Yesterday was one of those days that just turns out right. We all piled into the car our friend A calls “Old Yeller” and drove over the Oakland Bay Bridge into San Francisco at a few minutes before noon. Soon we were on Market Street and trying to decide where to go.
Then, remarkably, I recognized a street corner, and we were headed to Zuni Cafe for lunch.
After perfect pizzas grilled in the wood burning oven, we ran the only real errand of the day: a trip to Roland Feller’s violin and cello repair shop to buy a string for A’s cello.
The rest of the afternoon was spent window shopping on 24th Street and walking on the pier.
We ended the day with dinner by the water at The Slanted Door.