A morning Pure Barre class followed by my husband and I gorging ourselves at dim sum at Hong Kong Lounge. This picture was taken while I was in the middle of eating my absolute favorite dim sum dish, pork buns.
Next, we hopped over to Grand View Park, an absolutely gorgeous spot that we'd somehow never been to. The park is a must-see while in San Francisco: you really can't beat the view.
After that, we headed home and took an hour and a half nap...because it's basically impossible to stay awake through an entire day when you've had dim sum for brunch.
After we woke up from our nap, we headed down to the A.C.T. theater to see Dead Metaphor. I bought tickets for the play last minute on a deal site, but somehow we ended up with seats in the very first row! That part was neat. Because they didn't allow photography in the theater, my husband took the stealth selfie above - as you can tell by my face, I was definitely prepared to be photographed. Anyway, we had a fun time - the play itself wasn't that good, but it was well-acted and who doesn't enjoy a night out?
After leaving the theater, we hopped on the Powell-Mason cable car and rode it to North Beach, where we grabbed slices of pizza from Tony's Pizza Napoletana. The main restaurant was closed for the night, so we ducked into the Tony's pizza shop next door and ordered slices at the counter. Since the wait is always absurdly long at Tony's, I definitely recommend grabbing slices on the go like we did - the pizza is delicious, and you only have to wait two minutes (instead of two hours) to eat it!
Sunday morning consisted of sleeping in, grabbing brunch with a friend, and running a few errands around town. When I got back to the apartment, I decided to spend an hour up on our rooftop reading in the beautiful, 67-degree weather, despite having dinner to cook, an apartment to clean, emails to respond to, etc... I have to say that I'm so glad I put time to relax in front of time spent doing chores - that hour in the sun was fantastic (even if enjoying the "warmth" in San Francisco means wearing a sweatshirt and Ugg slippers).
Finally, we closed out the weekend by eating beef short ribs (I'll share the recipe someday, I promise!) and watching this week's episode of Saturday Night Live. Maybe it sounds lame to you, but I can't think of a better way to spend Sunday night.
Oh, and I almost forgot! On Friday night my husband took me to Opaque, a restaurant where you eat in the pitch-black dark (it's supposed to enhance your senses, and therefore the taste of the food). They weren't kidding - it was so dark in there! Here's a picture from that::)
I hope you had a great weekend as well! Enjoy your Monday!