If I wasn’t already in love with Sonoma, the second part of the trip really sent me head over heels crazy in love with the place! We had breakfast at a cute little spot in the square called the Sunflower Caffe and had amazing French-pressed coffee and yogurt parfaits with fresh berries. So simple, but seriously so dang good!
We lucked out and got the most gorgeous day we could ask for and spent it tasting two more wineries and then just enjoying the patio at B.R. Cohn for a good chunk of the afternoon. I ordered some of their vinegars and olive oils here and can’t wait to try them out! If we had the option to our extend our trip, I would have done it right then and there. I think I could have spent a week on that patio sipping wine, eating good food and just enjoying the scenery and company of good people.
Since that wasn’t an option, we stopped for lunch back in Sonoma Square before heading to San Francisco again. We ate at The Girl and the Fig at the recommendation of numerous friends and family members and it was totally worth it. I had a baguette sandwich with brie, arugula, coppo ham and caramelized onions (pic above) with a glass of Prosecco that took me straight back to our trip to Paris.
After our lunch, we hopped in the car and made the trip back over the bridge into San Francisco. After a quick change, we grabbed drinks at the Top of the Mark and then met friends that live in San Francisco for dinner at Tyler Florence’s new restaurant, Wayfare Tavern (soooo good!). We grabbed drinks and then met up with some of our other friends who recently moved there too — it was so fun to get to see both couples and catch up!
We woke up Sunday morning, walked down a steep path to get coffee and breakfast — the walk back up pretty much cancelled that out — then said our goodbyes to friends and headed to the airport. It was another gorgeous day which made it so hard to leave, but it definitely left me wanting more!
* If you missed part one of the trip, check it out here!