My wife & I are photographers & being flown in for a shoot in SF & Napa. We're foodies from Oklahoma City by way of NY, and are looking to make the most of this short trip to CA. Money isn't really an issue, but since this happened on such short notice availability is an issue.
Thursday 10/20: Arrive SFO @ 2:00, Dinner - Zuni Cafe
Friday: Breakfast - Buena Vista Cafe, Lunch - Perbacco, Dinner - Foreign Cinema
Saturday: Breakfast - Canteen, Lunch - Pizzeria Delfina, PHOTO SHOOT 2:00-8:00, Dinner - still not confirmed. I am trying to get in with Boulevard to try their lamb T-bone, but that's still up in the air. I also have to check in with our next hotel in Napa by midnight. That means we could either go with a place in SF or Napa, but it would have to be late.
Sunday: Brunch - Brix, PHOTO SHOOT 4:00-8:00, Dinner - Morimoto's (I really want to experience Pacific sushi, and sushi is my favorite food, so I wanted to tie this in).
Monday: Breakfast - Nothing scheduled yet, Lunch - Celadon, Dinner - Bouchon
Tuesday: Nothing scheduled yet, Departure SFO @ 3:55PM
So far these are all the reservations I've been able to confirm. Is it to much? Am I in way over my head with food? I'm also not really leaving much room for some must have SF street fair. What kind of SF street food do I need to add to the list, or what should we remove from the list?
Your help is GREATLY appreciated!
1658 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
230 California St, San Francisco, CA 94111
2534 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94110
Buena Vista Cafe
2765 Hyde St, San Francisco, CA 94109
7377 St. Helena Highway, Napa, CA 94558
2406 California St, San Francisco, CA 94115
6534 Washington Street, Yountville, CA 94599
610 Main Street, Napa, CA