AKA. My life.
So I recently started a CynEats snapchat.
And I thought, what better way to let you guys in on what REALLY goes on behind the scenes than with this snap video! #reallife
This is exactly what happened on our foodie adventure.
There’s alota picture taking, alota eating and alota running around to find the best lighting.
(Sorry for the poor quality vid, I didn’t know how else to upload this snapchat video besides through YouTube. If any of you guys know of a better way… Help!)
Meet my partner in crime for the day: Kelly from A Side of Sweet. She really is the sweetest girl ever and we were totally vibing the whole day. We were also on the same level of picture taking (think: you know how girls take a millllliiion selfies? Well, that’s us… except we do it with food lol).
So here’s our foodie adventure:
We started off the day at 20th Century Cafe in Hayes Valley. It’s the cutest spot ever, where everyone is actually all dressed up in 1950’s retro attire.
Anyways, they have the best nettle soup and their Russian Honey Cake was featured on 7×7’s “100 Things to Eat Before You Die”.
We waited for a table with the best lighting to open up before we realized that every table had pretty good lighting (hint: this is a great spot for food pics)
Then we walked down the street to Smitten’s to grab some liquid nitrogen ice cream.
But. Before we ordered, we scouted for a wall to take our photos (so it doesn’t melt. Duh).
After 5 minutes… we found it, it was across the park, across the street, in front of this dessert shop.
We had to RUN.
Then we headed over to Polk street for some research.
Side: doing a future post on acai bowls, so we wanted to check out Basik Cafe.
But. We JUST so happened to park right in front of Bob’s Donuts. (I swear, I didn’t plan that)
…and naturally, we weren’t going to leave empty handed. Since we couldn’t decide, we got this giant one #yolo
After Bob’s, we headed to Basik Cafe where they serve some bombass acai bowls.
Since the lighting wasn’t optimal, we took it outside and got some shots on someone’s doorway lol
Then for dinner, we headed over to our media tasting at Canela Bistro and Wine Bar. Special guest Chef Colleen Donnelly from InHarvest took over the kitchen to create dishes using whole grains and legumes.
Everything was so delish and I loved that it was kinda healthy since we probs gained 5 lbs from that donut alone.
This dinner included a red quinoa flatbread, mushroom salad, roasted piquillo peppers stuffed with heirloom red rice (<– omg soo good), albondiga meatballs, and dessert.
Incase ya’ll were wondering… Yes, I did finish my entire meal.
I know… I have problems lol.
So after I got home that day, I def needed to get a sweat in at the gym. I mean… after all those calories I felt super guilty AF!
Anyways, that’s all for now, hope you guys enjoyed the first “Weekenders” post. Stay tuned for next time!
PS: let me know if you enjoy posts like these!