Juice Shop SF

Getting our greens!  Me & Marlowe.
One of my favorite snacks or pick-me-ups is a cold glass of green juice.  In Barcelona, I asked the waiter at this very healthy restaurant if they also had green juice (after noticing their fresh pressed carrot juice).... his response was "Como kiwi?"  No, not like kiwi. :)  Greens like spinach, kale, cucumber most commonly... I usually try to avoid juices with spinach and kale as they are goitrogens, which is why I often make my own juice.  Juice Shop SF makes some seriously tasty and fresh juices.  I love the chubby bottles and the surf/drink juice mantra.  I usually get Liver Green, since it's made with dandelion root and not spinach and kale, which I sadly love but can't have in large quantities.

Do you like juice?

Do you do green?
Getting our green fix. 

Heath Ceramics, San Francisco

Us at Heath Ceramics
 Enjoying coffee on the weekends at Heath Ceramics.  They serve Blue Bottle Coffee here and are dog friendly.   One of our favorite post-brunch stops.

T-shirt: Rolling Stones Concert T; Sweatshirt: Lululemon; Rag & Bone Miramar Jeans found here; Sunglasses: H&M.

Lips: Urban Decay Revolution Lipstick in F-Bomb.

Heath in many forms.

Miss Porkbun.  A cute Frenchie we met on the street.

Postcard From The Weekend: Mansur Gavriel / Isabel Marant x Oliver Peoples

Mansur Gavriel
Been behind on everything but Instagram recently, but catching up on some on some past lazy weekends at home.  Enjoying brunch with good weather, new tote and familiar faces.  Hope your weekends have been as happy.




Isabel Marant x Oliver Peoples Sunglasses
Plow brunch.

Ice Cream Socializing / The Ice Cream Bar San Francisco

Are you ready for the weekend?  What's more fun than going for a treat on the weekend.  San Francisco has such a unique way of making the simplest activities unique.  The Ice Cream Bar in the Cole Valley area is an old-timey ice cream parlour and soda fountain where they take a mixology view to soda jerking.  The individually roasted marshmallows to the homemade elixirs and syrups make this shop a little more special than your average 31 flavors.  All ice cream is made in house, and they offer some boozey sodas and shakes if you feel like having something more grown up.

If you are in SF, stop by for a really special treat.

The Ice Cream Bar, 815 Cole Street, San Francisco.