la boulange

March 19, 2012
before and after
behind the glass
macarons

Early Sunday mornings in San Francisco are like Sundays in an entirely new city. There was no traffic, tons of parking, no lines, open tables.

something for mom
condiments
flatware
french toast + fruit
evidence of green outside
anna

Anna and I had breakfast in a windowed-corner at the Hayes Valley La Boulange. We did the whole "You talk while I eat, now I'll eat while you talk" thing which is always fun. It's so nice to have a quiet morning with a good friend. Delicious food is always a plus, too.

anna's

12 comments:

  1. oh, how i miss sf. it's so easy to be smitten with it. love how you captured it :)

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  2. Going out for breakfast is SUCH a treat! These photos are so beautiful : )

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  3. woot des cannelé! hey if you ever want a recipe for gluten free cannelé my french friend created the perfect recipe :)

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  4. yup yup yup it's one of my favs! especially sitting outside on sunny dates with a big cafe and croissant. so european :)

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  5. they have the yummiest breakfast egg sandwich, ever BUT, yes there is a but they seriously need to get their act together. i have been there multiple times and sat and waited for my to go order only for it to have been ready for 10 minutes and nobody says a word...it makes me sooo sad!
    xo,
    cb

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    1. you have to go super early! it was almost empty while we were there!

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  6. well. that looks like absolute perfection.

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  7. Oh,... Now I want to have a quiet morning with friends and delicious food!!

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  8. haha, yes! my friends and i always do the "You talk while I eat, now I'll eat while you talk" thign too :)

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  9. Are the chocolate hazelnut/nutella macarons new????

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    1. I have no idea! This was my first time here :)

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