As promised, a few snapshots from my experience at Bubba's Fine Diner (where grease meets organic!)....
I'm a real sucker for any place that's been featured on The Food Network, so I had to try the Ahi Tuna Potstickers:
These guys were pretty good! Not mind blowing. But pretty good for sure.
I'm also a sucker for any dish that includes seafood + deep fried + on a sandwich. Behold, my dungeness crab BLT (which I liked way better than the pot stickers):
As I mentioned in my post about settling into my apartment at the speed of a turtle, I've been on the hunt for things to help bring my living space to life. This weekend I snagged two awesome antique furniture pieces; one from a shop in San Anselmo, and one from the Alameda Flea Market. This guy fits perfectly in my kitchen:
And this book shelf adds a wonderfully playful pop of color near my very neutral bed (can you tell green is my favorite color?). It also is quite practical for a book worm/hoarder like myself who refuses to give away any of her favorite novels and thus needs a place to store them:
My friends and I woke up at the booty crack of dawn on Sunday to venture to the flea market at Alameda, which takes place only on the first Sunday of every month (7am departure on a Sunday = slapping my cozy bed in the face) and were pretty frozen the whole time (did you know that August in SF is winter? Can't wait for September!). But I love strolling all of the booths for treasures, dreaming up ways to decorate future homes, sipping on coffee and snacking from the food trucks.
I also purchased these two little sea glass bottles at the market. $5 for both. Oh so love them.
It was a quiet but productive weekend. Which as we know, counts as life, too. :)
Hope you're well!