So, dining at The French Laundry was the primary goal while we were in NorCal. But, since we were going to be in San Francisco, and reservations were available, why not have an amazing experience at Atelier Crenn too?
After our ride on the San Francisco Municipal Railway Cable Car, we took a walk around the touristy Fisherman’s Wharf. But the real reason we were here? To grab lunch at Scoma’s.
After settling into the JW Marriott San Francisco Union Square, we headed out to our first dinner in the city. And for our first dinner, I chose the One Michelin Star Rich Table for an intriguing dining experience.
I’ve been on a bit of a poke bowl bender lately. And while I like frequenting my regular spots, I do like discovering new places too. So, this past weekend, I decided to give Fort Ruger Market poke bowls a try.
On our last morning in Napa, we decided to maximize what little time we had left. So, we left the hotel and went into the town of St. Helena to grab breakfast at Model Bakery and to go exploring.
After our blissful in-room breakfast, our pampering session at Atrio Spa, and our brief visit to Beringer Vineyard, it was finally time for the moment we’ve been waiting for; The French Laundry Experience.