Crazy to think that I’ve lived in San Francisco for five months now and I still haven’t seen all the neighborhoods. This weekend two of my friends and I ventured to Cole Valley, a neighborhood a little south of the Haight district. I had been wanting to try Zazie, a brunch place known for it’s Bloody Mary’s and orange cinnamon batter French Toast. I didn’t get the Bloody, but I had to try the French Toast. Oh, myyy. Delicious. I highly recommend this spot, it’s worth the hour wait if you want greasy, delicious, real brunch food.
After eating at Zazie, we strolled through the Cole Valley neighborhood to the Haight, to chill in the panhandle park area. The houses in this area are all unique and original, mostly because they survived the major Earthquake SF had years back (as I was so kindly informed by my friend Hannah).
For this Saturday girls outing, I wore my only pair of ripped jeans, which are super in for summer if you are looking to get a pair (hint, hint, you should). Mine are a boyfriend fit, but I like the skinnies the most. JBrand has got some great pairs. I wore a summery hat I got last weekend at Melrose Trading Post, a flea market in L.A., and some jewelry I picked up there too.