Bit(es) of my Weekend

This past weekend my parents and youngest sister Molli came to visit for her spring break. Though their visit was short, we managed to pack in a lot of fun activities and, naturally, a lot of eating. I know I said we normally try somewhere new each Friday but we simply could not resist taking them to Pizzeria Delfina on Friday afternoon. Everything was just as amazing as the last time. We even tried a few new dishes and I can honestly say that I highly recommend trying them all if you visit. Here are some of the dishes we sampled this time around:


Homemade Burrata Cheese


Butter Bean, Pancetta, & Escarole Soup


The Best Meatballs


Funghi Pizza


Margherita Pizza

Our next stop was the fabulous Tartine Bakery. I am sure Delfina has great desserts but given that Tartine is two doors down and my family was only in town for the weekend, I could not pass up on the opportunity to take them there. Everything was perfect. I don’t really think you can go wrong with anything there and we really couldn’t make up our minds so we ended up ordering…a lot. Don’t worry though, nothing was wasted. You don’t waste Tartine. You just don’t.



My lovely sister, Molli


Morning Bun (with an addicting orange sugar topping)


Lemon Meringue Cake


Dulce de Leche Cake


My Parents!

The next day we woke up bright and early and headed to Sonoma for our favorite breakfast place–Fremont Diner. We took our time enjoying our breakfast, sipping coffee and talking about life. I cherish those moments so much. I am really lucky because my parents raised me to have an opinion and really listen to what I have to say, even if it completely differs from theirs. I hope that I can instill this same sense of independent thinking in my own child. In addition to our usual breakfast banter, the usual suspects were there:


{Almost Famous} Biscuits & Gravy


Breakfast Sandwich


The Kitchen Sink (Biscuits, Smoked Ham, Fried Chicken, Sausage Gravy, & a Fried Egg)

We then made our way back to San Francisco and headed to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the famous Ferry Building for a little sightseeing.











It truly was the perfect weekend with my family. We ate really great food and saw some of my favorite parts of the city. Mostly, it was great to spend time with my parents and sister, talking and catching up on each other’s lives. I love my family so much and I can’t wait for the day when we all live close to each other again.


4 thoughts on “Bit(es) of my Weekend

  1. Cassandra Lotus says:

    I love seeing this. Thank you so much for always sharing such beautiful photos!
    I am so excited for you and Reg and the family you are about to become!
    ❤ Miss you always. Going to have to see you next time I'm in the Bay (I'm there often).

  2. Jenna (Hello, I Love You) says:

    Cass– Thank YOU for your kind words! We are so excited too. 🙂 Next time you are in the Bay, please call me. I would LOVE to see you! Miss you! xoxo

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