Yesterday, Mr. W. and I went to this fashion show thing called Thread. It's supposed to be a fashion show showcasing local designers that are eco-freindly. It was located at the top of the Metreon.. and honestly, Mr. W. and I stayed no longer than 20 minutes. The people there were all hipsters and super trendy but so snooty! Nobody said anything to us, not even the vendors. Boooo. I didn't even bother to take any pictures because I was so uninterested and bored of the whole event!
Afterwards, we took advantage of the situation and decided to walk around downtown. First stop is Westfield Mall! It's so gorgeous inside!
After our little shopping trip (I'll post my finds in another blog), we decided to check out Burger Bar, located at the 3rd to top level of Macy's.
|This used to be Emporium but now it's Westfield Mall. Such a gorgeous structure!|
|My gorgeous view-- Mr. W. looking cute as a lamb!|
|Look at our view! It almost looks like a painting.|
|Here I am with my view-- not so exciting like Mr. W.'s.|
I ordered the Raspberry Velvet Float which is a raspberry flavored beer with vanilla ice cream! It was so delicious! I don't usually like beer but I highly recommend to try this if you ever get a chance to!
The burgers were underwhelming for us. I can't remember the name of the burger I got but basically it was the basic one and I added caramelized onions, portobello mushrooms and cheddar cheese on ciabatta bread. It was ok-- didn't love it, didn't hate it!
|It's probably a billion calories but it's definitely worth it!|
Afterwards, we just walked around and did a little cam whoring! Here we are in front of Saks!
|My burger with sweet potato fries|
If you're a native San Franciscan then you've probably already seen these hearts scattered around SF. I can't tell you for a fact what the meaning of them is, but here is what I've heard and what I believe makes sense.
Somewhere down the line I heard that it's a project called "Hearts of San Francisco". Companies or people purchase these hearts and design them as they wish and place them where ever they want in the city. This is probably one of my favorite ones because it truly captures my love for San Francisco!
Another successful gorgeous Sunday! Mr. W. and I calculated that if we live to be 85, we'd have 3,120 more perfect Sundays to enjoy. I hope he's ready to plan me 3,120 more adventurous Sundays!
|I hella love SF!|