A few more pictures and suggestions if you are, well, going to San Francisco.
Every Anthropologie is not the same, each location has its own local flair. SF's Anthro was sleeker (less crafty) and had more winter weather clothes then what is offered here in SoCal.
A short trip always exaggerates the importance of every meal. If you are going for just two days-- that's approximately five meals-- the pressure can be immence. I don't think every one has to be big and pricey, but I do like to get the most out of each. A bad choice can sour my mood as fast as piped-in Kenny G.
For breakfast in San Francisco you can't beat Dottie's True Blue Cafe on Jones.
We walked to North Beach (yes, we made it!) from Union Square for dinner at Golden Boy Pizza--by far the best pizza in the city.
I really wanted to stop by Savoy Tivoli to see if it had changed in the eight years since I had been there. I am happy to report they have done a little cleaning and actually have painted the place ***background info- I worked there from 1991 to 1995ish***
After dinner we stopped at Stella Bakery on Columbus and nabbed a coulple éclairs to eat back at the room. They made it through the door, but not much past there.
For our last meal there we stopped off at Max's Opera Cafe and had their Matzo Ball Soup, with the tiny flat noodles and the shredded chicken, so good...
And then there is Bob's Donuts on Polk Street. When we walked in the gal behind the counter greeted Larry like the regular he is/was/will always be. Their cinnamon donuts were apparently a staple in his diet as a student (and for some time after that it appears.)