Old Haunts

Realizing that San Francisco was only a train ride away from where we were staying, we decided to go into the city for an afternoon of fun in our favorite area, the Mission District. Once we got there, we stuck to Brandon’s tradition of grabbing lamb and beef schwarma from Ali Baba’s Cave. Whenever we’re in a new city, we always set out to find a good coffee place to get our caffeine fix. We found ours at Four Barrel Coffee, which was also a cool space to hang out. After filling up on good food and drinks, we perused through some cool thrift stores along Valencia before ending our visit at hipster hill in Dolores Park–another place that we love to haunt when we’re in the area. We really enjoyed revisiting our favorite spots in the Mission and keeping on with our traditions. We cannot wait to go back again hopefully soon.


j: lou and grey coat, rag and bone sweater, zara jeans, nike free 5.0, mansur gavriel mini bucket bag
b: blk dnm #5 jacket, rodarte hoodie, naked and famous jeans, nike free 5.0, stampd backpack 

20 thoughts on “Old Haunts

  1. omg!!! you have a mansur gavriel bucket bag!! AAAHHH I LOVE!!!! 😀
    as for getting into gourmet coffee, one of the things in my wish list this year is a personal espresso machine! i know the really good ones are quite steep in price, but i'll try and do some research first and i might invest on a good one!!! 😀

    Animated Confessions

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  2. first time on your blog and love your pics!
    i've been to SF once and i regret not exploring it more.
    we saw the city mainly by car but next time, by foot/public transportation will definitely be my preference.

    🙂
    vanessa

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  3. hi girl,your destroyed jean is cute!! and purrfect! i'm still looking for one that is made for me..i'm still finding..the black one.really enjoy reading your adventures every day..you keep me motivated to go out explore singapore with mister too.i should ask mister to start reading your blog too. 🙂

    xo joselovincolors
    http://www.joselovincolors.com

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