Sunday Daytime

Sunday morning dawned overcast and cool, as is often the case in San Francisco.  Once Anita was awake, we headed over to Elite Cafe on Fillmore Street for breakfast.  San Francisco is a breakfast city, a city awake early enough to enjoy its eggs an endless variety of ways.

One our way over, we passed the Webster Street fire station where the fire fighters were out for morning ladder drills.

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Below, outside Elite Cafe

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Elite is a New Orleans style restaurant, specializing in Cajun cuisine.  For breakfast there were Bloody Marys, Arkansas scramble (eggs scrambled with bacon), corned beef hash, and beignets.  No pictures of the beignets, I’m afraid.  Ate them too quickly!

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On the way back to the car, we passed a beautiful dog with a rather interesting haircut.

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The results of some surgery?  Or just an overzealous groomer?

 

17 thoughts on “Sunday Daytime

  1. “San Francisco is a breakfast city, a city awake early enough to enjoy its eggs an endless variety of ways.” love that…*sigh* I must get back to SF for a visit.

  2. I must try a bloody mary for breakfast one day! The hair cut on the dog does look like from a surgery. Rocky had similar encounters with the shaver before his surgery.

  3. Wow! That breakfast takes me back to my southern roots. Yum. On the top of my lists to eat at when we go there. And the dog’s clipping has to be from surgery. Note the gray muzzle. A much older, but beautiful dog.

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