SF Crafts Fair, Wharf, and Roaming

Hi guys! We recently checked out the San Francisco location for the Renegade Craft Fair last weekend on November 21st and 22nd. Lisa is really into the arts and crafts, so this event was perfect for her to be able to see what others have done and stimulate some of her creative juices. Also, the holidays are right around the corner, so it was a nice place to purchase a personalized gift for family.

After looking around the three aisles of the hip new shops, we went outside to grab some grub to eat. There was a taco shop, a Korean fried chicken truck, and a coffee truck. We decided on getting some $3 tacos and a $4.50 watermelon agua fresca from Jicama, the taco stand.

After we left the event, we explored the wharf as well as other parts of San Francisco. You can view some of our shots here. I always wanted to try out some seafood by the wharf, so I bought a crab and shrimp combo bowl.

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Crab and shrimp combo

After finishing the snack, Lisa suggested that we go to Mr Holmes Bakehouse but unfortunately, it was closed when I checked it online. Instead, we ended up walking through Lombard Street as we never saw it before.

It was getting dark, so we headed over to Japantown for dinner. We went to Ramen Yamadaya, which we have been to multiple times. You can view our pictures here.

It was a great day of fun and food. We walked so much that all our feet were tired, and we were so grateful when the BART came in three minutes as we traveled back to the east bay.

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