaurant serves up huge, rich, creamy, buttery and fabulous dishes that…
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NYC Spotlight: Barney Greengrass

So many times I’ve past this place without thinking twice about dining here. I have been dumb. I should have known that this over 100 year old establishment would serve delicious and authentic Jewish breakfast items and incredibly fresh, tasty smoked fishes! Yes, the ambiance feels very dated. Lots of beige. But it certainly has a particular charm and character that…
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